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Spillovers and conflict in collective bargaining

Experimental and survey studies

Tijdschrift Bestuurskunde, Aflevering 4 2017
Auteurs Alex Lehr

Alex Lehr
Research Note

Hoe populistisch is het volk?

Tijdschrift Res Publica, Aflevering 2 2015
Auteurs Agnes Akkerman, Cas Mudde en Andrej Zaslove
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Agnes Akkerman
Agnes Akkerman is James Coleman hoogleraar Duurzame coöperatie in de arbeidsverhoudingen aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen en tevens als universitair hoofddocent verbonden aan de afdeling Sociologie van de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Zij onderzoekt de effecten van veranderingen in arbeidsrelaties en conflicten daarbij.

Cas Mudde
Cas Mudde is universitair hoofddocent verbonden aan de School of Public and International Affairs van de University of Georgia in de Verenigde Staten. Zijn onderzoekexpertise omvat Europese politiek, extreem-rechtse politiek in Europa en Noord Amerika, euroscepticisme, populisme en politiek protest.

Andrej Zaslove
Andrej Zaslove is universitair docent Vergelijkende Politiek en verbonden aan het Institute for Management Research van de Radboud Universiteit. Kernthema’s van zijn onderzoek zijn politiek partijen, populisme, en immigratie.

    This article poses the question whether the Dutch system of organized interest representation faces a transformation from neo-corporatist mediation to lobbyism similar to Scandinavian countries. Its main claim is that this has so far not been the case, because two essential features of neo-corporatist interest mediation have remained prominent in the Netherlands. First, policies regarding labour conditions continue to be determined within a network of employers' organisations, trade unions, and the government that is essentially closed to outsiders. Second, the system continues to be hierarchical in nature: the government, often below the surface, demonstrates a considerable capacity to steer the participants in its preferred direction. Such a closed network still allows for lobbying the parliament by both network members and outsiders. Lobbying may thus be complementary to closed neo-corporatist networks rather than a substitute. The article offers a research agenda exploring the latter suggestion.


Agnes Akkerman
Agnes Akkerman is als universitair docent verbonden aan de Faculteit der Management Wetenschappen van de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. Recente publicaties van haar hand zijn 'Identifying Latent Conflict in Collective Bargaining', Rationality and Society 15(1): 15-43; 'A theory of soft policy implementation in multilevel systems with an application to Dutch social partnership', Acta Politica 39(1): 31-58. Adres: Thomas van Aquinostraat 5, Postbus 9108, 6500 HK Nijmegen,

    This paper offers an introduction to the research theme of 'lobbyism'. Recent Scandinavian research shows that lobbyism is a modern mirror view of corporatism, which develops through changes in the structure of decision-making and implementation by interest groups and government. Three questions are put forward: (a) what is the empirical evidence for the phenomenon of lobbyism? (b) what potential contribution could the concept of lobbyism make to a better understanding of corporatism in the Netherlands? (c) what are, according to the theory of collective decision-making, the most important differences between influence strategies in corporatist negotiation structures, and those in lobby networks?


René Torenvlied
René Torenvlied is als universitair hoofddocent verbonden aan de capaciteitsgroep Sociologie van de Universiteit Utrecht en het Interuniversitair Centrum voor Sociaal-wetenschappelijke theorievorming en methodenontwikkeling aldaar. Enkele recente publicaties zijn: 'When will they ever make up their minds? The social structure of unstable decision-making.' Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 28(3): 171-196 en 'Polarization and Policy Conflict.' Journal of Conflict Resolution, forthcoming. Adres: Heidelberglaan 2, 3884 CS Utrecht.
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Tijdschrift Beleid en Maatschappij, Aflevering 4 2005
Auteurs René Torenvlied
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    This paper offers an introduction to the research theme of 'lobbyism'. Recent Scandinavian research shows that lobbyism is a modern mirror view of corporatism, which develops through changes in the structure of decision-making and implementation by interest groups and government. Three questions are put forward: (a) what is the empirical evidence for the phenomenon of lobbyism? (b) what potential contribution could the concept of lobbyism make to a better understanding of corporatism in the Netherlands? (c) what are, according to the theory of collective decision-making, the most important differences between influence strategies in corporatist negotiation structures, and those in lobby networks?


René Torenvlied
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