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Worker Participation in Diverse Settings: Does the Form Affect the Outcome, and If So, Who Benefits?

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  • Rosemary Batt
  • Eileen Appelbaum

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  • Rosemary Batt & Eileen Appelbaum, 1995. "Worker Participation in Diverse Settings: Does the Form Affect the Outcome, and If So, Who Benefits?," British Journal of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, vol. 33(3), pages 353-378, September.
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