International Labor Relations: Labor’s Continuing Struggles
Codetermination: emphasizes cooperative decision making that benefits both workers and the firm via the joint participation of management and labor in the management of a firm
The demography, structure, ideals, and goals of unions vary significantly from country to country.
Both collective bargaining methods and approaches to the reconciliation of labor tensions differ from country to country.
National unions are locked in a zero-sum game, as they compete with each other to attract both domestic and foreign investment.