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한국과 외국의 노사관계 (영문) The comparison of Korean IR and Austrian IR (In terms of their IR system)

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Introduction

IR in Austria
1. History of Austrian IR
2. Major form of Austrian IR
3. Reason for #2 and the mechanism among 3 IR actors

IR in Korea
1. History of Korean IR
2. Major form of Korean IR
3. Extreme case of Korean IR

Comparison between two countries

Conclusion

References

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1. History of Austrian IR
The Austrian Federation of Trade Unions (ÖGB) was founded in 1945 and is a democratic representation of Austrian workers and employees. Its function is to unify the labor movement and enable social partnership. Due to the soldiers and captured in WWII the ÖGB had to be formed bottom down as only high official but hardly member where available then. The talks about the structure of Austrian IR where laid then and under influence of the then leading parties, the social democrats, the peoples party and the Communist party. In the following years the membership numbers increased strongly. At the same time in the companies work shops where established. Though union membership wasn’t required for participation the number of union members in these works councils was very high. From the very beginning the ÖGB was an essential part of Austrian social partnership.

참고 자료

http://www.oegb.at/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=OEGBZ/Page/OEGBZ_Index&n=OEGBZ_0

http://www.sozialpartner.at/sozialpartner/Sozialpartnerschaft_mission_de.pdf

http://www.openrepublic.org/open_republic/20050701_vol1_no1/articles/20050619_ru.htm

http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/emire/AUSTRIA/ANCHOR-GEWERKSCHAFT-AT.htm

http://www.gdgfsg.at/geschichte/was.pdf

http://www.gdgfsg.at/geschichte/zweite-republik.pdf

http://www.epsu.org/IMG/pdf/DE_Austria.pdf
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