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Tarifverträge - nein danke!? Einflussfaktoren der Tarifbindung west- und ostdeutscher Betriebe

  • Kohaut, Susanne
  • Schnabel, Claus

Eine Auswertung repräsentativer Daten des IAB-Betriebspanels zeigt, dass im Jahr 2000 knapp die Hälfte der westdeutschen, aber nur gut ein Viertel der ostdeutschen Betriebe durch Flächen- oder Firmentarifverträge gebunden waren, wobei die Flächentarifbindung in den letzten Jahren rückläufig war. Theoretische Erklärungen betonen u.a. die Bedeutung von Transaktionskostenaspekten und von verschiedenen mikro- und makroökonomischen Veränderungen. Ökonometrische Analysen zeigen, dass die Wahrscheinlichkeit einer Tarifbindung mit der Betriebsgröße und dem Anteil qualifizierter Mitarbeiter zunimmt. Filialbetriebe neigen häufiger, Einzelunternehmen und Personengesellschaften sowie jüngere Betriebe seltener zu tariflichen Regelungen. Größere Betriebe, Filialbetriebe und solche mit Betriebsrat ziehen sich auch seltener aus Flächentarifverträgen zurück.

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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 8.

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