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Definition of Codetermination
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Codetermination
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"... that change might come too slowly, but they are not certain whether or how to alter the system and its incentive structures. Labor and codetermination ..."
2. Transcending Boundaries: Natural Resource Management from Summit to Sea edited by Rabel J. Burdge (2001)
"On base of a written and verbal questioning of the cluster- actors (end product manufacturers and suppliers) a new attempt of the German codetermination was ..."
3. Museum Ideals of Purpose and Method by Benjamin Ives Gilman, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1918)
"codetermination through restrictions placed upon gifts is not control, ... The case transforms codetermination into control by the giver. ..."
4. Transatlantic Economic Relations in the Post-Cold War Era by Barry J. Eichengreen (1998)
"Such circumstances are not best handled by regulated labor markets that entail a works council with powers of codetermination in important matters. ..."
5. The European Office: Office Design and National Context by Juriaan “van” Meel (2000)
"... and Organization in Twelve Nations, DeGruyter, NewYork 39 Max Planck Institute for the study of societies (19981, The development of codetermination as ..."