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Verbreitung und Bestimmungsgründe verschiedener Formen der Arbeitnehmerpartizipation in Industriebetrieben

  • Schnabel, Claus
  • Wagner, Joachim

Eine empirische Untersuchung mit einem großen Betriebsdatensatz macht deutlich, dass direkte Arbeitnehmerpartizipation in Form von Gruppenarbeit und regelmäßigen Mitarbeitergesprächen in mehr Industriebetrieben zu finden ist als repräsentative Partizipation durch Betriebsräte. Die mitbestimmungsfreie Zone darf damit keinesfalls mit einer partizipationsfreien Zone gleichgesetzt werden. Eine ökonometrische Analyse der Bestimmungsgründe der einzelnen Partizipationsformen ergibt, dass die Existenz von Betriebsräten in erster Linie durch betriebliche Organisationsmerkmale, Beschäftigtenstrukturen und damit einher gehende Betriebsratsfunktionen erklärt werden kann, wohingegen die Determinanten direkter Partizipation weniger gut identifizierbar sind. Positive Zusammenhänge zeigen sich zwischen Mitarbeitergesprächen und Gruppenarbeit sowie zwischen Mitarbeitergesprächen und der Existenz eines Betriebsrates, während Gruppenarbeit in einem negativen Zusammenhang mit der Existenz eines Betriebsrates zu stehen scheint.

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Paper provided by Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Chair of Labour and Regional Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 5.

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