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Title: Workplace innovations in the Republic of Ireland
Author: McCartney, John
Teague, Paul
Keywords: Innovation
Working conditions
Ireland
Work organisation
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Economic & Social Research Institute
Citation: McCartney, John; Teague, Paul. 'Workplace innovations in the Republic of Ireland'. - Economic & Social Review, Vol. 28, No. 4, October, 1997, pp. 381-399. Dublin: Economic & Social Research Institute
Abstract: Many explanations have emerged for Ireland's dramatic economic recovery, but virtually all have taken a macroeconomic perspective. This paper enriches our understanding of recent progress by presenting original survey data on establishment-level work organisation and human resource innovations. The survey indicates that most Irish establishments are actively reorganising work arrangements. There is also strong evidence to show that they are supporting these developments with complementary human resource management innovations. A key driving force behind these changes appears to be economic openness; high exporters and branches of multinational corporations are more innovative. So too are establishments adopting high value added corporate strategies. Under certain circumstances, however, unionisation is negatively associated with work systems innovation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/64429
ISSN: 00129984
Appears in Collections:Economic and Social Review Archive: Complete Collection 1969-
The Economic and Social Review, Vol. 28, No. 4, October, 1997

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