The Politics of Labor Unions Laws Policy Making in Argentina

The question addressed in the Thesis seek to elucidate how and why did organized labor recover its strength vis-à-vis the state and create for itself a significant political place in the process of labor unions laws policy making in the eighties in Argentina? Drawing inspiration upon the historical institutionalist literature…


Chapter 1: Historical puzzle
Building a bridge between historical
institutionalism and Pierre Bourdieu
What sort of historical and institutional
patterns of relationships shaped labor
politics in the eighties?
Chapter 2: Labor action vis-à-vis the state in the
politics of labor unions laws policy making
Corporatist stage
Social stage
Political party stage
Chapter 3: Conclusions
Appendix A

Author: Gonzalez, Marcela Fabiana

Source: University of Maryland

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