The Europeanisation – or the erosion – of industrial relations?
Industrial Relations Journal, 32
This article considers the impact of European integration on industrial relations. An industrial relations regime can be understood as a tension between employment structured by market dynamics and broader social regulation, between the principles of contract and status. Economic Europeanisation threatens this relationship. Its survival may depend on new forms of supranational regulation, but not necessarily as the ‘social dimension’ of Europeanisation is customarily conceived.
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||H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
||05 May 2006
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