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Author Lowitzsch, Jens.

Title Financial participation of employees in the EU-27 / Jens Lowitzsch
Published Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
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Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 327 pages) : illustrations
Series Studies in economic transition
Studies in economic transition.
Contents The Current Situation in Europe -- Towards a European Concept for Financial Participation -- Conclusions and Summary -- The Challenge: Functional Changes in Property Rights in Europe / H. Roggemann & J. Lowitzsch -- Legal Framework for Implementing Financial Participation at the Supranational Level / J. Lowitzsch & N. Spitsa -- Systematic Overview of Financial Participation / J. Lowitzsch & A. Bormann -- The U.S. ESOP as an Example of an Advanced Model / J.D. Menke, S. Hanisch & J. Lowitzsch -- Benchmarking Financial Participation in the EU / I. Hashi, R. Woodward & J. Lowitzsch -- Country Profiles For Each Country (I.-XXIX.) / J. Lowitzsch, N. Spitsa & S. Hanisch
Summary The authors of this volume build upon the 2003 report of the European Parliament on asset formation, which called on the Commission to launch an initiative to promote Financial Participation of Employees. This book embraces all aspects and forms of Financial Participation. It promotes A European Platform for Financial Participation, providing a summary of the development of employee financial participation in the EU 27. This book offers an overview of the situation across the Member and Candidate countries as of 2007, and a proposal for a European policy, for example, the 'Building Block Approach', which draws upon the experience of employee financial participation in Western Europe as it relates to the European integration process. This book includes an outline of functional changes in property rights in Europe and reports on the legal framework for implementation of financial participation at a supranational level including tax incentives and a systematic overview of financial participation. It further presents the U.S. Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) as an example of an advanced model. For the first time, comparable empirical evidence of employee financial participation in the EU member and candidate countries is made available
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Employee ownership -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.
Employee ownership -- European Union countries.
Form Electronic book
Author Palgrave Connect (Online service)
ISBN 0230274161 (electronic bk.)
9780230274167 (electronic bk.)
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