Beneath the Surface of Stability: New and Old Modes of Governance in European Industrial Relations

@inproceedings{Visser2005BeneathTS,
  title={Beneath the Surface of Stability: New and Old Modes of Governance in European Industrial Relations},
  author={Jelle Visser},
  year={2005}
}
Despite surface stability, there are significant changes in the modes of governance regulating the relationship between law and collective bargaining as a source of labour rights, and between norms defined at EU, national, sectoral and company level. This article focuses on the European integration process as a key source of change, first outlining the weaknesses of informal coordination of wage bargaining within and across countries, then discussing the tensions for trade unions created by… CONTINUE READING

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