SMERUSocial Monitoring and Early Response Unit (Indonesia)
References in periodicals archive ?
The research of SMERU (2002: 48-49) and Sutanto (1998: 191-94) showed that in Indonesian context, a union is said to be effective if they were able: (a) to defend the worker's rights and interests; (b) to negotiate the collective bargaining agreement or disputes; (c) to communicate with the members; and (d) to empower their member.
SMERU (2002), Industrial Relations in Jabotabek, Bandung, and Surabaya during the Freedom to Organize Era.
For discussion of economic issues, see Green, Glaser, and Rich (1998), SMERU (1998), Steward (2002), and Tadjoeddin, Shaharo, and S.