Designed to change the economic and social life of Germany, the Federal Republic of Germany enacted the Co-Determination Act of 1976. The author of this commentary analyzes the basic content of the Act, outlines its central theme and scope of application and the probable effects of the Act upon the operation of German business enterprises.
A New Constitution for German Big Business: The Co-Determination Act of 1976,
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