This paper examines the relationship between collective autonomy and competition in the newspaper industry, particularly in the light of the revived trend towards liberalisation. The analysis considers the sale of newspapers and periodicals and the competing interests of the parties involved (vendors, distributors, and publishers). Emphasis is placed upon workers and on a more practical approach to the exercise of their right to organize.
- Industrial Relations,
- Collective Bargaining,
- Self Employment
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