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Most recent research on the relationship between trade unions and unemployment focuses on the size and structure of trade union movements and argues either that strong unions are bad for unemployment, due to their effect on wages, or that encompassing unions are good for unemployment, because...
Since 1989, Germany's domestic and international environments have experienced significant changes. Thus, it is reasonable to expect that the country's long-standing foreign and domestic policies will adapt to novel challenges and pressures. This article examines eastern trade policy, an area in...
The party system consequences of Chile's “binomial” (two-member-district) legislative electoral formula have been the subject of much debate. For some analysts, the binomial system limits party system fractionalization and encourages centripetal competition, enhancing the prospects for...
It is commonly believed that corporatist bargaining institutions have been in general decline in the 1980s and 1990s. The leading explanations of the purported universal trend toward greater decentralization of collective bargaining are the impact of technological change, changes in the...
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