The Institutional Power of Unions and Employers
This chapter presents an organizational power model to assess the relative strength of the interest of associations based on characteristics including strong organizational centralization, internal coherence, representation among their clientele, and access to government. Through this it permits a prediction to what side will be more effective in shaping national re-regulation. In addition, hypotheses for the preferences of unions and employers regarding the wage regulation of posted workers are distilled.
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