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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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Cataloging source
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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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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