Industrial Democracy: Introduction
Matiaske, Wenzel, Schramm, Florian, Management Revue
The term "industrial democracy" has a long tradition in idea-history of both labor movement and social sciences. The rise of the concept and contemporary opportunities designing institutions of industrial democracy in the European context have been topics of the 2nd annual Management Revue spring workshop. This special issue presents some of the workshop papers, enhanced by articles of authors who were unable to join the meeting.
The opening paper of our compilation explores in a first step the different meanings of the term "industrial democracy" in the Anglo-Saxon and the German context. Going back to the first definition by Sidney and Beatrice Webb (1897), Walther …
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Publication information: Article title: Industrial Democracy: Introduction. Contributors: Matiaske, Wenzel - Author, Schramm, Florian - Author. Journal title: Management Revue. Volume: 19. Issue: 4 Publication date: October 1, 2008. Page number: 258+. © Rainer Hampp Verlag 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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