Forthcoming Series: Studies in Political Economy of Global Labor and Work

 

Series Editor: Immanuel Ness

Cover Studies in Political Economy of Global Labor and Work Studies in Political Economy of Global Labor and Work is a peer-reviewed book series that explores the historical development and transformation of workers’ organizations, trade unions, and class conflict in the broader context of the changing global capitalist political economy. The series also investigates how workers are responding to the proliferation of neo-liberal ideas and institutions that are resistant to labor organizing and social democracy. Thus, the series welcomes volumes on global movements related to changes in the work process, industrial restructuring, labor law, migration and immigration, financialization, imperialism and workers’ struggles, as well as autonomism and syndicalism, insurrections, general strikes, and other responses to globalizing capitalism that shape labor movements.

ISSN: 2667-288X

 

 

Editorial Board

  • Amiya Kumar Bagchi,Institute of Development Studies Kolkata
  • Eileen Boris, University of California, Santa Barbara (USA)
  • Jeannette Graulau, Lehman College, The City University of New York (USA)
  • Yu Huang, Minzu University of China (China)
  • Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History (The Netherlands)
  • Trevor Ngwane, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)