Corpus ID: 153618977

Governance of the Workplace: The Contemporary Regime of Individual Contract

@article{DauSchmidt2007GovernanceOT,
  title={Governance of the Workplace: The Contemporary Regime of Individual Contract},
  author={K. Dau-Schmidt and Timothy A. Haley},
  journal={Multiple Party Conflict},
  year={2007}
}
In the last three decades, the American labor market has undergone a dramatic transformation that has heralded enormous change in the governance of the workplace. The development of new information technology and the rise of the global economy have decentralized firm decision-making and brought the market into the firm in ways that have not previously been experienced. These changes have made possible a new flexibility in many production methods which allows the vertical disintegration of firms… Expand
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