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The ACFTU and Chinese industrial relations

Zhining Ma

The ACFTU and Chinese industrial relations

by Zhining Ma

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Published by Peter Lang in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial policy,
  • Industrial relations,
  • Zhonghua quan guo zong gong hui,
  • Labor unions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-248) and index.

    StatementZhining Ma
    SeriesTrade unions past, present, and future -- 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8736.5 .M3 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, [250] p. ;
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24915036M
    ISBN 109783034302050
    LC Control Number2010053226

    This study examines the function of the All China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) in industrial disputation. The widening extension of industrial disputation in China since that country embarked in the s on a transition from a command to a 'socialist market' economy poses a dilemma for the ACFTU. This peak trade union federation is under pressure to challenge the new economic relations Cited by: 1. The final section of the book analyzes the attempts of Chinese unions to address these brutal working conditions. Many readers will be familiar with the much discussed unioniza tion drive led by the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU). This campaign had a major impact on foreigners' perceptions of the ACFTU, an organization frequently.

    Tim Pringle, an industrial relations specialist on China, and Simon Clarke, a la­ bor studies scholar who focuses on Russia, have joined forces to write a book on the trade unions of three countries: Russia, China and Vietnam. Russia, having become a multi­party state 20 years ago, has a .   Trade union is a labor union of craftspeople or workers in related crafts, as distinguished from general workers or a union including all workers in an industry ( ). It is a de facto of the government, and they as often act as government representatives to workers’ trade compromises those who are not part of the elite society.

    the State operates in the industrial relations environment and plays an outsider role, it also acts as an active participant at all three levels and therefore must be included as an active participant. Finally, we assess the value systems operating at the core of the Chinese industrial relations system. Following the implementation of the economic reforms, ‘Four Modernizations’ and ‘Open Door’ policies in the late s and early s, a more stable Industrial Relations (IR) arrangement was gradually re-established (the All-China Federation of Trade Unions [ACFTU] was re-activated in for example) but the debate about adopting new Cited by:


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (x, [] pages) Contents: A new taxonomic approach for analysing Chinese industrial relations --The party-state, ACFTU and employers' associations: Chinese industrial --Relations actors above the workplace level --Grass roots unions and employers: Chinese institutional industrial relations actors at the.

The All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU; simplified Chinese: 中 华 全 国 总 工 会; traditional Chinese: 中 華 全 國 總 工 會; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Quánguó Zǒnggōng Huì) is the nationalised organisation federation of the People's Republic of is the largest trade union in the world with million members in 1, primary trade union ation: WFTU, Profintern (Historical).

Pre Chinese Industrial Relations-The Iron Rice bowl China’s industrialization strategy, much like India’s was based on an import substitution model (ISI), with complete state ownership. Kupte si knihu ACFTU and Chinese Industrial Relations: Ma, Zhining: za nejlepší cenu se slevou.

Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v. "This enlightening book provides the first systematic introduction to, and exploration of, the emerging system of industrial relations in China, and draws on the authors' extensive research and direct involvement in the developments taking place.

China University of Labor Relations (Chinese: 中国劳动关系学院; pinyin: zhōngguó láodòng guānxì xuéyuàn), previously known as China Institute of Industrial Relations and abbreviated as CIIR, is a university in Beijing, is the only public college under the direction of All-China Federation of Trade Unions.

Formerly called China Institute of Workers' Movement Campus: Urban. In light of this, this book reviews the relevant existing industrial relations theories and explores their applicability to China.

It then proposes a new six-party taxonomy for the analysis of China’s union system and industrial relations, taking into account distinctive industrial relations actors with ‘Chinese characteristics’ and their. Tim Pringle has been researching labour relations in Asia since with particular attention to China.

He has lived in China and Hong Kong for twelve years, and his previous publications include The All China Federation of Trade Unions: the Challenge of Labour Unrest (also published by Routledge) and The Challenge of Transition: Trade Unions in Russia, China and by: 1.

Created in the s, Chinese Trade Unions is sponsored by the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) and produced by its international department.

Distributed free of charge to trade union organizations worldwide, the magazine offers readers an insight into the Chinese trade union movement and its efforts to protect workers with an eye to building harmonious labour relations, increasing.

Table of Contents. Chinese labour in the global economy: An Introduction Andreas Bieler and Chun-Yi Lee ’s Place in the Global Divisions of Labour: An Uneven and Combined Development Perspective Jane Hardy tation and resistance: a comparative analysis of the Chinese cheap labour electronics and high-value added IT sectors Andreas Bieler and Chun-Yi Lee 4.

the ACFTU to reform its industrial relations system. Diverging from the Vietnamese path of increasing liberalisation, China has continued to tread a path of little change inAuthor: Anita Chan.

The transition from a command economy to a capitalist market economy has entirely altered the industrial landscape in which Chinese trade unions have to operate. This book focuses on how the All China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) is reforming under current conditions and demonstrates that labour unrest is the principal driving force Cited by:   The All-China Federation of Trade Unions' first and second allegiances are to the government and the employer respectively, as it is in these organisations that the power and funding is to be found.

Employees in the future will likely find ways in which to find greater representation, either through alternative foreign trade unions, or through employee formed trade unions, as has already. China’s industrial relations were once only weakly comparable to those in other countries, such as in Western economies or those in Asia.

Today, its labour-management relations and management of human resources are increasingly subject to outside influences (see Warner,in press).Cited by: Relations deteriorated over the next 25 years, as the two countries supported opposing sides in the Korean War () and the Vietnam War ().

Not untiland the "Ping Pong Diplomacy," visit of President Richard M. Nixon to Beijing was there a signifcant warming in relations between America and China. This chapter presents evidence on the changing composition of the urban manual workforce in China, on the changing context of industrial relations at the enterprise level, on the attitudes of Chinese workers to the reforms, and the impact of the reforms on their perceived interests.

It then examines the evolving role of the trade-union organization — ACFTU — within the new economic. industrial relations processes in which they engage in the second half of the book. This approach is effective in explicitly problematising the identity of the industrial relations actors and in facilitating a consideration of their diversity, which underlies the diversity of industrial relations processes, rather than trying to locate Chinese.

The transition from a command economy to a capitalist market economy has entirely altered the industrial landscape in which Chinese trade unions have to operate. This book focuses on how the All China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) is reforming under current conditions and demonstrates that labour unrest is the principal driving force.This book aims to provide a history of twentieth-century labour in the British colony of Antigua and Barbuda.

It documents the labour and class struggles between landowners and peasants both before and after the legalization and formation of trades and labour unions in It exposes the political and racial dynamics of British colonialism in the eastern Caribbean as never before. The racial.Warner, M.

and Ng Sek Hong () ‘The Ongoing Evolution of Chinese Industrial Relations: The Negotiation of “Collective Contracts” in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone’, China Information, XII, 4, pp. 1– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: