A State within a State: Industrial Relations in Israel, 1965-1987

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Notes to Chapter 6
1
For a former step in the same direction see Chermesh ( 1984). The present secretary general of the Histadrut, Kessar, is excluded from the present analysis for lack of data.
2
The current secretary general of the Histadrut, Kessar, is excluded from the present analysis for lack of data.
3
No assumption is being made on the "normality" of these periods for any reason other than the one relevant for the present analysis -- maximum subjective distance from both past and forthcoming elections. The term subjective is added so as to take care of the fact that the highest probability for a maximum time distance both from the last and from the forthcoming elections occurs two years after a given election takes place. Even if ex post factum a Knesset is terminated after less than its four years term, this cannot be assumed in advance.
4
The choice of 100 days as a unit of standardized is only for clarity of report. Any other basis for standardization would have brought identical results in the log-linear analysis. The present paper does not deal with a second form of autonomy, the degree of independence of a given irs from its environmental constraints. For a detailed treatment of this issue see Chermesh( 1982). I would like to thank Moshe Hartman for introducing me to the log-linear approach.
5
The present analysis does not deal with a second form of autonomy, the degree of independence of a given irs from its environmental constraints. For a detailed treatment of this issue see Chermesh ( 1982).
6
The term "political upheaval" is reserved in Israeli political and journalistic slang for the May 1977 Knesset elections. The elections results were traumatic enough to deserve this unique term!
7
The Manufacturers' Association of Israel was actually established as early as 1920. The Coordinating Bureau of Economic Associations, the framework which serves as a representative body for the private sector employers, was set up in 1967. However, neither of these bodies managed to acquire a significant posture until the 1970s.

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