Union wage-bargaining power in Denmark is analysed for the 1970s using earnings drift between centrally bargained and firm-level earnings as the basis for a measure of bargaining power. This measure is given a justification in terms of bargaining theory. During the 1970s various forms of worker participation, which are described and analysed in the paper, were introduced in Denmark. The paper attempts to relate changes in bargaining power to these developments.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Economic and Industrial Democracy|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1986|