convergence theory reconsidered

political and economic determinants of social welfare effort : a cross-national analysis by Joseph William Weiss

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Statementby Joseph W. Weiss.
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The Convergence Theory Reconsidered: Political and Economic Determinants of Social Welfare Effort, A Cross-National Analysis. The convergence theory asserts that industrial nations are becoming increasingly alike due to their economic and technological development.

Most interpretations of the convergence theory either state or imply that political factors are unimportant in shaping the Author: Joseph W. Weiss, John B. Williamson.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Introduction: changes and continuities in Asia HRM --China's HRM revisited: A step-wise path to convergence?--HRM in Hong Kong since --Flexible labour markets and individualized employment: The beginnings of a new Japanese HRM system?--Changes and continuities in south.

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