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The Transformation of Labour RelationsRestructuring and Privatization in Eastern Europe and Russia$
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John Thirkell, Krastyu Petkov, and Sarah Vickerstaff

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198289791

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198289791.001.0001

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The Limitations of Transference, Imitation, and Imposition

The Limitations of Transference, Imitation, and Imposition

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(p.159) 9 The Limitations of Transference, Imitation, and Imposition
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The Transformation of Labour Relations
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J. E. M. Thirkell

K. Petkov

S. A. Vickerstaff

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198289791.003.0009

This chapter concludes the exploration of the nature of change and development in Eastern European and Russian labour relations. It combines an assessment of the processes of transference, imitation, and imposition which have accompanied the transformation of labour relations in the countries under consideration with an evaluation of the strategies of the principal agents. The impact of legacies from the previous regimes is examined at the levels of power, authority, institutions, behaviour and beliefs. The discussion is drawn together by assessing, in the light of these considerations, the extent of institutionalization of new labour relations models and whether the countries have begun to move in the directions of Western-style labour relations.

Keywords:   labour relations, transference, imitation, imposition, labour relations models, institutionalization

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