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Strategic delegation in firms and in the trade union

James Tyler Kent

Strategic delegation in firms and in the trade union

by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Physica Verlag in Heidelberg .
Written in English


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StatementGuido S. Merzoni.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 141 p. :
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22535324M
ISBN 103790814326

have reduced the influence of unions in firms and have generated an anti-union culture among entrepreneurs (Beamont, ). However, the trade unions’ power has also declined as a result of the changes in the composition of the labour force brought by flexibility. As is well known, the trade unions’ traditional constituency comprises male. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR TRADE UNIONS IN BRITISH WORKPLACES STEPHEN MACHIN and STEPHEN WOOD* The authors use British workplace data for to examine whether trade union. Coinciding with the decline in trade unionism has been an increase in the use of human relations practices and new forms of work organization.

Of crucial importance to any corporation is the relationship between management and its employees and their trade union representatives, and thus it is not surprising that the internationalization of management through the multinational corporation has had important consequences for industrial relations in general and trade union strategies in particular. Downloadable! In an industry characterised by the presence of network effects, this paper investigates a duopolistic game in which firms may choose whether to bargain over wages and employment with unions or to face a competitive labour market (i.e. without unions). If unions are sufficiently risk-averse, it is shown that the presence of strong network effects makes unionisation the Pareto.

Kate Dearden of the union Community outlines the big changes that are happening to the workforce in the UK with the growth of self-employment at the gig economy. These shifts pose a major challenge to traditional trade union models of workforce representation, but ultimately, workers in these new sectors still need collective support as much as ever. Concept, Meaning, Definition: Concept, Meaning, Definition Strategy isn’t the mission—it’s the plan that allows the company to accomplish the mission STRATEGY: Strategy is the determination of the long-term goals and objectives of an enterprise and the adoption of the courses of action and the allocation of resources necessary for carrying out these goals.


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Strategic delegation in firms and in the trade union by James Tyler Kent Download PDF EPUB FB2

Strategic Delegation in Firms and the Trade Union: Economics Books @ hor: Guido Stefano Merzoni. This book contributes to the literature studying such a phenomenon, by extending the analysis of its implications for firms' strategy in product markets, by investigating how it may affect the trade union's activity, by studying its dynamic influence on the evolution of strategic interactions that the delegating party is involved in.

Get this from a library. Strategic delegation in firms and in the trade union. [Guido S Merzoni] -- "Strategic delegation is a widespread phenomenon in economic and social systems. In many situations the main interested party benefits from appointing a delegate to take actions that the principal.

Part of the Contributions to Economics book series (CE) Abstract After having seen strategic delegation at work within firms, in this chapter we study how it may affect the organisation and the activity of the trade : Guido S.

Merzoni. Contributions to Economics: Strategic Delegation in Firms and in the Trade Union by Guido Merzoni (, Paperback). Abstract. Strategic delegation is a widespread phenomenon in economic and social systems. In many situations the main interested party benefits from appointing a delegate to take action that the principal - were he playing - could not credibly take.

\ud This book contributes to the literature studying such a phenomenon, by extending the analysis of its implications for firms' strategy in. Strategic trade policy and union-firm bargaining agenda. the presence of managerial delegation (Fanti and Buccella a) affect the strategic trade policy.

However, in recent years. Strategic delegation refers to delegation of decision-making to agents, and accompanying organizational design choices, which, under strategic interdependence, serve as commitments that influence interactions with rivals and potentially lead to beneficial outcomes for the delegating party.

The general theoretical model of strategic delegation suggests that principals (e.g., owners, shareholders) may gain from delegating. (, ) by adopting sales delegation specification, to study strategic trade policy in the context of delegated firms. They concluded that strategic trade policy under delegation results in lower levels of the trade policy instruments.

Bandyopadhyay and Bandyopadhyay () presented an efficient bargaining model and analyzed the. (iv) Finally, unions face another prisoner's dilemma since the union's dominant strategy is to agree with firms deviating unilaterally from profit maxi- mization.

Hence, the union's implicit agreement to strategic managerial delegation yields the perverse effect that managerial incentives in Cournot equilibrium reduce union rents. Chapter 2: Interpreting and conceptualising trade union strategy: Radical Reform and Strategic Unionism Introduction Radical Reform and trade union strategy in the South African labour movement 25 looking at the trade union strategy in and of itself, what accounts for the decline in worker control, the loss of the battle to.

period of trade-union industrial strength, and of increasing expression of class conflict via official and unofficial trade-union struggles, has only served to under-line the relative weakness of Marxist theorizations of the nature of trade union-ism in advanced capitalism and its relationship with the bourgeois-democratic state.*.

Guido S. Merzoni has written: 'Strategic delegation in firms and in the trade union' -- subject(s): Division of labor, Delegation of authority, Management, Labor unions, Strategic planning.

times, trade unions are typically fire-fighters, reacting desperately to challenges to the established ‘industrial legality’. Typically also, they do so in a strategic vacuum. What does it mean to describe trade unions as strategic actors, and how can they enhance their strategic capacity.

These are the central issues for my discussion below. This paper considers the interaction between a firm and trade union in determining employment, wages and capital stock. We take the monopoly trade union model of Oswald (), where the union sets the wage, and add the firms choice of capital stock.

The standard predictions of the union literature are highly dependent on the degree of strategic dominance of the union vis a vis the firm. The security sector workers’ union is a very new union. There used to be local divisions of security workers within the trade workers union PAM, but since the spring all the security workers’ divisions now form a union within a union.

In other words, TURVA is a union within the PAM trade workers’ union. However, the various definitions of a trade union exhibit two important features, i.e., in the first place, a trade union is defined usually in the light of the functions it is expected to perform.

Though there is a diversity of opinions in regard to the role of trade unions in the working class movement. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Indeed, while under industry-wide union managerial delegation leads to incentives for sales, lower profits and higher consumer surplus as well as overall welfare, in the presence of decentralized (firm-specific) unions all those results are reversed.

Industrial Relations, Trade Unions and Social Conflict in German Capitalism. In his published book (Späth ) he noted: 39 But these changes in the social and economic context have not led to fundamental strategic adjustments of the trade unions.

Although there were partial and incremental changes, the central logic of the model. Strategic trade theory (sometimes appearing in literature as "strategic trade policy") describes the policy certain countries adopt in order to affect the outcome of strategic interactions between firms in an international oligopoly, an industry dominated by a small number of firms.

The term ‘strategic’ in this context refers to the strategic interaction between firms; it does not refer to.After the Trade Union Act ofBritish labor unions were guaranteed legal recognition, although it required the laws of and to assure their status.

In the latter part of the 19th cent. the socialist movement made headway among trade unionists, and James Keir Hardie induced () the trade unions to join forces with the socialists.Trade union, also called labor union, an association of workers in a particular trade, industry, or company created for the purpose of securing improvements in pay, benefits, working conditions, or social and political status through collective bargaining.

Read more about trade unions in this article.