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Enforced) and stable. Institutions and trust The concern to have an appropriate institutional framework to encourage firms and workers to invest in firm-specific skills stems, in part, from the view of actor opportunism that is shared by transaction cost economists and writers within the varieties of capitalism approach. Therefore, it is not surprising that neo-classical economists, who have a slightly different view of human nature, first, do not call for institutions to overcome the problem of opportunism and, second, see no need for institutions to encourage certain types of strategic interaction between actors.
Hall and Soskice (2001b: 25, see also 24) have been a little more specific in the type of institutions that they see as providing a ‘protective governance structure’ for skills that are ‘imperfectly transferable across employers’, that is, for skills that are firm specific. They have argued that works councils provide ‘employees with security against arbitrary layoffs or changes to their working conditions’, and they, thereby, ‘encourage employees to invest in company-specific skills and extra effort’.
The relationships that are more often found in this type of economy are characterized by incomplete contracting (and, consequently, a greater reliance on relational contracting), networks that, first, facilitate the exchange of private information and, second, enable monitoring on the basis of that information. The relationships are also marked by a greater reliance on collaboration, and not competition, with other companies. It is a contention within the varieties of capitalism approach that these non-market institutions facilitate qualitatively different forms of co-ordination than those that are fostered in LMEs (Soskice, 1999: 104) and that this is likely to be reflected in companies’ strategies as well as in success in certain product markets (Hall and Soskice, 2001b: 8–9).
The Varieties of Capitalism Paradigm: Explaining Germany's Comparative Advantage? (New Perspectives in German Studies) by M. Allen