THE GLOBALIZATION OF WAL-MART is the only book that details Wal-Mart's expansion around the world, and its methods for exploiting its workers.

Covering more than 15 countries, world-wide, from North America to Europe, South America, Central America, Africa, and Asia, Professor Rosen reveals both how Wal-Mart has succeeded in becoming the largest retail multi-national corporation, as well as why Wal-Mart has failed in establishing a strong foothold in a few places.

This book also reveals how Wal-Mart's anti-union policies have allowed it to succeed financially, while leading many consumers and workers to demand better treatment. This book is dedicated to the future success of Wal-Mart workers to achieve fair pay and humane treatment while on their jobs.

About the Author

Dr, Ellen Israel Rosen is a Resident Scholar at the Womens' Studies Research Center at Brandeis University and the author of "Making Sweatshops: The Globalization of the U.S. Apparel Industry."

Product Details

Author:  Dr, Ellen Israel Rosen
ISBN:  057814462X   
Publisher:  Workers Press
Publish Date:  August 28, 2014
Pages:  222 pages
Dimensions:  0.51" H x 9.0" L x 6.0" W (0.73 lbs) 

The Globalization of Wal-Mart

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