Fragmented Democracy and Employee Participation in Nigeria

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Opute, J. (2019). Fragmented Democracy and Employee Participation in Nigeria. in: Koch, K. (ed.) International Comparative Employee Relations: The role of culture and language Edward Elgar Publishing.
AuthorsOpute, J.
EditorsKoch, K.
Abstract

The chapter discusses the extent to which fragmentation in the democratic process in Nigeria has impacted on employee participation and in particular the roles of all the instructional settings in the country

KeywordsNigeria; Democracy; Employee Participation; Trade unions; Employer Association
Year2019
Book titleInternational Comparative Employee Relations: The role of culture and language
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
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Print02 Dec 2019
Online02 Dec 2019
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Accepted05 Nov 2019
Deposited13 Feb 2020
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4337/978188973229
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