The Danish Negotiated Economy

    Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskning

    Resumé

    Denmark is characterised by a number of distinct traits: a small and open economy, a stable democratic political system, a high proportion of organised wage earners covered by collective agreements, a political culture marked by social partnership, and a long tradition of institutionalised class cooperation. In this sense, Denmark has not only developed from a market to a mixed economy, but from a mixed to a negotiated economy.

    Because of its political history, the institutional structure in Denmark is hybrid. Market power and state authority are mixed in corporate bodies. Public authority is delegated to a large number of private and semipublic institutions, and decisions are taken in negotiations among mutually autonomous and collectively organised partners.
    Denmark is characterised by a number of distinct traits: a small and open economy, a stable democratic political system, a high proportion of organised wage earners covered by collective agreements, a political culture marked by social partnership, and a long tradition of institutionalised class cooperation. In this sense, Denmark has not only developed from a market to a mixed economy, but from a mixed to a negotiated economy.

    Because of its political history, the institutional structure in Denmark is hybrid. Market power and state authority are mixed in corporate bodies. Public authority is delegated to a large number of private and semipublic institutions, and decisions are taken in negotiations among mutually autonomous and collectively organised partners.
    SprogEngelsk
    TidsskriftEthos
    Vol/bindAugust
    Udgave nummer11
    Sider19-25
    ISSN1793-3773
    StatusUdgivet - aug. 2012

    Emneord

      Citer dette

      Pedersen, Ove K./ The Danish Negotiated Economy. I: Ethos. 2012 ; Bind August, Nr. 11. s. 19-25
      @article{ce3316fc763544f49e1672d420e96f8b,
      title = "The Danish Negotiated Economy",
      abstract = "Denmark is characterised by a number of distinct traits: a small and open economy, a stable democratic political system, a high proportion of organised wage earners covered by collective agreements, a political culture marked by social partnership, and a long tradition of institutionalised class cooperation. In this sense, Denmark has not only developed from a market to a mixed economy, but from a mixed to a negotiated economy.Because of its political history, the institutional structure in Denmark is hybrid. Market power and state authority are mixed in corporate bodies. Public authority is delegated to a large number of private and semipublic institutions, and decisions are taken in negotiations among mutually autonomous and collectively organised partners.",
      keywords = "Governance, Economics, Leadership and Management",
      author = "Pedersen, {Ove K.}",
      year = "2012",
      month = "8",
      language = "English",
      volume = "August",
      pages = "19--25",
      journal = "Ethos",
      issn = "1793-3773",
      publisher = "Civil Service College Singapore",
      number = "11",

      }

      Pedersen, OK 2012, 'The Danish Negotiated Economy' Ethos, bind August, nr. 11, s. 19-25.

      The Danish Negotiated Economy. / Pedersen, Ove K.

      I: Ethos, Bind August, Nr. 11, 08.2012, s. 19-25.

      Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskning

      TY - JOUR

      T1 - The Danish Negotiated Economy

      AU - Pedersen,Ove K.

      PY - 2012/8

      Y1 - 2012/8

      N2 - Denmark is characterised by a number of distinct traits: a small and open economy, a stable democratic political system, a high proportion of organised wage earners covered by collective agreements, a political culture marked by social partnership, and a long tradition of institutionalised class cooperation. In this sense, Denmark has not only developed from a market to a mixed economy, but from a mixed to a negotiated economy.Because of its political history, the institutional structure in Denmark is hybrid. Market power and state authority are mixed in corporate bodies. Public authority is delegated to a large number of private and semipublic institutions, and decisions are taken in negotiations among mutually autonomous and collectively organised partners.

      AB - Denmark is characterised by a number of distinct traits: a small and open economy, a stable democratic political system, a high proportion of organised wage earners covered by collective agreements, a political culture marked by social partnership, and a long tradition of institutionalised class cooperation. In this sense, Denmark has not only developed from a market to a mixed economy, but from a mixed to a negotiated economy.Because of its political history, the institutional structure in Denmark is hybrid. Market power and state authority are mixed in corporate bodies. Public authority is delegated to a large number of private and semipublic institutions, and decisions are taken in negotiations among mutually autonomous and collectively organised partners.

      KW - Governance

      KW - Economics

      KW - Leadership and Management

      M3 - Journal article

      VL - August

      SP - 19

      EP - 25

      JO - Ethos

      T2 - Ethos

      JF - Ethos

      SN - 1793-3773

      IS - 11

      ER -

      Pedersen OK. The Danish Negotiated Economy. Ethos. 2012 aug;August(11):19-25.