Complementarities between employee involvement and financial participation : do institutional context, differing measures, and empirical methods matter?

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Nimeke: Complementarities between employee involvement and financial participation : do institutional context, differing measures, and empirical methods matter?
Tekijä: Jones, Derek C. ; Kalmi, Panu ; Kato, Takao ; Mäkinen, Mikko
Sarjan nimi: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
Sarjan volyymi: 70
Sarjan numero: 2
Julkaisuvuosi: 2017
Ilmestymispäivämäärä: 1.3.2017
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0019793916657538
Sivut: 395–418
Asiasanat (yso): yritykset; tuottavuus
Hakusanat: Suomi; teollisuusyritykset
Muut hakusanat: new workplace practices; employee involvement; financial participation; HRM; complementarities; firm productivity
Tiivistelmä: The authors investigate whether productivity is greater if firms use employee involvement (EI) in decision making and financial participation (FP) as complementary practices. Based on representative panel data from Finnish manufacturing firms, the study uses diverse specifications to examine different theoretical explanations of the productivity effects of complementarities. The authors find virtually no evidence to support the theory of complementarities when EI and FP are simply measured by their incidence. They do find some evidence for complementarities using cross-sectional data (controlling for several covariates that related work has found to be important for firm performance) and also when analyses use measures of the intensity of FP. In accounting for differences in empirical findings across varying settings, the findings suggest that outcomes depend on the institutional context and are sensitive to variation in measurement and analytical methods.


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