The move towards greater flexibility and decentralization has encouraged a deeply pessimistic view of labor market change: the broad movement to more decentralized employment relations is seen as a form of privatization, a withdrawal of public concern with labor market processes and outcomes, and a retreat from public intervention in them. This pessimism is normally accompanied by an equally bleak view regarding the possibility of using political processes to construct a meaningful new collective labor agreement. Colin Crouch, a political scientist with specialized knowledge of employment relations, suggests that, ‘the fundamental cause of democratic decline in contemporary politics is the major imbalance now developing between the role of corporate interests and those of virtually all oth
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