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From corporatism to neo-syndicalism

Howard J. Wiarda

From corporatism to neo-syndicalism

the state, organized labor, and the changing industrial relations systems of Southern Europe.

by Howard J. Wiarda

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Published by University of Massachusetts in Massachusetts .
Written in English


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SeriesHarvard University. Centre for European Studies. Monographs on Europe -- 4
ContributionsHarvard University. Center for European Studies.
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Open LibraryOL13808488M


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