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Management, Finance and Industrial Relations in Maritime IndustriesEssays in International Maritime and Business History$
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Simon Ville and David M. Williams

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588542

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780969588542.001.0001

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The Early Nineteenth-Century Port of London: Management and Labour in Three Dock Companies, 1800-1825

The Early Nineteenth-Century Port of London: Management and Labour in Three Dock Companies, 1800-1825

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(p.31) The Early Nineteenth-Century Port of London: Management and Labour in Three Dock Companies, 1800-18251
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Management, Finance and Industrial Relations in Maritime Industries
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Anthony R. Henderson

Sarah Palmer

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780969588542.003.0002

This essay addresses the impact of industrialisation on the experience of work during the early 1800s. It presents the idea that industrial relations focused less on trade unions and more on broad labour/management contact and gave a new emphasis to the significance of the labour process. Also featured is a map of The Port of London in the 1830s, which is used as an example for evidence of change within the pre-industrial pattern of management/labour relations.

Keywords:   Maritime Business, Management Theory, Maritime Labour, Labour History, Labour Sociology, Industrialisation

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