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Industrial relations in West Germany, 1974-1985

Wolfgang Streeck

Industrial relations in West Germany, 1974-1985

an overview

by Wolfgang Streeck

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Published by IIM, Labour Market Policy in Berlin .
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  • Germany (West)
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial relations -- Germany (West) -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWolfgang Streeck.
      SeriesDiscussion papers,, IIM/LMP 85-19, Discussion papers (International Institute of Management. Labour Market Policy) ;, IIM/LMP 85-19.
      ContributionsIndustrial Relations Research Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8444 .S77 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. ;
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2433591M
      LC Control Number87123881

      This profile describes the key characteristics of working life in Germany. It aims to complement other Eurofound research by providing the relevant background information on structures, institutions and relevant regulations regarding working life. This includes indicators, data and regulatory systems on the following aspects: actors and institutions, collective and individual.   Streeck, W. () Industrial Relations in West Germany, An Overview, Discussion Paper IIM/LMP , Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin. Forthcoming in: Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations. Google ScholarCited by:

      Impact of the Crisis on Industrial Relations and Working Conditions in Europe. Abstract [Excerpt] This report maps the impact of the global financial, economic and public debt crisis on industrial relations and working conditions at national level in the EU Member States from to end The. Overview. Lowell Turner is Professor of International and Comparative Labor at Cornell University, in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He is the author of Democracy at Work and Fighting for Partnership (both published by Cornell University Press), and the editor or co-editor of Negotiating the New Germany, Rekindling the Movement.

      MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: THE CASE OF WEST GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS. Gerard B. J. Bomers; Richard B. Peterson; Pages: Industrial Relations in the United Kingdom. Pages: ; First Published: March ; First Page; Full text PDF PDF References; Book Reviews. BOOK REVIEWS. Pages: ; First Published. Lesson - Managing Industrial Relations Changes Lesson - Indian Culture & Industrial Relations Lesson - An introduction to Industrial Relations Management Introduction to Industrial Relations This chapter starts with the subjects that appear to be notable from the stand point of developing our knowledge on industrial relations [IR].


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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: The present industrial relations system of West Germany has obvious historical precedents. Works councils, for example, became strong under the Weimar Republic following the First World War and anticipated postwar proposals for employee participation in management, or codetermination (Schneider and Kuda, ; Vetter, ).Author: Heinz Hartmann, Wolfgang Conrad.

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Wolfgang, Streeck () Industrial Relations in West Germany – An Overview. Discussion Paper IIM/LMP 85 –19, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin. Thomas, John Clayton () ‘The Decline of Ideology in Western Political Parties: A Comparative Analysis of Changing Policy Orientations’, Sage Professional Papers, Contemporary Political Sociology Series by: Industrial relations in Germany - background summary There are estimated to be around million trade union members in Germany, which is around 18% of the workforce and appears to rising.

The main trade union confederation in Germany is the DGB (Deutscher Gewerkschaftbund). The system of industrial relations was shaped in the post World War II-period in the Federal Republic of Germany and extended to east Germany after the reunification in The basic features of the system were geared towards depoliticising industrial relations and taking conflict out of the Size: KB.

There is another tradition, represented by the labour movement and the Catholic church in West Germany, which defended democracy in the workplace and reined back the savageries of capitalism. It was the tradition that Solidarity in Poland could have looked to afterinstead of allowing itself to be hijacked by the New Right and statist.

Small States in World Markets: Industrial Policy in Europe. By the early s the average American had a lower standard of living than the average Norwegian or Dane. Standards of living in the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, and Austria also rivaled those in the United States.

Get this from a library. Industrial relations in West Germany. [Volker R Berghahn; Detlev Karsten] -- Provides a survey of the institutional and legal complexities of systems of industrial relations in German 'industrial culture', with a particular focus on the West German case.

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German Journal of Industrial Relations (German title: Industrielle Beziehungen. Zeitschrift für Arbeit, Organisation und Management) appeared in the spring of The present contributed volume on industrial relations in Germany has resulted from close cooperation between GIRA and the German Journal of Industrial Relations.

It can therefore. Industrial relations in West Germany an overview. By Berlin (Germany)) Wolfgang (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung gGmbH Internationales Institut fuer Management und Verwaltung Streeck and Berlin (Germany) Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung gGmbH.

Industrial Relations and the Reorganization of Work in West Germany: Lessons for the U.S. Abstract [Excerpt] Some have suggested that to compete in the new world economy we must not only adopt Japanese production practices but also abandon Western traditions of independent unionism.

When U.S. The era of continued growth and trade surpluses in West Germany, however, waned in the late s, when it was replaced by high rates of unemployment and corporate bankruptcies, fueling further debate over whether such employer-employee relations are necessarily superior to Cited by:   This allowed for the expansion of firms output resulting in the great growth figures attributed to West Germany’s economic recovery.

The West German revival was also aided by relatively good industrial relations. At a time when Germanys international competitors faced industrial militancy, with the British coal mining industry alone recording.

Abstract. The paper discusses differences in industrial relations systems between the 'winners' and 'losers' of the auto industry's restructuring period in the s and s. It describes a set of sometimes counter-intuitive relationships between economic success in turbulent markets, product strategies, the use of modern technology, Cited by:.

Volker R. Berghahn has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. Volker R. Berghahn’s most popular book is Europe in the Era of Two World Wars: From Milita. Industrial relations in West Germany, by Wolfgang Streeck 1 edition - first published in   This represents the stereotypical view of human resource management in Germany in the comparative HRM literature (see for example, BeginSparrow/Hiltrop ).

It is mainly based on a study by Lawrence () which suggests that German labor market institutions prevent German companies from using sophisticated human resource techniques.