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Larry Savage, Associate Professor of Labour Studies, Brock University

Larry SavageLarry Savage’s research focuses on the politics of the Canadian labour movement. In particular, his recent research has focused on the ways in which labour unions engage with the NDP specifically, and electoral politics more generally. Dr. Savage has published scholarly articles or book chapters on the changing nature of party-union relationships, union-sponsored strategic voting schemes, and labour's varied engagement with local, provincial and federal politics.
Dr. Savage also co-maintains RethinkingLabour.ca, a knowledge mobilization website which explores the relationship between workers, unions and politics.

 

 

 

Bibliography of Dr. Savage’s Research on Social Democracy

Ross, Stephanie and Larry Savage. eds. (2013). Public Sector Unions in the Age of Austerity. Halifax: Fernwood.

Savage, Larry and Charles W. Smith. (2013). "Public Sector Unions and Electoral Politics in Canada" In Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage. eds. Public Sector Unions in the Age of Austerity. Halifax: Fernwood. pp. 46-56.

Ross, Stephanie and Larry Savage. eds. (2012). Rethinking the Politics of Labour in Canada. Halifax: Fernwood.

Savage, Larry. (2012). "Organized Labour and the Politics of Strategic Voting" In Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage. eds. Rethinking the Politics of Labour in Canada. Halifax: Fernwood. pp. 75-87.

Pilon, Dennis, Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage. (2011). "Solidarity Revisited: Organized Labour and the New Democratic Party" Canadian Political Science Review, Vol. 5. pp. 20-37.

Savage, Larry. (2010). "Contemporary Party-Union Relations in Canada," Labor Studies Journal, Vol 35, no. 1 pp. 8-26.

Savage, Larry. (2008). “Organized Labour and Local Politics: Ontario’s 2006 Municipal Elections,” Labour/Le Travail, Vol. 62. pp. 127-140.

 

 

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