|Author (Person)||Dolvik, Jon Erik, Marginson, Paul|
|Series Title||European Journal of Industrial Relations|
|Series Details||Volume 24, Number 4|
|Publication Date||December 2018|
|ISSN||0959-6801 (print) | 1461-7129 (online)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
In the aftermath of the economic crisis which exploded a decade ago, much research has examined the impact on industrial relations in the countries most seriously affected, primarily in southern Europe. Either for domestic political reasons or under pressure from the Troika and other international actors, as well as the EU ‘new economic governance’, there has been a widespread drive to weaken collective regulation of employment and to devolve collective bargaining to company level.
Yet countries of northern Europe have not been immune to such developments, even if their form has been less severe and their imposition less dramatic. How and why has this occurred? This special issue explores collective bargaining under strain in a number of these countries, in particular the Nordic nations.
Collective wage regulation in northern Europe under strain: Multiple drivers of change and differing responses
Collective wage bargaining under strain in northern European construction: Resisting institutional drift?
The manufacturing sector: Still an anchor for pattern bargaining within and across countries?
Dealing with austerity and migration in the northern European cleaning sector: Social partner strategies to strengthen wage floors
Temporary work agencies: Triangular disorganization or multilevel regulation?
|Subject Categories||Employment and Social Affairs|
|Subject Tags||Industrial Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Northern Europe|