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The Industrial Determinants of Transnational Solidarity: Global Interunion Politics in Three Sectors
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  • Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State University
  • Ian Greer, Cornell University
  • Marco Hauptmeier, Cornell University
  • Nathan Lillie, University of Helsinki
  • Nik Winchester, Cardiff University
Publication Date
1-1-2006
Abstract
This article compares forms of labour transnationalism in three industrial sectors: motor manufacturing, maritime shipping and clothing and textile manufacturing. In each case, unions engage in very different transnational activities to reassert control over labour markets and competition. As institutions of transnational cooperation deepen, unions continue to struggle with competitive tensions (worker to worker and union to union) which vary from one industry to another.
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© SAGE. Final version published as: Anner, M., Greer, I., Hauptmeier, M., Lillie, N., & Winchester, N. (2006). The industrial determinants of transnational solidarity: Global interunion politics in three sectors. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 12(1), 7-27.
doi: 10.1177/0959680106061368
Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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Anner, M., Greer, I., Hauptmeier, M., Lillie, N., & Winchester, N. (2006). The industrial determinants of transnational solidarity: Global interunion politics in three sectors[Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, ILR School site:
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/983

Citation Information
Mark Anner, Ian Greer, Marco Hauptmeier, Nathan Lillie, et al.. "The Industrial Determinants of Transnational Solidarity: Global Interunion Politics in Three Sectors" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ian_greer/17/