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date: 21 October 2020

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This chapter addresses the argument that there are three primary actors in corporate governance: owners, managers, and labor. The discussion centers on the effects of governance regimes and practices on labor and the role of labor in corporate governance. It studies the perspectives on corporate governance regimes and identifies the possible ways labor is involved in governance. The chapter also includes a model that features the impacts of corporate governance on labor, and which also shows how governance can affect rewards, industrial relations, employment, work organization, industrial relations, and skills development.

Keywords: owners, managers, labor, governance regimes, rewards, industrial relations, employment, work organization, industrial relations, skills development

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