2 edition of determinants of bargaining structure found in the catalog.
determinants of bargaining structure
D. R. Deaton
by Industrial Relations Research Unit in Coventry (University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL)
Written in English
|Statement||D.R. Deaton and P.B. Beaumont.|
|Contributions||Beaumont, P.B., Great Britain. Industrial Relations Research Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
An analysis of the factors that shape an industry's collective bargaining structure. The discussion focuses on the scope of bargaining units within an industry, the relationship among these units, and industry characteristics systematically associated with particular collective bargaining structures. 17 pp. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. This chapter focuses on the determinants and effects of collective bargaining structure, which varies enormously around the world. After defining collective bargaining structure, the chapter explains how structure influences relative bargaining power, discusses evidence on the impact.
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Nants of Bargaining Structure," and Deaton and Beau-mont, "The Determinants of Bargaining Structure." a nonmandatory negotiating issue, one party may legally induce the other to bar-gain voluntarily over structure by offering concessions on other issues.'5 That is, the analysis of structure is similar to the analysis.
it is a study of the structural determinants of union wage bargaining power.' A struc-tural determinant is one that is not transitory and that is rooted in the set of institutions (such as unions, firms, and technology) that characterize the economic environment, in this case an industry.
Of course, structural *The author is Economist, Industrial Union. Abstract. This study uses BLS data on individual collective bargaining agreements and industry data from several sources to estimate the determinants of bargaining structure in the manufacturing sector.
Probit analysis is used to estimate, first, the probability that a given agreement is multifirm rather than single-firm in coverage and, second, Cited by: Collective bargaining structure and its determinants An empirical analysis with British and German establishment data Claus Schnabel, Stefan Zagelmeyer, Susanne Kohaut Beiträge zum wissenschaftlichen Dialog aus dem Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung Bundesagentur für.
Econometric analyses show that more or less the same set of variables play a statistically significant role in explaining the structure of collective bargaining in both.
Collective Bargaining Structure and its Determinants: An Empirical Analysis with British and German Establishment Data Claus Schnabel, Stefan Zagelmeyer, and Susanne Kohaut European Journal of Industrial Relations 2, Cited by: Collective Bargaining Structure and its Determinants: An Empirical Analysis with British and German Establishment Data ABSTRACT Both Britain and Germany have experienced a substantial decline in collective bargaining coverage in recent decades, though coverage is lower in Britain.
Whereas multi-employer bargaining predominates in. Downloadable. This study uses BLS data on individual collective bargaining agreements and industry data from several sources to estimate the determinants of bargaining structure in the manufacturing sector.
Probit analysis is used to estimate, first, the probability that a given agreement is multifirm rather than single-firm in coverage and, second, the probability that a.
Schnabel, Claus & Zagelmeyer, Stefan & Kohaut, Susanne, "Collective bargaining structure and its determinants: an empirical analysis with British and German establishment data," IAB Discussion PaperInstitut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB), Nürnberg [Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany].
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The analysis of bargaining structure was further extended to a consideration of appropriate union, management, and public policies in this area.
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Forms of Market Structure. Based on the above determinants, the market structure can be classified into four broad categories.ADVERTISEMENTS: The following factors should be taken into consideration in determining wage and salary structure of workers: (i) Labour Unions: The labour unions attempt to work and influence the wages primarily by regulating or affecting the supply of labour.
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