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Post-Industrial Justice? Normativity and Empiricism in a Changing World of Work

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Streeck,  Wolfgang
Institutioneller Wandel im gegenwärtigen Kapitalismus, MPI for the Study of Societies, Max Planck Society;

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Dukes, R., & Streeck, W. (2021). Post-Industrial Justice? Normativity and Empiricism in a Changing World of Work. In P. van Seters (Ed.), The Anthem Companion to Philip Selznick (pp. 91-110). London: Anthem Press.


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To read Law, Society, and Industrial Justice today is to step back into a world of apparently limitless optimism: the world of New Deal America, Wagner Act collectivism, and corporations with a conscience. Selznick’s main theme is law and social progress, observed in the particular context of organizations that are in the process, we are told, of becoming civilized. In both the public and the private sectors, organizations are tending of themselves toward bureaucratic, rule-bound forms of management that will leave them ripe for development into sites of industrial democracy and industrial citizenship, provided only that trade unions give them.