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Collective disputes and dispute resolution systems in South Korea : From controlling interventions to evolutionary institutionalized regulation

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Frame of Image terests of employees and employers. How do the state and employers respond to this trend of growing labor unrests? All countries with capitalist systems have faced such a significant challenge during and after industrialization. How to establish collective regulation of industrial actions in industrialized countries may vary among countries, depending on political, industrial, social and cultural contexts. The paper looks at how South Korea has developed and institutionalize dispute resolution systems during the period of industrialization under authoritarian regimes, massive industrial disputes in the middle of democratization, and after. It identifies two different approaches to industrial actions and how to regulate them in South Korea over the years..
This paper is a revised version of the paper presented at the conference, Conflict and Cooperation: The International Symposium of Collective Labor Dispute Resolution and Regulation, organized by Renmin University, Beijing in China on 17 -18th December 2011. ∗∗ Director-General of Labor Relations Policy Research Division, Korea Labor Institute.
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Table 1. Different Approaches to Industrial Actions
Political control of collective disputes Political systems Frame of reference Political authoritarianism Unitarism, not recognizing conflicting interests between employees and their employer Controlling interventionism, ad hoc interventions, and no voluntary rules emerged Guardian of industrial stability or social order Threats t


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Title Collective disputes and dispute resolution systems in South Korea
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From controlling interventions to evolutionary institutionalized regulation

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Bae, Kiu-Sik

Publisher

[Seoul]:KLI

Date 2012-09
Series Title; No e-Labor News / 125
Pages 21
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding KLI; KDI School

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This paper is a revised version of the paper presented at the conference, Conflict and Cooperation: The
International Symposium of Collective Labor Dispute Resolution and Regulation, organized by Renmin University,
Beijing in China on 17 -18th December 2011.