The Functional Role of Labour as a Predeterminant of Aid

  • Willard A. Beling


This enquiry treats the relationship of labour’s functional role to aid programmes for labour movements in developing areas. It attempts to show, first, that the kind of role labour unions play in developing nations predetermines both the nature of the aid they require and the sort of aid they receive from the outside.


Trade Union International Labour Organisation Labour Movement Trade Union Movement Revolutionary Government 
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    See Fred W. Riggs, ‘Agraria and Industria: Toward a Typology of Comparative Administration’, in W. S. Siffin (ed.), Toward a Comparative Study of Public Administration (Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1957) pp. 23–116;Google Scholar
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    See Fred W. Riggs, ‘An Ecological Approach: The “Sala” Model’, in Ferrel Heady and Sybil L. Stokes (eds.), Papers in Comparative Public Administration (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute of Public Administration, 1962) pp. 19–20; and subsequent writings.Google Scholar
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    See Maurice Duverger, Introduction à la politique (Paris: Gallimard, 1964) pp. 266 ff.Google Scholar

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