The economics of codetermination

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By Statement John T. Addison.
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Subjects Management -- Employee participation
Subtitle lessons from the German experience
Table Of Contents Context : what is codetermination?
The theory of codetermination
The early econometric literature on works councils
The emergence of a more positive view of workplace codetermination : evidence from some larger data sets
The impact of workplace codetermination : findings from the third phase of research
Codetermination at enterprise level
European rules for informing and consulting employees and the European dimension
Codetermination in retrospect and prospect.
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The economics of codetermination
Authors John T. Addison
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description This book provides the first ever comprehensive economic evaluation of the long-standing German system of works councils and worker directors on company boards. This system of codetermination, or Mitbestimmung, is unique in the degree of information provision, consultation, and participation ceded employees. Addison analyzes the effects of works councils on establishment productivity, profitability, investment in physical and intangible capital, employment, training, wages and organizational flexibility, as well as the influence of worker directors on some of the same indicators plus, critically, shareholder value. Today, works councils are in decline while worker directors have scarcely been embraced either from within or without. This book examines these challenges and addresses the likely evolution of codetermination.
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Page Count 179
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Published Date 2009-10-15
Publisher Macmillan
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Subtitle Lessons from the German Experience
Title The Economics of Codetermination

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