Surviving the New Economy / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
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About the Author
John Amman is a business representative for International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and is a contributing author to the book Under the Stars: Essays on Labor Relations in Arts and Entertainment (ILR Press 1996).
Tris Carpenter directs the nationwide organizing activities for the Motion Picture Editors Guild, Local 700, International Alliance of Stage and Theatrical Employees.
Gina Neff is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington.
Table of Contents
1. Myths and Realities about High-Tech Work in the New Economy-A Personal View 2. The Lure of Risk: Surviving and Welcoming Uncertainty in the New Economy 3. The New Economy as History 4. No Deal or New Deal? Knowledge Workers in the Information Economy 5. The Second Adolescence of the New Economy: China's Engineers At Work 6. Globalization and Labor Resistance to Restructuring in Information Technology 7. Boom and Bust: Lessons from the Information Technology Workforce 8. Economic Development and the Labor Movement in the New Economy: Lessons from Silicon Valley 9. The New Media Union: What New Media Professionals Can Learn From Old Media Unions 10. What Works: Organizing Freelance Professionals in the New Economy