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The Social Economy, Labour Unions and the United Kingdom
An examination of the social economy of labour unions in the United Kingdom before the Second World War.
# 144159 | 1,500 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in History (British) , Labor Studies (General)


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The paper starts off by looking at the concept of the social economy and then looks at the concept of unions and their development.

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"Societies are composed of a number of institutions. These institutions are often grouped together into sectors. Traditionally there have been two major sectors. These are the private sector that is composed of businesses and the public sector that composed of governmental institutions and their various branches(Quarter 55). However, there are many institutions that don't fit neatly into either of these categories. Instead they share characteristics of both sectors. This third sector is usually referred to as the social economy. For example, in "Tendencies, Tensions and Visions...""

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