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date: 18 October 2019

(p. xii) List of Tables

(p. xii) List of Tables

  1. 1.1 From Fordist to post-Fordist employment systems 32

  2. 2.1 Employment rates of mothers with child(ren) aged under 6 in 1999 54

  3. 11.1 Growing patterns of workplace practices 268

  4. 12.1 Trade union density, six countries, 1960–1997 (% of workers in unions) 284

  5. 12.2 Working days lost through strikes per 1,000 workers, six countries, 1960–1999 (annual averages) 285

  6. 12.3 Worker complaints to the Citizens' Advice Bureaux (CABs) and applications to Employment Tribunals (ETs) in Britain, 1982–2001 288

  7. 12.4 British management practices, 1980–1998 (% of all workplaces) 291

  8. 12.5 British worker attitudes to management, 1983–2000 292

  9. 18.1 Percent of employees with ten or more years of tenure with current employer 432

  10. 18.2 Alternative employment over time (% of labor force) 435

  11. 19.1 A typology of organized phenomena 465

  12. 23.1 Importance of MNCs to national economies 559

  13. 24.1 Employment, 1957–1977, of the twenty largest US corporate employers in 1957 and 1977 585

  14. 24.2 US corporate stock and bond yields, 1960–2002 (average annual % change) 589

  15. 24.3 Employment, 1977–2002, of the twenty largest US corporate employers in 1977 591

  16. 24.4 Employment, 1993–2002, new economy ICT companies with the largest revenues in 2002 (number of employees, except sales in $ billions) 596