Search results

The restructuring of work in Britain
Louise Amoore

firms are able to exit Britain (Watson and Hay, 1998), become depoliticised through the exercise of constructing distance between global Amoore_Global_04_Ch3 72 6/19/02, 12:18 PM Producing hyperflexibility: work in Britain 73 economy and national state-society. In effect, the governmentality of an environment to attract FDI is positioned as a legitimate realm of political intervention, while the withdrawal and closure of plants is positioned in the ‘other’ realm of the global economy. The second face of the dominant British representation of globalisation is one

in Globalisation contested