Sociological Approaches to Work in Romania Since 1945

  • Norbert PetroviciEmail author
  • Florin Faje


This chapter traces the post-war development of sociological approaches to work, labour and industrial relations in the Romanian case. We follow the major conceptual transformations and cycles of research that engaged these topics. Somewhat surprisingly, in the early decades of Romanian socialism, between 1948 and 1965, there were very few texts addressing these themes. Between 1966 and 1977, there was a frenzy of research and publications concerning work. From 1977 to 1989, sociology was banned in Romania, although previous preoccupations were now found under the aegis of human resources management and future management. Since the 1990s, we witnessed a collapse of interest in the topic, with some analyses published on the issue often in a neoliberal key.


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