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Robert N. Stern, Sharon McCarthy. They concern the clash of interests among government, labour and business over work participation in organizational decision making.
PDF Corporate democracy implies a form of organizational governance in which all people rule, and not only managers and/or .
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International Yearbook of Organizational Democracy, The Organizational Practice of Democracy (Volume 3.
International Yearbook of Organizational Democracy, The Organizational Practice of Democracy (Volume 3). by Robert N. Stern, Sharon M. McCarthy. ISBN 9780471903079 (978-0-471-90307-9) Hardcover, Wiley, 1986. Coauthors & Alternates.
International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice
International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice. International organizations are a growing presence in the global system but remain a neglected subject of study. Their last proposition, that the promotion of democracies and liberalism is more and more dependent on organizations that are neither liberal nor democratic, would in itself have deserved a single volume. Despite its shortcomings, this book is a valuable addition to the field, and one hopes that it may spur further empirical studies on the bureaucracies that increasingly provide rules for the world.
Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy (. ISBN 9780691037387) is a 1993 book written by Robert D. Putnam (with Robert Leonardi and Raffaella Y. Nanetti).
Is democracy in crisis? This question is being posed with increasing urgency by some of the leading statesmen of the West . Their discussion of "The Crisis of Democracy" is designed to make democracy stronger as it grows and becomes more and more democratic.
Is democracy in crisis? This question is being posed with increasing urgency by some of the leading statesmen of the West, by columnists and scholars, and- if public opinion polls are to be trusted- even by the publics. In some respects, the mood of today is reminiscent of that of the early twenties, when the views of Oswald Spengler regarding "The Decline of the West" were highly popular. Their s in some respects provocative- are designed to serve that overriding objective.
This volume examines the different forms of employee participation in decision-making and ownership. It is especially relevant given current developments in Central and Eastern Europe. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: Oxford. Publication year: 1991. Volume: 2. Contributors: Raymond A. Russell.
International Organization. long run+13 Constitutional and statutory constraints can contribute to the improvement of democracy in three ways that are directly relevant to our democratic defense of multilateral institutions: by combating special interests, protecting rights, and fostering robust public deliberation+ As we will show in the section below, multilateralism can have similar democracy-enhancing effects+.
22 Journal of Democracy. and political freedoms necessary for political debate and electoral cam-paigning. of enthusiasm over the spread of democracy in Latin America, Terry Karl criticized the tendency to equate democracy with competitive mul-tiparty elections. She argued that military domination and human rights abuses rendered the Central American regimes of the 1980s and early 1990s hybrid regimes, not democracies. 13 Robert Dahl classified (circa 1969) as near polyarchies six competitive electoral regimes. 14 Juan Linz, Seymour Martin Lipset, and I labeled semidemocratic those regimes where the effective power of elected officials is so limited, or political.