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Overall, this study generally supports the historical cycle approach to industrial democracy and notes a general wave of interest across all five countries from 1916 to 1922 and later a specific surge of interest in the US during the early 1930s. Labour unrest during and immediately after the First...

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Published in: Worker Voice p. 208
Main Author: Greg Patmore
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Published: Liverpool University Press 03-31-2016
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Summary: Overall, this study generally supports the historical cycle approach to industrial democracy and notes a general wave of interest across all five countries from 1916 to 1922 and later a specific surge of interest in the US during the early 1930s. Labour unrest during and immediately after the First World War and concerns about the economic issues relating to post-war reconstruction fuelled interest. Some promoters of schemes believed that workplace employee representation could be part of an effective response to the threat of Bolshevism following the Russian Revolution. The period during and immediately after the First World War was very
ISBN: 1781382689
9781781382684