English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Works Councils and Separations: Voice, Monopoly, and Insurance Effects Boris Hirsch; Thorsten Schank; Claus Schnabel

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Title
  • Works Councils and Separations: Voice, Monopoly, and Insurance Effects
Author
  • Boris Hirsch
  • Thorsten Schank
  • Claus Schnabel
Physical Description
  • preprint
Notes
  • Using a large linked employer-employee data set for Germany, we find that the existence of a works council is associated with a lower separation rate to employment, in particular for men and workers with low tenure. While works council monopoly effects show up in all specifications, clear voice effects are only visible for low tenured workers. Works councils also reduce separations to non-employment, and this impact is more pronounced for men. Insurance effects only show up for workers with tenure of more than one year. Our results indicate that works councils primarily represent the interests of a specific clientele.
  • works council, separations, collective voice, duration models, Germany
  • RePEc:bav:wpaper:075_hirsch
Language
  • English
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