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PASCN DP 2000-07: Reassesing Tripartism and the Role of the State in a Period of Restructuring Under Globalization

This paper shows how the tripartite discourse and practice have evolved in the 1900s in the context of state governance and globalization. Against the background of intensified internationalization of production and distribution, unions face a profoundly different structure of labor and management relations. Tripartism has played a central part in mediating the structure and dynamics of Philippine industrial relations. Accordingly, a framework for understanding its changing form and character is examined. Lessons are drawn for a broad range of organizational capabilities requirements on the part of the state, labor and employers. Policies and mechanism are proposed that would be useful in promoting and implementing a broad based sectoral representation that focuses on capabilities and their enhancement.

Philippine APEC Study Center Network
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Teodosio, Virginia; globalization;
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