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Comparative employment relations in the global economy

250 pages
Arcler Education Inc
As the relationships between employers and workers become more complex in the globalized world, it is crucial to understand the dynamics between global financial and product markets, global production chains, and national and international employment actors and institutions. This book offers a cross-section of country studies, including major economies like the UK, Germany, USA, Brazil, India, Russia, China, and South Africa, along with thematic chapters exploring theoretical approaches, collective representation, and employment regulation. It serves as a valuable resource for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying various disciplines related to employment relations, labor politics, industrial relations, and social policy.
Author Bio
Prof. C.B. Singh is a prominent scholar with a PhD in Economics and a rich academic and administrative background. His career journey includes various significant roles and achievements. He commenced his academic path as a UGC/ICAR Research Fellow from 1989 to 1992, showcasing his early dedication to research. Subsequently, he held positions as a Lecturer from 1994 to 1999 and then advanced to Assistant Professor from 1999 to 2011, eventually becoming an Associate Professor in 2011 and later a Professor in the Department of Banking, Economics & Finance from 2014. Prof. Singh's commitment to academia extended to leadership roles as he served as the Head of the Department of Banking, Economics & Finance during December 2010 to December 2013 and again from June 25, 2018, to the present day. He further assumed the role of Dean of Arts Faculty at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, India, starting in July 2017, and even took on the responsibilities of Finance Officer for a brief period from October 12 to 25, 2021. His influence goes beyond the academic sphere, as he has served as the Director of the Institute of Agricultural Science. Prof. C.B. Singh has been actively involved in various academic and administrative bodies, showcasing his commitment to the growth of his institution. Additionally, Prof. Singh has a robust presence in the national and international academic community, participating in numerous webinars, events, and conferences, including one in Bhutan. His contributions to the field are evident in his published papers across various esteemed journals, books, and magazines, further cementing his position as a prominent figure in the field of Economics.