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This article discusses two cases, Germany and The Netherlands, whose systems of trade unionism have historically shared a number of characteristics, in particular a commitment to industrial unionism. In both countries a profound transformation of union organization is under way, affecting in...
This article examines the key debates and intellectual currents in French industrial relations in the past decade. The focus of attention has shifted from working conditions, relations between social groups, macro-social processes and conflict to the labour market, the company and social and...
This article argues that, in the 1990s, the long decline of concertation between governments and organized interests over economic policies has been reversed in several European countries. This can be seen most visibly in Italy, where highly successful tripartite agreements have been reached and...
The central theme for discussion at the IREC (Industrial Relations in the European Community network) Conference held in Copenhagen in September 1996 was `Industrial Relations in Europe: Convergence or Diversification?'. This article - by three of the organizers - presents a comparative...
This article addresses the interplay between international competition and national institutional patterns. It discusses the involvement of Japanese transnational corporations (TNCs) in the contemporary restructuring of work organization and industrial relations in three European countries with...
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