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Production Strategies and Industrial Relations in the Process of Internationalization

14.10.1991 - 16.10.1991

Koordination: Helmut Demes; Prof. Dr. Norbert Altmann, Universität München und Institut für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung; Prof. Dr. Shigeyoshi Tokunaga, Tōhoku Universität Sendai

Abriss

Generalthema der Tagung war es, die neuen Probleme für Arbeitnehmer und Gewerkschaften, die sich aus der Internationalisierung der Unternehmen und der Reorganisation industrieller Produktionsprozesse ergeben, im internationalen Vergleich vorwiegend zwischen Japan und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland auf empirischer Basis aufzuzeigen und zu analysieren. Alternative Strategien zu den existierenden Politiken wurden dargelegt und auf die Auswirkungen hin geprüft.

Die Ergebnisse des Symposiums sind als Band 3 der Monograpien aus dem DIJ erschienen.

Programm

Keynote Speeches
Convergence of Rationalization - Divergence of Labour Relations
Prof. Norbert Altmann, Institute of Social Research; Special Research Unit 333 at University of Munich

Internationalization, Rationalization and Industrial Relations - with Special References to Recent Strategies of Big Japanese Corporations
Prof. Tokunaga Shigeyoshi, Tōhoku University Sendai

Session I:
Internationalization of Enterprises and Industrial Relations
Internationalization Strategies of Japanese and German Automobile Companies
Dr. Ulrich Jürgens, Science Center Berlin (WZB)

Industrial Relations and Management in Japanese Companies in Europe
Prof. Kumazawa Makoto, Kōnan University, Kōbe

Workers Councils and Enterprise Level Industrial Relations in German Subsidiaries of Japanese Firms
Prof. Christoph Deutschmann, University Tübingen

Subcontracting Strategies of Japanese Companies in Europe Asia
Prof. Hiramoto Atsushi, Tōhoku University Sendai

Industrial Relations in Japanese Companies in Asian Countries
Prof. Nomura Masami, Okayama University

Session II:
Subcontracting and Rationalization
Globalisation of Subcontracting Strategies
Prof. Ikeda Masayoshi, Chūō University Tokyo

Systemic Rationalization, Subcontracting Strategies and their Impact on Labour in the Federal Republic of Germany
Dr. Dieter Sauer, Institute of Social Research; Special Research Unit 333, University of Munich

Working Conditions in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Japan
Prof. Tamai Kingo

Problems of Industrial Relations at Plant Level in Subcontracting Companies in the FRG
Dr. Reinhard Doleschal, Institute Work and Technology, Gelsenkirchen

Purchaser's Behaviour towards (Dependent) Subcontracting Companies in Japan
Prof. Sei Shōichirō, Kantōgakuin University, Yokohama

Development of Codetermination and Union Structures in the New Federal States
Dr. Volker Kreißig, Technical University, Chemnitz

Session III:
Alternative Strategies towards the Formation of Labour Standards
Labour Standards in the International Economy - Challenges and Perspectives
Werner Sengenberger, Ph.D., International Institute for Labour Studies, International Labour Office Geneve

Political Measures with Respect to Marginal Labour Force
Prof. Osawa Mari, Tokyo University

Elderly Technical Specialists in Japan and in Western Industrialized Countries
Dr. Angelika Ernst, Institute of Economic Research, Munich

The European Integration (EG '92) and the Formation of Labour Standards
Dr. Gerhard Bosch, Institute for Social and Economic Research, Düsseldorf

Role of Unions in Innovative Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
Prof. Vittorio Capecchi, University of Bologna

The Formation of Shinrengo and the Strategies of Japanese Labour Movement towards the Formation of Labour Standards
Prof. Takagi Ikurō, Japan Women's University, Tokyo

Veranstaltungsort

Tōhoku University Sendai, Fachbereich Ökonomie
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