Globalization, Unions and the American Airline Industry
Explores the capacity of labor unions within the US commercial airline industry to grapple successfully with the globalizing trends of the twenty-first century.
# 89568 | 2,475 words | 6 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Industries) , Business (International) , English (Argument) , Aviation, Aeronautics (General) , Labor Studies (General)
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This paper discusses the situation confronting American commercial aviation unions as they face the obstacles presented by a global economy and by increased deregulation at all levels. The paper examines the general impact and repercussions of globalization upon airline unions in America and in other parts of the world and looks also at special strengths US organized labor in the airline industry possesses which will allow it to endure the dislocation possible job migrations and global interconnectedness of a global marketplace.
From the Paper:"Specifically, the following paper will examine the globalization phenomenon in broad detail as it applies to the airline industry as a whole (both foreign and domestic) and argue that American unions are actually fairly well-situated to survive the vicissitudes of the new global order because of their relative political savvy and technical expertise as well as because their long experience in an industry characterized by deregulation has left them better prepared."
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