Richard Hyman mainly investigates Industrial relations, Trade union, Political economy, Economic system and Economic history. His studies in Industrial relations integrate themes in fields like Comparative research, Corporatism, Politics and Labor relations. Richard Hyman integrates many fields in his works, including Trade union, Positive economics and European integration.
His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Collective bargaining and Market economy. Richard Hyman has researched Economic system in several fields, including Capitalism and Ideology. The Economic history study combines topics in areas such as George, Liberalism, European studies and Free trade.
His primary areas of study are Industrial relations, Political economy, Trade union, Economic system and Collective bargaining. His Industrial relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Positive economics, Labor relations, Economy and Market economy. His studies deal with areas such as Economic history and Corporate governance as well as Economy.
His Political economy research includes elements of Solidarity, Ideology, Capitalism, Democracy and Politics. His Politics study combines topics in areas such as Government and State. Much of his study explores Economic system relationship to Neoclassical economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Industrial relations, Economic system, Trade union and International trade. The various areas that he examines in his Political economy study include Law, Referendum, Politics, European integration and Development economics. He has included themes like Disenchantment, Green paper, Labour law and Lisbon Strategy in his European integration study.
His Industrial relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Globalization, Public relations, Government, Collective bargaining and Labor relations. Trade union is intertwined with Economy and Social movement in his study. His Duty research integrates issues from Industrial democracy, Democracy and Solidarity.
Richard Hyman focuses on Political economy, Industrial relations, Politics, Economy and European integration. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Democracy, Globalization and Referendum. His work carried out in the field of Industrial relations brings together such families of science as Legitimation crisis, Discipline, Economic system and Public relations.
Richard Hyman has included themes like Government, Socialist mode of production, Neoclassical economics and State in his Politics study. His research investigates the connection between Economy and topics such as Capitalism that intersect with problems in Modernization theory and Disadvantaged. His European integration research focuses on Lisbon Strategy and how it relates to Economic integration and European studies.
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Changing industrial relations in Europe
Anthony Ferner;Richard Hyman.
Industrial relations: A Marxist introduction
Strategy or Structure? Capital, Labour and Control
Work, Employment & Society (1987)
Understanding European Trade Unionism: Between Market, Class and Society
Nathan Lillie;Richard Hyman.
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (2002)
Industrial Relations in the New Europe
Lowell Turner;Anthony Ferner;Richard Hyman.
The Future of Employee Representation
British Journal of Industrial Relations (1997)
New frontiers in European industrial relations
Richard Hyman;Anthony Ferner.
Understanding European trade unionism
Trade Unions and the Politics of the European Social Model
Economic & Industrial Democracy (2005)
Trade Unions in Western Europe: Hard Times, Hard Choices
Rebecca Gumbrell-McCormick;Richard Hyman.
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