|Author (Person)||Pulignano, Valeria|
|Series Title||European Journal of Industrial Relations|
|Series Details||Vol.22, No.1, March 2016, p39–55|
|Publication Date||March 2016|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Transformations of European labour markets and welfare systems have deepened the problem of precarious work, leading trade unions to develop strategies to represent and organize the workers affected.
We focus on Italy and Spain, two of the countries with the most precarious labour markets in Europe, and address the specificity and variety of union responses. We relate these responses to the different institutional contexts, including employment and welfare regulation, and the power resources unions can draw upon.
|Subject Categories||Employment and Social Affairs|
|Countries / Regions||Europe, Italy, Spain|