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Trade unions may be good for some workers but, overall, detrimental to the economy. Therefore, union busting should be regarded as

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Trade unions may be good for some workers but, overall, detrimental to the economy. Therefore, union busting should be regarded as a totally legitimate activity

COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

(Please discuss the following topic in the essay)

Essay Title: ‘Trade unions may be good for some workers but, overall, detrimental to the economy. Therefore, union busting should be regarded as a totally legitimate activity’.

Essential papers includes: (Should be used to support your discussion)

Budd, J. W. (2004a) Achieving Decent Work by Giving Employment and Human Face. Geneva: ILO.

Budd, J. W. (2004b) Labour Relations: Striking a Balance. NY: McGraw-Hill. Chapter 2: Labour Unions: Good or Bad?

Bread and Roses (UK, 2000)

Global Competitiveness Report.

Hyman, R. (2001) Between Class, Market and Society. ‘Introduction’. London: Sage.

Koen, C. I. (2005) Comparative International Management, London: McGraw-Hill. Chapter 12: Globalisation. 

Levitt, M. J. (1993) Confessions of a Union Buster, New York: Crown Publishers. Foreword, Prologue (1-5), Chapter ‘Poison’ (pp. 239-259); Epilogue (287-290).

Logan, J. (2004) The Fine Art of Union Busting, New Labor Forum, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 77-91.

Data on trade union member and density. OECD; Eurofound; and Worker Participation EU.

Sorge, A., Noorderhaven, N., and Koen, C. (2015) Comparative International Management. Second Edition. Abingdon: Routledge. Chapter 11: Globalisation

 3. Essay writing: practical guidelines

Content

  • Do answer the question and pay attention to its different elements.
  • Identify key issues – make sure you comment on problematic areas, and do not be frightened to suggest that there is no clear-cut answer: essays are supposed to provide a discussion and debate.
  • Present a coherent argument and a logical structure so that related ideas are grouped together and there is a logical progression from one area of discussion to another. Refer back to the question, too, to demonstrate how your argument and comment relates to it.

Basic Structure

Each essay will be different but a typical structure will normally consist of:

  • Introduction (250 words) where you let the reader know how you interpret the question and how plan to answer it.
  • Body (1500 words) where you develop your argument.
  • Conclusions (250 words) where you finish your essay by referring back to the question and clearly stating how you answered it. No new content here.
  • Bibliography where you include all works cited in your essay (‘references’) as well as those works you consulted but not cited (‘works also consulted’).

Format

  • Use font Times New Roman size 12 (black), with 1.5 line spacing.
  • Indicate the exact word count of your essay on the last page. 
  • Use correct spelling, punctuation and grammar. Do not use reductions (can’t; don’t etc – instead cannot, do not etc.). Pay attention to font and layout – do not use italics throughout.

4. General marking criteria

70-100: Excellent work. Well structured and argued. Sophisticated understanding/synthesis/use of material based on the module. Original.

60-69: Very good work. Well organised and argued. Appropriate/competent use of material based on the module. Analytical, thoughtful.

 


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