This collection draws on international comparisons from the main industrialized countries in a key field - the construction industry. One only has to walk around almost any major city in the industrialized economies of the world to see how well the construction industry is doing and this study is a timely analysis of a growing field.
This genuinely internationally focused book has contributions from leading experts and academics in the sphere of construction.
This well-written, informative collection is a must-read book for advanced students, academics and professionals who are serious about the industrial economics and the construction industry.
2. The Netherlands: Rules in Revision: High-Quality Production in the Dutch Construction Industry
3. Germany: The Labor Market in the German Construction Industry
4. Denmark: Searching for Innovation
5. Canada: Labor Market Regulation and Labour Relations in the Construction Industry: The Special Case of Quebec Within the Canadian Context
6. Australia: The Australian Construction Industry: Union Control in a Disorganized Industry
7. Spain: Spain Down the Low Track
8. The United States: Dual Worlds: The Two Growth Paths in US Construction
9. The United Kingdom: Privatization, Fragmentation, and Inflexible Flexibilization in the UK Construction Industry
10. Republic of Korea: The Drivers for Change in the Korean Construction Industry: Regulation and Deregulation
How do firms work? What networks are involved in driving organizations forward? This series presents titles which look at the dynamics of organizations and the particular effects of different types of business networks. It covers topics such as:
It considers both the economic, cultural and environmental factors that govern the success and failure of business networks and organizations.