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Bibliography: Trade Unions and Labour Movements

Further reading

  • Almeida, P. D. 2007. Defensive Mobilization: Popular Movements against Economic Adjustment Policies in Latin America. Latin American Perspectives, 34(3), 123-139.
  • Anria, S. 2013. Social Movements, Party Organization, and Populism: Insights from the Bolivian MAS. Latin American Politics and Society, 55(3), 19-46.
  • Antunes, R., 2013. Trade unions, social conflict, and the political left in present-day Brazil: between breach and compromise. In: Webber, J. R. and Carr, B. eds. The new Latin American left. Cracks in the empire. Plymouth: Rowman & Littlefield, 255-275.
  • Arias, C. C., Menéndez, N. D. and Salgado, P. D. 2015. The Double Confrontation of Grassroots Unionism in Argentina: Union Democratization and Defense of Working Conditions. Latin American Perspectives, 42(2), 12-29.
  • Carnes, M. E. 2014. Hooking Workers and Hooking Votes: Enganche, Suffrage, and Labor Market Dualism in Latin America. Latin American Politics and Society, 56(2), 93-114.
  • D’Urso, L. and Longo, J. Radical Political Unionism as a Strategy for Revitalization in Argentina. Latin American Perspectives, online first, 1-17.
  • Madrid, R. L. 2003. Labouring against Neoliberalism: Unions and Patterns of Reform in Latin America. Journal of Latin American Studies, 35(1), 53-88.
  • Mesa-Lago, C. and Müller, K. 2002. The Politics of Pension Reform in Latin America. Journal of Latin American Studies, 34(3), 687-715.
  • Niedzwiecki, S. 2014. The Effect of Unions and Organized Civil Society on Social Policy: Pension and Health Reforms in Argentina and Brazil, 1988–2008. Latin American Politics and Society, 56(4), 22-48.
  • Posner, P. W. 2016. Laboring Under Chávez: Populism for the Twenty‐first Century. Latin American Politics and Society, 58(3), 26-50.
  • Selwyn, B. 2011. The Political Economy of Class Compromise: Trade Unions, Capital–Labour Relations and Development in North East Brazil1. Antipode, 43(4), 1305-1329.
  • Serdar, A. 2015. Reconsidering Social Movement Unionism in Postcrisis Argentina. Latin American Perspectives, 42(2), 74-89.
  • Zorzoli, L. 2018. Self‐Organization Against Trade Unions and the State: A Case Study from Argentina. Journal of Labor and Society, 21(1), 19-35.