Parity Principle

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  • An approach to organizing a system in which there are parties with competing economic interests. Each party is given equal weight in the decision-making process. The classic example would be a union and the owners of the business with whom it negotiates a labor contract. Consequently, the entities created by collective agreement are usually administered by joint bodies composed of equal numbers of representatives from both sides.

    10.4135/9781412972024.n1818

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