The Future of Transnational Industrial Relations: A Tentative Framework for Analysis

  • Hans Günter


As transnational industrial relations are a new field of study it has been thought useful in the first subsection of this concluding section to put forward some preliminary ideas concerning the analysis of this phenomenon. They are the basis on which several tentative hypotheses will be developed regarding the propensity of industrial relations to become transnational under the impact of multi-national corporations.1


Collective Bargaining Labour Relation Industrial Relation National Union Organisational Power 
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  1. 3.
    See for example I. A. Litvak and C. J. Maule: ‘Conflict Resolution and Extraterritoriality’, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. XIII, No. 3, September 1969, pp. 305–29.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Jeffrey Harrod, ‘Non-governmental Organisations and the Third World’, The Year Book of World Affairs, 1970, Vol. 24, pp. 171–85.Google Scholar

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