1 edition of Co-determination in the Federal Republic of Germany found in the catalog.
Co-determination in the Federal Republic of Germany
Translation of: Mitbestimmung in der Bundes republik Deutschland.
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7Thomas Raiser, ‘The Theory of Enterprise Law in the Federal Republic of Germany’  AJCL , 8Ibid 9See especially the comprehensive exposition by Dieter Reuter, ‘Der Einﬂuß der Mitbestimmung auf das Gesellschafts – und Arbeitsrecht’  AcP – 2 1 An Overview of German Business or Enterprise Law. The book looks at how trends toward participation, co-determination, self-management, and cooperatives fared during the s and s, which, after a surge of optimism and increased democratization in the preceding two decades, have seen widespread and severe setbacks to this process in industrialized countries.
Book Reviews Book Reviews Book reviewed in this article: Conflict or Co‐operation: The Growth of Industrial Democracy, by John Elliot. Kogan Limits to Co‐determination? Industrial Democracy in the Federal Republic of Germany –, by D. W. F. Bendix Socialist Labour and Politics in Weimar Germany. Section describes how these institutions persisted in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) after the war, although through the institution of co‐determination, the post‐war system of corporate governance was transformed beyond its narrow pre‐war confines into a contested form of organizational control; in shaping control over. Abstract. The German co-determination system constitutes one of the most important forms of employee participation in management. While falling short of a fully self-managed system, co-determination, as it is currently practised in the Federal Republic of Germany, is frequently heralded as the most advanced system of employee control in the western by:
German law affords foreign investors national treatment: under German law, a foreign-owned company registered in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) as a GmbH (limited liability company) or an AG (joint stock company) is treated the same as a German-owned company. There are no special nationality requirements for directors or shareholders. He was a member, until , of the commission of experts appointed by the Federal Government in the Federal Republic of Germany to investigate the country's experience with co-determination. He is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society and also of the Kronenberger Kreis, a group of economists and lawyers who publish suggestions for reform of the. Federal Republic of Germany, –present. Unable to stop the growing civil unrest, Erich Honecker was forced to resign in October, and on 9 November, East German authorities unexpectedly allowed East German citizens to enter West Berlin and West Germany. Hundreds of thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity; new crossing points.
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Presse und Öffentlichke itsarbeit, Bonn ; and in:File Size: KB.This volume is a ebook of ten essays in which the authors assess the contribution of the German Ordo-liberals fifty years ebook the founders of the liberal movement in Germany stated their aims and objectives.
The Ordo-liberals were a group of liberal economic and legal thinkers in the Federal Republic of Germany who came into prominence as a result of their influence on.