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date: 16 October 2019

(p. xi) List of Tables

(p. xi) List of Tables

  1. 2.1 Types of employee voice 33

  2. 2.2 Trends in union density across the Anglo‐American world 35

  3. 6.1 Recent studies of the performance effects of participation 152

  4. 7.1 A top‐down view of choice 172

  5. 8.1 Levels of collective bargaining with regard to wages selected EU countries 201

  6. 8.2 Estimated union density, fourteen European Union countries, Norway, Canada, United States, 2007 203

  7. 9.1 Voice regime‐effectiveness, risk, direct cost, and switching cost 219

  8. 10.1 West European employee representation on company boards 240

  9. 10.2 East European employee representation on company boards 242

  10. 11.1 Examples of diversity of NER plans 265

  11. 11.2 Four faces of NER 271

  12. 16.1 Voice regimes in Britain for all workplaces, 1984–2004 388

  13. 16.2 Incidence of voice regimes in Britain in 1984 for all workplaces by set‐up date 390

  14. 16.3 Voice regimes and mean HRM scores in Britain for all workplaces, 1998 397

  15. 18.1 ADR system presence and type in non‐union business units 431

  16. 18.2 Reasons for ADR system adoption by non‐union businesses 432

  17. 18.3 Annual average ADR system usage rates in non‐union business units, 2002–2006 433

  18. 18.4 Issues about which employees exercise voice in non‐union ADR systems 434

  19. 18.5 Employee use of non‐union ADR systems by demographic characteristics 436

  20. 18.6 Selected characteristics of four non‐union business units, ADR systems, executive interview, and employee survey samples 438

  21. 18.7 Summary of top executive ratings of ADR system benefits and costs 439

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  23. 18.8 Summary of non‐union employee ratings of ADR system benefits and costs 441

  24. 20.1 Models of the employment relationship and government regulation 478

  25. 20.2 Employee participation in organizations 482

  26. 20.3 Public policies on employee participation: rationales and examples 487