Moral economy, solidarity and labour process struggle in Irish public transport
Research output: Contribution to journal › Abstract
This article empirically applies Knut Laaser’s integrated conceptual framework, combining Sayer’s moral economy (ME) theory with labour process theory (LPT), to examine how two rival Irish unions engaged with an uneven moral economy and consciously sought to build collective worker solidarity during a dispute over competitive tendering and marketization. Using qualitative data from a case study of BusCo in Ireland’s public transport sector, the article enriches sociological understanding of trade union solidarity, and how it is engendered, contested and experienced.
|Journal||Economic and Industrial Democracy|
|Early online date||20 Dec 2019|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 20 Dec 2019|
- Labour process, moral economy, unions