Ownership and participation

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Oxford University Press, Nov 7, 1991 - Business & Economics - 358 pages
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This volume examines the different forms of employee participation in decision-making and ownership. It is especially relevant given current developments in Central and Eastern Europe. Three areas are examined in particular: the issue of ownership and its implications for participation; the specific forms employee participation can take and how it can be effectively promoted within firms; and the influence of external factors such as the role of the state, unions, and other institutions.

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