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Changing industrial relations in Europe / edited by Anthony Ferner and Richard Hyman.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford : Blackwell Publishers, 1998.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 0631205500
  • 0631205519
Uniform titles:
  • Industrial relations in the new Europe.
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 331.094 21
LOC classification:
  • HD8380.5
Contents:
1. Great Britain: From Partial Collectivism to Neo-liberalism to Where? / Paul Edwards, Mark Hall and Richard Hyman -- 2. Ireland: Corporatism Revived / Ferdinand Von Prondzynski -- 3. Sweden: Restoring the Model? / Anders Kjellberg -- 4. Norway: The Revival of Centralized Concertation / Jon Erik Dolvik and Torgeir Aarvaag Stokke -- 5. Denmark: A Less Regulated Model / Steen Scheuer -- 6. Finland: Continuity and Modest Moves Towards Company-level Corporatism / Kari Lilja -- 7. Germany: Facing New Challenges / Otto Jacobi, Berndt Keller and Walther Muller-Jentsch -- 8. Austria: Still the Country of Corporatism / Franz Traxler -- 9. Switzerland: Still as Smooth as Clockwork? / Robert Fluder and Beat Hotz-Hart -- 10. The Netherlands: The Return of Responsive Corporatism / Jelle Visser -- 11. Belgium: The Great Transformation / Jacques Vilrokx and Jim Van Leemput -- 12. Luxembourg: A Small Success Story / Gary Tunsch -- 13. France: The Limits of Reform / Janine Goetschy -- 14. Portugal: Industrial Relations under Democracy / Jose Barretto and Reinhard Naumann -- 15. Spain: Regulating Employment and Social Fragmentation / Miguel Martinez Lucio -- 16. Italy: The Dual Character of Industrial Relations / Ida Regalia and Marino Regini -- 17. Greece: The Maturing of the System / Nicos D. Kritsantonis.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Previous edition published under the title: Industrial relations in the new Europe.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Great Britain: From Partial Collectivism to Neo-liberalism to Where? / Paul Edwards, Mark Hall and Richard Hyman -- 2. Ireland: Corporatism Revived / Ferdinand Von Prondzynski -- 3. Sweden: Restoring the Model? / Anders Kjellberg -- 4. Norway: The Revival of Centralized Concertation / Jon Erik Dolvik and Torgeir Aarvaag Stokke -- 5. Denmark: A Less Regulated Model / Steen Scheuer -- 6. Finland: Continuity and Modest Moves Towards Company-level Corporatism / Kari Lilja -- 7. Germany: Facing New Challenges / Otto Jacobi, Berndt Keller and Walther Muller-Jentsch -- 8. Austria: Still the Country of Corporatism / Franz Traxler -- 9. Switzerland: Still as Smooth as Clockwork? / Robert Fluder and Beat Hotz-Hart -- 10. The Netherlands: The Return of Responsive Corporatism / Jelle Visser -- 11. Belgium: The Great Transformation / Jacques Vilrokx and Jim Van Leemput -- 12. Luxembourg: A Small Success Story / Gary Tunsch -- 13. France: The Limits of Reform / Janine Goetschy -- 14. Portugal: Industrial Relations under Democracy / Jose Barretto and Reinhard Naumann -- 15. Spain: Regulating Employment and Social Fragmentation / Miguel Martinez Lucio -- 16. Italy: The Dual Character of Industrial Relations / Ida Regalia and Marino Regini -- 17. Greece: The Maturing of the System / Nicos D. Kritsantonis.