Sweden: Conflict, Power and Politics in Industrial Relations

  • Walter Korpi

Abstract

The standard picture of industrial relations in Sweden as seen from abroad appears to have three distinctive characteristics: the near absence of industrial disputes; the strength and centralization of unions and employers’ organizations; and the regulation of industrial relationships without the intervention of the state. For some observers, Sweden would thus appear to be approaching the ideal of industrial relations in advanced societies, where industrial conflict has been resolved, where social justice is being achieved, and where the institutions for decision-making in the economic field function independently from those in the political area. The stability of these characteristics would also appear to be taken more or less for granted.

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Migration Depression Agar Income Stratification 

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