The Case of Professional Baseball in the United States and Japan
Chapter 5: Internal regulatory actors and mechanisms in professional baseball
In the context of labour mobility Chapter 5 is important in that it examines how the labour of playing professional baseball is internally regulated. Internal regulatory actors in baseball profoundly affect what labour mobility is and the level of mobility among players. Internal regulation can be considered the dominant form of regulation in baseball, even though the form and operation of this internal regulation in the United States and Japan has been shaped by the external regulation of the labour laws governing collective bargaining
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