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The Resource Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis, editor, Sylvaine Laulom ; general editor, Frank Hendrickx ; founding editor, Roger Blanpain ; contributors, Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier [and 22 others]

Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis, editor, Sylvaine Laulom ; general editor, Frank Hendrickx ; founding editor, Roger Blanpain ; contributors, Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier [and 22 others]

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Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis
Title
Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis
Statement of responsibility
editor, Sylvaine Laulom ; general editor, Frank Hendrickx ; founding editor, Roger Blanpain ; contributors, Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier [and 22 others]
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Author
Editor
Subject
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Language
eng
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YLS
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1932-2016
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  • Laulom, Sylvaine
  • Hendrickx, Frank
  • Blanpain, R.
  • Berthier, Pierre-Emmanuel
Series statement
Bulletin of comparative labour relations
Series volume
99
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  • Collective bargaining
  • Collective labor agreements
  • Labor policy
  • Collective bargaining
  • Collective labor agreements
  • Labor policy
  • Europe
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Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis, editor, Sylvaine Laulom ; general editor, Frank Hendrickx ; founding editor, Roger Blanpain ; contributors, Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier [and 22 others]
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Publication
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction Sylvaine Laulom; Part I The Changing Structures of Collective Bargaining; Chapter 1 From Decentralisation of Collective Bargaining to De-collectivisation of Industrial Relations Systems? Sylvaine Laulom; Chapter 2 Chasing the Holy Grail? Stumbling Collective Bargaining in Eastern Europe and the Hungarian Experiment Tamás Gyulavári; Chapter 3 How Can Decentralisation of Collective Bargaining Be Achieved? A Typology of Legal Incentives Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier & Olivier Leclerc; Chapter 4 The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Collective Agreements in Poland Lukasz Pisarczyk; Chapter 5 Collective Bargaining in Romania: The Aftermath of an Earthquake Felicia Rosioru; Chapter 6 The Importance of Sectoral Collective Bargaining in Austria Elisabeth Brameshuber; Chapter 7 The Revival of Sectoral Collective Bargaining: The Portuguese Experience Teresa Coelho Moreira; Chapter 8 The Spanish Example Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez & José María Miranda Boto; Part II The Contents of Collective Agreements: Old and New Issues A Wages; Chapter 9 Decentralisation of Wage Setting Mechanisms and Statutory Minimum Wage: Towards the End of Sectoral Collective Bargaining? Piera Loi; Chapter 10 Measures of Wage Moderation in Times of Crisis: The Example of Belgium Fabienne Kéfer; Chapter 11 Decentralized Collective Bargaining: A Solution to Economic Crisis? {u2013} The Case of Turkey Kübra Dogan Yenisey & Berrin Ceylan Ataman; B Working Time Chapter 12 Negotiating Working Time in Times of Crisis Lukasz Pisarczyk; Chapter 13 Negotiating Working Time in Time of Crisis: The {u2018}El Khomri Law{u2019} Christophe Vigneau; C New Issues Chapter 14 Work-Life Balance in Collective Agreements Barbara Kresal; Chapter 15 Older Employees, Extended Working Lives, and Collective Bargaining Jenny Julén Votinius; Chapter 16 Collective Bargaining with Regard to Young Employees: Importance and Challenges Judith Brockmann; Part III Expanding Spaces and New Boundaries of Collective Agreements Chapter 17 Collective Autonomy for On-Demand Workers? Normative Arguments, Current Practices and Legal Ways Forward Auriane Lamine & Jeremias Prassl; Chapter 18 Are Agency Workers Protected by Trade Unions?: A Case Study from the Netherlands Nicola Gundt; Chapter 19 Multi-Employer Situations and Collective Bargaining: The Hungarian Cases Gábor Kártyás; Chapter 20 A Study in Red and Blue: A Comparison of Collective Bargaining in Carrefour in Some EU Countries José María Miranda Boto, Teresa Coelho Moreira, Florence Debord, Sonia Fernández Sánchez, Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez & Lukasz Pisarczyk
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 342 pages
Isbn
9789041189998
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1015728072
Label
Collective bargaining developments in times of crisis, editor, Sylvaine Laulom ; general editor, Frank Hendrickx ; founding editor, Roger Blanpain ; contributors, Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier [and 22 others]
Publication
Distribution
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction Sylvaine Laulom; Part I The Changing Structures of Collective Bargaining; Chapter 1 From Decentralisation of Collective Bargaining to De-collectivisation of Industrial Relations Systems? Sylvaine Laulom; Chapter 2 Chasing the Holy Grail? Stumbling Collective Bargaining in Eastern Europe and the Hungarian Experiment Tamás Gyulavári; Chapter 3 How Can Decentralisation of Collective Bargaining Be Achieved? A Typology of Legal Incentives Pierre-Emmanuel Berthier & Olivier Leclerc; Chapter 4 The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Collective Agreements in Poland Lukasz Pisarczyk; Chapter 5 Collective Bargaining in Romania: The Aftermath of an Earthquake Felicia Rosioru; Chapter 6 The Importance of Sectoral Collective Bargaining in Austria Elisabeth Brameshuber; Chapter 7 The Revival of Sectoral Collective Bargaining: The Portuguese Experience Teresa Coelho Moreira; Chapter 8 The Spanish Example Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez & José María Miranda Boto; Part II The Contents of Collective Agreements: Old and New Issues A Wages; Chapter 9 Decentralisation of Wage Setting Mechanisms and Statutory Minimum Wage: Towards the End of Sectoral Collective Bargaining? Piera Loi; Chapter 10 Measures of Wage Moderation in Times of Crisis: The Example of Belgium Fabienne Kéfer; Chapter 11 Decentralized Collective Bargaining: A Solution to Economic Crisis? {u2013} The Case of Turkey Kübra Dogan Yenisey & Berrin Ceylan Ataman; B Working Time Chapter 12 Negotiating Working Time in Times of Crisis Lukasz Pisarczyk; Chapter 13 Negotiating Working Time in Time of Crisis: The {u2018}El Khomri Law{u2019} Christophe Vigneau; C New Issues Chapter 14 Work-Life Balance in Collective Agreements Barbara Kresal; Chapter 15 Older Employees, Extended Working Lives, and Collective Bargaining Jenny Julén Votinius; Chapter 16 Collective Bargaining with Regard to Young Employees: Importance and Challenges Judith Brockmann; Part III Expanding Spaces and New Boundaries of Collective Agreements Chapter 17 Collective Autonomy for On-Demand Workers? Normative Arguments, Current Practices and Legal Ways Forward Auriane Lamine & Jeremias Prassl; Chapter 18 Are Agency Workers Protected by Trade Unions?: A Case Study from the Netherlands Nicola Gundt; Chapter 19 Multi-Employer Situations and Collective Bargaining: The Hungarian Cases Gábor Kártyás; Chapter 20 A Study in Red and Blue: A Comparison of Collective Bargaining in Carrefour in Some EU Countries José María Miranda Boto, Teresa Coelho Moreira, Florence Debord, Sonia Fernández Sánchez, Yolanda Maneiro Vázquez & Lukasz Pisarczyk
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 342 pages
Isbn
9789041189998
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1015728072

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