Türkiye'de Bankacılık Sektöründe Sendikacılık Faaliyetleri (1963-1983)
[Unionism Activities of Banking Sector in Turkey (1963-1983)]
In the Turkish economy between 1960 and 1980, is a period in which import substitution industrialization and the planned economy policy is implemented. In this period, trade union organization was allowed, various laws were enacted and applied. In this period, where various trade unions are established, the trade union activities of bankers who can be defined as white-collar workers are evaluated. It would be insufficient to examine the banking sector of this period without including the labor force that appears to be a social, economic and political power. For this reason, in this essay, During this period, the role of the labor force in the banking sector, trade union activities and the nature of these activities have been investigated.
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