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Working for oil: Comparative social histories of labor in the global oil industry

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This volume examines the social history of oil workers and investigates how labor relations have shaped the global oil industry during the twentieth century and today. It brings together the work of scholars from a range of disciplines, approaching the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of oil. The contributors analyze a number of key oil producing regions, including the Americas, the Middle East, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Europe and Africa.

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Atabaki, T., Bini, E., & Ehsani, K. (2018). Working for oil: Comparative social histories of labor in the global oil industry. Working for Oil: Comparative Social Histories of Labor in the Global Oil Industry (pp. 1–430). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-56445-6

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