European Dimensions to Collective Bargaining: New Symmetries within an Asymmetric Process?

19 Pages Posted: 21 Feb 2003

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Paul Marginson

Warwick Business School

Keith Sisson

University of Warwick

Abstract

The impact of economic and monetary union on the structures, processes and agenda of collective bargaining at sector and company levels is explored. Drawing on cross-national evidence from two sectors, considerable differences between sectors within national boundaries are identified, but also some striking parallels within sectors across national boundaries. Convergence and greater diversity are simultaneously evident.

Suggested Citation

Marginson, Paul and Sisson, Keith, European Dimensions to Collective Bargaining: New Symmetries within an Asymmetric Process?. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=330372

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