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A Chronological Record Of Problems Of Unionization And Union Functioning In Asia

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  • Dr. Muhammad Tariq Khan

    () (Assistant Professor Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, Hazara University, Pakistan)

  • Prof. Dr. Naseer Ahmed Khan

    () (DPostmaster General, Pakistan Post, Rawalpindi, Pakistan)

  • Khalid Mahmood

    () (Lecturer Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, Hazara University, Pakistan)

Abstract

Eighteenth century witnessed the industrial revolution, which paved the way to change the human society from agrarian to industrialized society. It not only changed the scale and methods but the whole pattern of the manufacturing. Big factories replaced individual handicrafts wherein workers were owner of their tools. In these factories thousands of goods were produced for the satisfactions of Human wants. Human race first time came across machine made goods cheap in price fine in quality and abundant in quantity. These factories started employing large numbers of workers and some had thousand of workers. This industrialization was the most forceful process in the known history that not only changed the human attitude towards good or bad but also liberated people from poverty (Khan, 1992).

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  • Dr. Muhammad Tariq Khan & Prof. Dr. Naseer Ahmed Khan & Khalid Mahmood, 2012. "A Chronological Record Of Problems Of Unionization And Union Functioning In Asia," Far East Journal of Psychology and Business, Far East Research Centre, vol. 9(4), pages 48-56, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:fej:articl:v:9c:y:2012:i:4:p:48-56
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    1. Yang Yao & Ninghua Zhong, 2010. "Unions Improve Chinese Workers' Welfare - Results from 1,268 Firms," Microeconomics Working Papers 22039, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research.
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    Keywords

    Unionization; Union Functioning in Asia;

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    • M1 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration

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