'A major contribution that should be read by all who believe that working people should have some say over how the 21st century is shaped.'
Denis MacShane, MP
'This is an important book. Ronaldo Munck has one core theme - the centrality of labour to the project of economic globalisation. Here under sharp focus are the key issues being faced by a global labour movement looking hard at its future.'
Stuart Howard, Assistant General Secretary, International Transport Workers Federation
'This book will be a basic reference work for the next decade. For labour organisers and educators, students and academics, it is going to be at the centre of debate on international labour and labour internationalism!'
Peter Waterman, author of Globalization, Social Movements and the New Internationalisms
'A truly global perspective on globalisation, combining sensitive critical discussion of competing theories with a wealth of information on trends in work and labour struggle around the world.'
Richard Hyman, London School of Economics