By Robert Salais, Noel Whiteside
This ebook takes a comparative examine country intervention in labour markets in Britain and France throughout the Fifties and Nineteen Sixties. members contain Jonathan Zeitlin, one of many world's major students in political economic climate.
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In less organised sectors, such as consumer goods (textiles, leather and so on), COs were often headed by smaller employers, whose activities were impeded by bureaucracy and the complexity of the task involved. Further, company activity could be affected by the policy of state collaboration with German authorities in 1941; from the spring of 1942, it was further disrupted by German pressures on labour resources. Although their influence was limited, the COs’ influence appeared negative to small or medium-size companies and their spokesmen, like Léon Gingembre, who were highly critical of the ‘trusts’, echoing a type of anticapitalism manifest during the Vichy period.
The forms of governance that have come into being in both countries reflect a series of compromises that varied according to the area of state activity. Dominant characteristics are most evident, but changes in orientation can also be detected. For the essential point is that agents incorporated a political, economic or social measure—or a state institution—into established conventions of coordination in specific markets, production relations, systems of employment. How do agents accommodate new policy initiatives?
In a few isolated examples the movement did promote nationalisation. Such was the case for the Nord-Pas-de-Calais coal mines, where tension between miners, employers and lower management threatened the production which was crucial for economic recovery. After the mines were requisitioned (27 September 1944) and former employers were suspended, the Houillères nationales were created on 13 December 1944; ownership of the mines, however, remained untouched. In two other cases, patriotic motives led to the dismissal of managers charged with collaboration with the enemy.