The paper will argue that despite the extreme disorganisation and ‘crisis’ of Spanish industrial relations, trade unions have responded by developing a broader political approach ‐ at times almost assuming the “task” of the political party ‐ and using flexible “arms‐length” relations with the state. This in turn has further consequences for the development of a “decentralised” industrial relations system in Spain. Thus recent theorisations of disorganised capitalism such as Lash and Urry's will be debated in the context of the Spanish experience.
Martinez Lucio, M. (1991), "The Disorganising of Spanish Industrial Relations: the response of organised labour and the politics of solidarity", Management Research News, Vol. 14 No. 10, pp. 28-29. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb028181Download as .RIS
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