Public Sector Collective Bargaining And The Distortion Of Democracy: Do Public Sector Unions Have “Too Much” Power?

Source: Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 34 no. 2, Winter 2013
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Articles include:
Introduction

United States
• A Reconsideration and Empirical Evaluation of Wellington’s and Winter’s, The Unions and the Cities
by Jeffrey H. Keefe
• Does Public Employee Collective Bargaining Distort Democracy? A Perspective from the United States
by Martin H. Malin

Japan
• Does Public Sector Collective Bargaining Distort Democracy in Japan?
by Kazutoshi Koshiro
• Japan’s Collective Labor Relations Law in the Public Sector: Constitutional Conflict Between Union Rights and Democracy
by Ryuichi Yamakawa

France
• Does Public Sector Collective Bargaining Distort Democracy—The Case for France
by Véronique Chanut and Jacques Rojot

Canada
• Public Sector Industrial Relations in Canada: Does It Threaten or Sustain Democracy?
by Mark Thompson and Sara Slinn

Germany
• The Public Sector in the United States and Germany: Comparative Aspects in an Employment Relations Perspective
by Berndt Keller
• Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Distortion of Democracy: Do Public Sector Unions Have “Too Much” Power?—German Perspective
by Jens M. Schubert

Greece
• Structural, Functional, and Cultural Aspects of the Greek Public Administration and Their Effects on Public Employees’ Collective Action
by Theodore N. Tsekos
• Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Distortion of Democracy: Do Public Sector Unions Have “Too Much” Power?
by Dimitrios Kremalis