Labour relations, public policy, global interdependence
What follows is an attempt to look at salient emerging issues for public policy in the labour relations field using a global framework so as to place the North American situation within the world-wide picture. It is now trite and superficial to speak of global "interdependence" in politics, economics and ecology. The concept "interdependence" implies a spurious equality, which diverts from and tends to obscure the dominancies and dependencies of global power relations.
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Robert W. Cox, “Labour Relations and Public Policy: Perspectives on the Future” (1973-1974) 1:1 DLJ 82.