The Structure and Function of Israeli Employers' Associations

Arie Shirom, Dan Jacobson
1975 Relations Industrielles - Industrial Relations  
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more » ... https://apropos.erudit.org/fr/usagers/politique-dutilisation/ Document téléchargé le 11 février 2017 02:26 The first part of this article is devoted to a brief description of the ideological, political, économie and légal environment of the employers' associations in Israël. Then, the current structures of the three major associations are discussed, and their external and internai relations are analyzed. Finally, some tentative conclusions emanating from the report are presented, and several possible implications of the Israeli expérience for employers' associations in other countries are suggested. nomic policies in those countries, the representational responsibilities of employers' associations expand. Concomitantly, pressures toward * Comments made on an earlier version of this paper by Professors Albert Blum, Milton Derber and Joseph Lowenberg are gratefully acknowledged. 452 1 Most of the documentary materials upon which this paper is based are of an ephemeral nature, and in Hebrew. Due to space limitations, only Englishlanguage références and Hebrew-language statistical material are cited. To avoid cumbersomeness, no spécifie références are made to interviews held with executive officers in the associations.
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