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ABSTRACT. Mochida and Ohira write that world primary energy consumption reached 9.74 billion tons in crude oil equivalent in 2003, with oil and natural gas accounting for 61 percent. Kovács and Moniz analyze the type of existing industrial relations, the union and employer strategies and some aspects of public policies towards the introduction of new technologies in order to understand the extent to which there exist obstacles to and favorable conditions for the diffusion of anthropocentric systems. Hudson analyzes the changing geography of the production system in three industries (automobile, clothing and steel) as a product of the strategies and tactics of companies, states (at EU, national and regional levels) and trades unions, as they seek to shape geographies of production to favor their interests within this changing European political-economic space.

 

Written by NICOLAE TUDORESCU
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Written by IOANA ZAHARIA
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University of Craiova
 
Written by CONSTANTIN ZAHARIA
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