Resisting the Neoliberal “Modernisation” of Public Services in Contemporary Scotland: the Case of Public Sector Workers

P.H. McCafferty, G. Mooney

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    Abstract

    Chapter Four, by Patricia McCafferty and Gerry Mooney, examines the changes to work organisation and workplace relations in the state sector, and how these have been resisted by workers, not only in defence of their own conditions, but of the services which they provide to the public.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNeoLiberal Scotland
    Subtitle of host publicationClass and Society in a Stateless Nation
    EditorsNeil Davidson, Patricia McCafferty, David Miller
    Place of PublicationNewcastle
    Pages161-182
    Number of pages22
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2010

    Keywords

    • neoliberal
    • Scotland
    • political parties
    • mainstream
    • market-friendly policies
    • business interests

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    McCafferty, P. H., & Mooney, G. (2010). Resisting the Neoliberal “Modernisation” of Public Services in Contemporary Scotland: the Case of Public Sector Workers. In N. Davidson, P. McCafferty, & D. Miller (Eds.), NeoLiberal Scotland: Class and Society in a Stateless Nation (pp. 161-182). Newcastle.