"The Distress is Impossible to Convey"
Asian industrial competition, from Japan, China but also India, attracted greater public attention in Europe during the inter-war period than ever before. Indian industrial employment became the subject not only of extensive official enquiries, intensified legislation, a growing number of academic studies and of more popular writings, but also of debates within and between European trade unions.
|Reihe||Work in Global and Historical Perspective|
|Genre||Geschichte/Zeitgeschichte (1945 bis 1989)|
|Verlag||De Gruyter Oldenbourg|
|Herausgegeben von||Ravi Ahuja, Marcel van der Linden, Anna Sailer|