The Industrial Democracy in Europe team (IDE) here reports their findings on the extent of industrial democracy in ten European countries during the previous decade. By any standards the 1980s were a decade of change and turbulence--a shift in political power, the implementation of information technology, unemployment rate growth, and increasing competition. It is particularly useful to have a longitudinal research project that analyzes the changes in particulation schemes. The research team have looked at ten European countries (including Poland and Yugoslavia) and also comment on the situation in Israel and Japan.
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There is much that is commendable in this work. By conceptually mapping the macro domain of industrial democracy, a valuable foundation has been laid by these authors for further sociological study of workplace decision making ... replication research is very rare is worthy of admiration and emulation ... there is much that can be derived from this work to inspire further study. * Organization Studies * 'they offer a crucial time-shift perspective on the issue' Peter Cressey, University of Bath, Work, Employment & Society, Vol. 9, No. 1, March 1995
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