Shadur, Mark A
This study examines labour relations in Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987, and
finds that the government had a major impact on reforming labour relations.
This interpretation differs from accounts presented in literature. Most writers
assume employers are exploitative, and depict the government as acting on
behalf of capital to control workers and ensure peaceful capitalist
accumulation. It is argued that this view is one-sided, and a more balanced
view of labour relations is provided by...[Show more]
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