References for Theme: Workers' Council
- Addison, John
The Economics of Codetermination: Lessons from the German Experience
(p.141) “We saw that workplace codetermination or betriebliche Mitbestimmung has a long history--at a pinch, almost as long as German democracy itself--although company codetermination or Unternehmensmitbestimmung is of altogether more recent vintage having initially been introduced in the coal and steel industries in the immediate postwar period to avert the threat of being broken up by the occupation authorities. Over the course of time, both types of codetermination have been subject to legislative review. Workplace codetermination has been strengthened, albeit not monotonically, while the reach of company codetermination has been extended beyond the narrow purview of coal, iron, and steel through...
- Pannekoek, Anton
- Rogers, Joel; Streeck, Wolfgang
- Srinivas, B
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