• Political Science
  • Published 2008

Self-Determination in Dispute System Design and Employment Arbitration

@inproceedings{Amsler2008SelfDeterminationID,
  title={Self-Determination in Dispute System Design and Employment Arbitration},
  author={Amsler and Lisa Blomgren},
  year={2008}
}
This article argues that there are two forms of self-determination in dispute resolution, one involving control over process and outcome at the case level, and a second involving control over the disputes system design of which the case is part. Part I of this article reviews the proposed distinction between self-determination at the case level and self-determination in dispute system design. The remaining three parts of the article focus on arbitration of labor and employment disputes. Part II… CONTINUE READING

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