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Mapping the frontier of theory in industrial relations: The contested role of worker representation
The widespread decline of trade unions and the emergence of various alternative forms of worker voice and representation have posed a challenge to the field of industrial relations and generatedExpand
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Trade union revitalisation: Where are we now? Where to next?
In this article, we review and assess research on the role of trade unions in labour markets and society, the current decline of unions and union revitalisation. The review shows three main trends.Expand
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Striking a balance? Flexibility and security in collective bargaining
Often neglected in flexicurity studies is the question of how collective bargaining contributes to the development of flexicurity, despite the continued resilience of this form of regulation in manyExpand
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Importing low-density ideas to high-density revitalisation: The ‘organising model’ in Denmark
Why did union officials from a high-union-density country like Denmark choose to import an organising strategy from low-density countries such as the US and the UK? Drawing on in-depth interviewsExpand
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Strained Compromises? Danish Flexicurity During Crisis
The Danish concept of flexicurity in a `Golden Triangle´ of low job protection, high income security and high employment security is not only about a balance between labor market flexibility andExpand
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Challenging Scandinavian employment relations: the effects of new public management reforms
Building on the convergence/divergence approach, this paper examines whether recent new public management (NPM) inspired reforms entailing inter alia cutbacks in the public sector, marketisation andExpand
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Making sense of employer collectivism – The case of Danish wage bargaining under recession
This conceptual article argues that preferences of employers for collective action cannot be reduced to rational actors making decisions based on market structures or institutional logics. BothExpand
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The Role of Mediation Institutions in Sweden and Denmark after Centralized Bargaining
This article compares coordinated collective bargaining in Sweden and Denmark after centralized bargaining. Existing theories — power resource and cross-class alliance theory — seem capable ofExpand
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