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Works councils, labor productivity and plant heterogeneity
|Statement||by Joachim Wagner, John T. Addison, Claus Schnabel, Thorsten Schank.|
|Series||Discussion paper ;, no. 1414, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) ;, no. 1414|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005617381|
The German automaker has "works councils" at all its other plants. Now it wants one in the U.S. too. Why Volkswagen is helping a union organize its own plant. Harvard labor . In corporate governance, codetermination (also "copartnership" or "worker participation") is the practice of workers of an enterprise having the right to vote for representatives on the board of directors in a company. It also refers to staff having binding rights in work councils on issues in their workplace. The practice of board level representation is widespread in developed democracies. Some labor and auto experts say that if the VW plant in Chattanooga gets a works council, it would create pressure to do likewise at the BMW plant in Spartanburg, S.C., and the Mercedes-Benz plant.
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Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: First Evidence from Quantile Regressions February Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik John T.
Addison. IZA DP No. Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: Evidence from Quantile Regressions Joachim Wagner, John T. Addison, Claus Schnabel, Thorsten Schank published in: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik,(5), Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: Evidence from Quantile Regressions∗ Using quantile regressions and a rich cross section data set for German manufacturing plants, this paper reports that the impact of works councils on labor productivity varies along the conditional distribution of value added per by: works councils: establishment labor productivity, as measured by average value added labor productivity and plant heterogeneity book employee.
A standard approach has been to estimate a single-equation model with productivity as the dependent variable and a set of factors that are related to productivity (e.g., Works councils of skilled employees, hours worked per week, etc.).
No productivity effects of works councils are found for the service sector and in manufacturing plants not covered by collective bargaining. Besides demonstrating that it is important to look at evidence based on more than one data set, our empirical findings point to the efficacy of supplementing OLS with quantile regression estimates when investigating the behavior of heterogeneous plants.
Wagner Joachim & Schank Thorsten & Schnabel Works councils & Addison Works councils T., "Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: First Evidence from Quantile Regressions," Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbuecher fuer Nationaloekonomie und Statistik), De Gruyter, vol.
(5), pagesOctober. No productivity effects of works councils are found for the service sector and in manufacturing plants not covered by collective bargaining. Read "Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: First Evidence from Quantile Regressions, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at.
Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: Evidence from Quantile Regression. To submit an labor productivity and plant heterogeneity book or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Works councils Request.
The Study of Works Councils: Concepts and Problems only. Structural separation of channels, however, does not preclude, and indeed may require, coordination between them.
Organizationally, for example, works council election procedures typically favor union candidates, and especially candidates of large, "representative" unions. Labor productivity and plant heterogeneity book works councils raise or lower firm productivity.
Works councils can have a positive impact on firm productivity, but only when specific conditions are in place Keywords: works councils, productivity, employment, wages and profit effects KeY fINDINGS 0 95% Cl 95% Cl With works council Without works council Cited by: 1.
Theory Works councils that works councils may enhance firm productivity in a variety of ways: Footnote 2 They may Works councils a forum in which workers share valuable knowledge of production with management or in which discussions between labor and management per se yield useful ideas for productivity improvements (Freeman and Lazear ).Firms with works councils may also be Cited by: Addison, Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: First Evidence from Quantile Regressions Schultz, Birgit, Mikroökonometrische Evaluation der ökonomischen Wirkungen betrieblicher Mitbestimmung - Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des Matching-Ansatzes Microeconometric Evaluation of Economic Effects of Workers Participation.
The heterogeneity issue is also addressed by considering the wider collective bargaining framework within which works councils are embedded, and also by allowing for works council learning. It is reported that works council dissonance is positively associated with plant closings, although this association is not found for establishments that.
adopt a works council and, as a consequence, there are eligible establishments with and without works councils and works council incidence rises with plant size.4 The law affords works councils a number of legal rights, including rights on information, consultation, and codetermination, but the number of rights increases with plant by: WORKS COUNCIL – A PLATFORM TO DRIVE PRODUCTIVITY.
Following our post on the functions of the Works Council we received numerous enquiries to shed more guidance on this important institution.
A lot of emails testified that in most establishments the Works Council has not been effectively and efficiently utilised. The effects of works councils on most aspects of firm performance – profitability, labor productivity, employment growth, and more recently investment in tangible capital – have been investigated for a number of years now (for a survey, see Addison et al.
Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: Evidence from Quantile Regressions Joachim Wagner, John T.
Addison, Claus Schnabel, Thorsten Schank published in: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik,(5), council incidence rises with plant size.2 The law affords works councils a number of legal rights, including rights on information, consultation, and codetermination, but the number of rights increases with plant size.
Employers and works councils meet frequently in order to discuss a broad range of topics, including working Size: KB. This paper investigates the interaction between establishment‐level codetermination and industry‐level collective bargaining in Germany.
Based on a bargaining model, we derive our main hypothesis: In establishments covered by collective bargaining agreements, works councils are more likely to be engaged in productivity‐enhancing activities and less engaged in rent‐seeking activities Cited by: Müller, S.
"Works councils and establishment productivity." Industrial and Labor Relations Review (): – Müller, S., Stegmaier, J. The Dynamic Effects of Works Councils on Labor Productivity: First Evidence from Panel Data LASER Discussion Paper No No, Pfeifer, C.
29 An Economic Analysis of Works Councils Works Councils: Mandated or Voluntary. Most Western European countries mandate elected works councils in enter-prises above some size and give the councils rights to information and consul-tation about labor and personnel decisions.
Germany gives councils co-determination over some decisions as well. Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: Evidence from Quantile Regressions IZA Discussion Paper No.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 01 Dec The Heterogeneous Effects of Workforce Diversity on Productivity, Wages and Profits Abstract: We estimate the impact of workforce diversity on productivity, wages and productivity- wage gaps (i.e.
profits) using detailed Belgian linked employer-employee panel data. The separate estimation of the production function for establishments with and without works councils produces an interesting result: the positive productivity effect of employee-induced participation is higher in establishments with a works council, see Table participation dummy equation shows that shop-floor participation increases average total factor productivity by 19% in these Cited by: Cultural Diversity and Plant‐Level Productivity IZA DP No.
distinguish diversity in the establishment’s workforce and in the aggregate regional labor force where the plant is located. region does not affect productivity.
However, there are strong – spillovers associated with the degree of cultural heterogeneity. The aggregate. Works Councils and the Anatomy of Wages* John T. Addison University of South Carolina, USA, Queen’s University Belfast, Ireland, Universidade de labor productivity, employment growth, and more recently investment in tangible rights for unions in the plant.
Works councils were also prohibited from striking. An Explainer: What Are German-Style Works Councils. Rachel Homer Published September 23rd, - 49 We’ve been covering the developments at Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the negotiations between VW and the United Auto Workers to establish a “German-style works council.”.
The effects of works councils on most aspects of firm performance – profitability, labor productivity, employment growth, and investment in tangible capital – have been investigated for a number of years now (for a survey, see Addison et al., b).
ﬂnd that the presence of a works council reduces separations and labor turnover (see, e.g., Frick and Sadowski, ; Frick, ; Addison et al., ; Dilger, ; Frick and M˜oller, ). 1 Less clear, however, is which kind of separations are reduced by works councils. On the one hand, the presence of a works council can be expected to.
Works Councils and Separations: Voice, Monopoly, and Insurance Effects* Using a large linked employer-employee data set for Germany, we find that the existence of a works council is associated with a lower separation rate to employment, in particular for men and workers with low tenure.
While works council monopoly effects show up in all. that establishments with a works council are on average % more productive; but he also presents evidence that this figure underesti mates the true productivity effect of works councils.
The present system of labor relations in the United States is part of the New Deal initiated between and by President Franklin D. Wagner, J, Schank, T, Schnabel, C, Addison, JT () Works councils, labour productivity and plant heterogeneity: First evidence from quantile regressions.
Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik – Google ScholarCited by: 3. Controlling for unobserved plant heterogeneity, council introductions are more likely if workers have high plant-specific human capital or earn high wages, whereas no association between the labor market situation and introductions shows up.
GERMAN WORKS COUNCILS AND THE ANATOMY OF WAGES JOHN T. ADDISON, PAULINO TEIXEIRA, and THOMAS ZWICK* Using matched employer-employee data from the German LIAB forthe authors found that German works councils are in general associated with higher earnings, even after accounting for establishment- and worker heterogeneity.
Works council. Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity: First Evidence from Quantile Regressions.() In: Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbuecher fuer Nationaloekonomie und Statistik).
[ Full Text ][ Citation analysis ] This paper has another version. This paper measures the productivity impact of shop-floor employee involvement. On the basis of a representative German establishment data set, the study finds that the introduction of teamwork and autonomous work groups, and a reduction of hierarchies in / significantly increased average establishment productivity in –Cited by: I use a question about works council relations from the wave of the IAB Establishment panel to analyze the heterogeneous effects of works councils on productivity, wages, and profits.
The results indicate that the effects differ significantly between works council relationship types in a systematic pattern. The overall findings.
The model is basically as follows: general labour agreements are made at the national level by national unions (e.g. IG Metall) and national employer associations (e.g.
Gesamtmetall), and local plants and firms then meet with works councils to adjust these national agreements to local circumstances. Works council members are elected by the company workforce for a four-year term. Labour productivity and work sampling: The bottom line by H.
Randolph Thomas. This paper describes the relationship between labour productivity and direct work. They compare 30 projects that show, direct work is better in winter than the rest of the year.
According to this result it’s illogical and this can be found by using linear regression File Size: KB. VW’s Chattanooga, Pdf plant: a German-style works council.1 A works council is a body of pdf employee representatives within a particular “establishment” (e.g.
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