Workers' Participative Schemes: The Experience of Capitalist and Plan-Based Societies

Workers' Participative Schemes: The Experience of Capitalist and Plan-Based Societies

Workers' Participative Schemes: The Experience of Capitalist and Plan-Based Societies

Workers' Participative Schemes: The Experience of Capitalist and Plan-Based Societies

Synopsis

Tsiganou explores the enormous diversity of worker participative schemes across national contexts. Using a historical comparative approach, schemes are examined in developed countries--the U.S.A., Japan, Sweden, Norway, England, Germany, and France; and centrally planned less developed socialist countries--Yugoslavia, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, China, and the Soviet Union. Conditions under which participative schemes emerge are addressed and reasons for similarities or differences among these schemes are examined. This is not a detailed country by country comparison. It is an explanation of the enormous diversity of schemes through comparative analysis.
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