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Organizational Learning and the Narcotic Effect
조직 학습과 중독 효과

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Authors
Park, Heejoon
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 노사관계연구소
Citation
Journal of industrial relations, Vol.17, pp. 71-89
Abstract
Despite arbitration has been widely spread during last three or four decades as a mean to resolve bargaining impasse in the public sector, still some people believe that arbitration is not compatible with genuine collective bargaining due to the narcotic effect. Surprisingly little theoretical attention, however, has been given to the narcotic effect. Based on the bounded rationality and organizational learning theory, the present study identified three potential mechanisms through which the usage of arbitration may increase the probability of its usage in the subsequent negotiation; uncertainty reduction, increased overconfidence, and ambiguity associated with arbitration outcomes. Some testable propositions were also proposed. Dispute settlement procedures can become habit-forming and negotiations become only a ritual (Final Report of the Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations, 1966, p.33).
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/30078
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College of Business Administration/Business School (경영대학/대학원)Institute of Industrial Relations (노사관계연구소)Seoul Journal of Industrial Relations (노사관계연구)Journal of industrial relations vol.17 (2006) (노사관계연구)
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