Published November 1982
by International Labour Org .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||198|
Read the full-text online edition of Workers' Management and Workers' Wages in Yugoslavia: The Theory and Practice of Participatory Socialism (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Workers' Management and Workers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: International Labour Office. Workers' management in Yugoslavia. Geneva, (OCoLC) Document Type. Get this from a library! Workers management in Yugoslavia (). [Jovan S Andrijasevic;]. It has been shown that a widespread demand for participation at lower management levels does exist among ordinary workers but this does not seem to be the case where higher level decisions are Cited by: 8.
The proclamation of “workers’ self-management” drew upon the ideas of a democratic left that went beyond the conservative social democracy of the West and the bureaucratised “state socialism” of the East. The Yugoslav experiment aroused worldwide fascination. In Yugoslavia itself, however, the self-management . This book contains the Proceedings of a Conference held on January in Amsterdam on the problems and perspectives of Yugoslav workers' self management. The Yugoslav writers were . Rus, Velko 'External and internal influences in enterprises' in Workers self management and oranizational power in Yugoslavia. J. Obradovic and W. N. Dunn (eds.), Pittsburgh: Centre for . Workers’ Self-management in Yugoslavia – An Ambivalent Experience Por Boris Kanzleiter | 27 Oct 11 | Posted under: Democracia, Historia In the discussion of an alternative economic order the terms “producers’ democracy” and “workers’ self-management.
Yugoslavia was the fastest growing socialist economy in the post World War Two era. what the findings do provide is an important warning to those on the left who look to the good old days of worker power and worker management with rose-tinted spectacles. Cambridge and Fellow of the Legatum Institute, London. She is author of the book. WORKERS' MANAGEMENT IN YUGOSLAVIA as the highest authority in the firm. It was the intention of the law to speed up the proc-ess by which workers get acquainted with business management through their active participation in it. Ward himself quotes the high turnover figure for members of workers. BUSINESS HORIZONS Worker Management in Yugoslavia The party has strongly reinforced the middle-aged workers' position, and from time to time has juggled taxes on "excess" . With 22 essays that cover over a century of struggle, it explores experiences ranging from soviet power in Russia, self-management in Yugoslavia and Algeria, workers' control in Portugal in and co-management in Venezuela today With the sheer scope of the examples, this book is a serious contribution to debates around workers Reviews: 5.