The role of collective bargaining in the global economy : negotiating for social justice / edited by Susan Hayter.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar ; Geneva, Switzerland : International Labour Office, ©2011.
Description
x, 327 p. : ill.

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Contents
Negotiating employment security : innovations and derogations / Steffen Lehndorff and Thomas Haipeter --Negotiating working time in fragmented labour markets : realizing the promise of "regulated flexibility" / Sangheon Lee and Deirdre McCann -- Bargaining for training : converging or diverging interests? / Jason Heyes and Helen Rainbird -- Workplace change and productivity : does employee voice make a difference? / Fathi Fakhfakh, Virginie Pérotin and Andrew Robinson -- Mind the gap : collective bargaining and wage inequality / Susan Hayter and Bradley Weinberg- Illustrating the gap : collective bargaining and income distribution in Chile / Gerhard Reinecke and Maria Elena Valenzuela -- Collective bargaining in transition : measuring the effects of collective voice in China / Chang Hee Lee and Mingwei Liu -- The economic impact of collective bargaining coverage / Franz Traxler and Bernd Brandl -- New roles for unions and collective bargaining post the implosion of Wall Street capitalism / Richard Freeman -- Globalizing industrial relations : what role for international framework agreements? / Konstantinos Papadakis -- Conclusion / Susan Hayter.
ISBN
  • 9781849809764 (Elgar)
  • 1849809763
  • 9789221240990 (ILO : pbk.)
  • 9221240991 (ILO : pbk.)
LCCN
2010939217
OCLC
714723200
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