Review of When Good Jobs Go Bad: Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry

  • Ian Robinson University of Michigan

Abstract

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Author Biography

Ian Robinson, University of Michigan

References

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Published
2018-03-22
How to Cite
Robinson, I. (2018). Review of When Good Jobs Go Bad: Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry. Journal of World-Systems Research, 24(1), 254-260. https://doi.org/10.5195/jwsr.2018.781