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Corporatist theory assumes a close association between centralized structures of interest intermediation and policy concertation, but recent social pacts have occurred in countries without these structures. Recent literature has focused instead on the processes involved in negotiating pacts. We...
This article studies the determinants of subjective job insecurity in five European countries (Belgium, Finland, Germany, Spain and The Netherlands), using data from the WageIndicator web survey. The impact of different variables is estimated using logistic regression.The analysis shows that...
In OECD countries, unemployment disproportionately affects low-skilled workers. This article examines four explanations: wage-setting institutions, employment regulation, globalization and monetary policy. The analysis is based on pooled regressions for 21 affluent countries over the period...
This article investigates the impact of Europeanization on corporatist policy concertation by emphasizing the mediation of political cleavages.The analysis shows that in Switzerland, Europeanization has tended to strengthen policy concertation on labour market issues related to the EU, whereas...
This article questions the view of leading advocates of lean production and high-performance work practices that these increase employee influence. It examines workers’ experiences in the automobile and aerospace sectors in Italy and the UK. Despite national differences in industrial relations...
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