Lucio Baccaro

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The term ‘corporatism’ simultaneously designates a particular interest group structure, characterized by monopolistic, centralized and internally nondemocratic associations, and a particular policy-making process, also known as ‘concertation’ or ‘social partnership’. This paper argues that structure and process may no longer be closely associated. By(More)
The authors address the long-standing mystery of stable individual differences in negotiation performance, on which intuition and conventional wisdom have clashed with inconsistent empirical findings. The present study used the Social Relations Model to examine individual differences directly via consistency in performance across multiple negotiations and(More)
Through an analysis of industrial relations developments in Italy and Sweden --two countries especially committed to egalitarian wage policies --this article argues that wage egalitarianism as it was conceived in the 1960s and 1970s (compression of inter-occupational wage differentials) proved to be a strategic mistake for unions. It brought about(More)
Research on global programs to regulate labor standards has emphasized interactions between transnational and state regulatory institutions. If transnational initiatives can make state institutions more relevant, global efforts have the potential to reinforce, rather than displace, state labor regulation. Through a study of the Indonesia-based program of a(More)
This paper explains how text mining was used within the context of a research project on social dialogue regimes, jointly undertaken by the University of Geneva, the University of Lyon 2 and the International Institute of Labour Studies of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). The research project, which was made possible through the generous support(More)
This paper distinguishes between two dimensions of corporatism: as a particular structure of the interest representation system, characterized by monopolistic, centralized, and internally non-democratic associations, and as a particular policy-making process, also known as “concertation” or “social partnership.” While the former dimension of corporatism is(More)