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Title Corporate governance, employee voice, and work organization : sustaining high-road jobs in the automotive supply industry / Inge Lippert, Tony Huzzard, Ulrich Jürgens, and William Lazonick
Imprint Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2014
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 人文社會聯圖  HD2741 .C77518 2014    AVAILABLE    30610020449294
Edition First Edition
Descript xviii, 272 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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volume nc rdacarrier
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages [247]-263) and index
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.The Challenge of Globalization -- 1.2.The Dominant View -- 1.3.What is Wrong with the Dominant View? -- 1.4.Our Argument in Brief -- 1.5.Studying High-Road Jobs and Corporate Governance from a Comparative Perspective -- 1.6.Summary of Findings -- 1.7.Outline of the Book -- 2.Towards a Conceptual Framework -- 2.1.Debating the Varieties of Capitalism -- 2.2.Theories of Institutional Change -- 2.3.Financialization and the Increasing Role of Capital Markets -- 2.4.Corporate Governance, Governance Compromises, and Labour Voice -- 2.5.Work Systems, Social Innovations, and High-Road Jobs -- 2.6.Research Questions and Research Design -- 3.The Automotive Supply Industry: Global Trends, National Systems, and Development in National Supplier Industries -- 3.1.The Global Dynamics of the Automotive Supply Industry -- 3.2.National Systems and their Changes -- 3.3.The Development of National Supplier Industries --
Contents note continued: 4.A Differentiated Industry---Types of Enterprise and Their Governance Regimes -- 4.1.Type 1: Sheltered Enterprises -- 4.2.Type 2: Non-Sheltered Enterprises -- 4.3.Type 3: Private Equity-Financed Enterprises -- 4.4.Summary -- 5.Paths of Development I: Sheltered Firms---Adapting to the Old Path -- 5.1.Case Study 1: ̀Howling with the Wolves'---Contested Transformation in a German Foundation Enterprise -- 5.2.Case Study 2: The Slow Transformation of a Swedish Firm---The Wallenberg Family and a Balanced System -- 5.3.Case Study 3: ̀Models in the Model'---A US ESOP Firm with Tensions in the External Shareholder Context -- 6.Paths of Development II: Unsheltered Firms---From Old Paths to New Models -- 6.1.Case Study 4: The Owner-Driven Path Change of a German Corporation to the Shareholder-Value Model -- 6.2.Case Study 5: Path Change by Merger---The Àmericanization' of a Swedish Outsider --
Contents note continued: 6.3.Case Study 6: The Reorientation of a US Joint Stock Corporation to a ̀Labour Voice' Model of Corporate Governance -- 7.Paths of Development III: Private Equity-Financed Firms---Radical Turnaround in Unstable Structures -- 7.1.Case Study 7: Escaping the Vicious Circle of Private Equity---The Restabilization Attempts of a German PE Firm -- 7.2.Case Study 8: Break-out and Return---The ̀Re-Scandinavization' of a Swedish PE Firm -- 7.3.Case Study 9: Exit through Private Equity---The Genesis of a US ̀Megadeal' -- 8.The Diversity of Corporate Change: Summary of Case Study Results -- 8.1.Corporate Governance -- 8.2.Employee Voice -- 8.3.Work Systems and High-Road Jobs -- 8.4.Summary -- 9.Conclusions and Outlook -- 9.1.The Changing Landscape of Corporate Governance -- 9.2.Corporate Governance and Employee Voice -- 9.3.Corporate Governance and Work Systems -- 9.4.Governance, Voice, and Change in Automotive Supply---A Summary -- 9.5.Future Prospects
Subject Automobile supplies industry
Corporate governance
Automobile supplies industry -- Management -- Employee participation
Automobile supplies industry -- Germany -- Management -- Case studies
Automobile supplies industry -- Sweden -- Management -- Case studies
Automobile supplies industry -- United States -- Management -- Case studies
Alt Author Lippert, Inge, author
Huzzard, Tony, 1957- author
Jürgens, Ulrich, 1943- author
Lazonick, William, author
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