Satanic Mills or Silicon Islands? The Politics of High-Tech Production in the Philippines
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[Excerpt] So how do we make sense of high-tech production as it emerges in developing countries like the Philippines? What explains the changes and wide variation in how work is organized? What can these changes tell us about the transformation of work in a globalizing economy? And finally, what consequences do these changes have for workers, the vast majority of whom are women? This book engages these key research questions by taking them up at a strategically crucial and empirically grounded flashpoint: a local site of global production and the local labor market in which it is embedded.
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high technology industries; Philippines; electronic industry; industrial relations; work; economy; organize; global; women; production; labor market
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