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連帯の再建:欧州にみる労働組合、不安定労働と制度改革の政治学

Reconstructing Solidarity : Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe

Doellgast, Virginia (EDT)   Lillie, Nathan (EDT)   Pulignano, Valeria (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2018/03
250 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198791843
装丁違いISBN: 0198853556
KCN: 1028679479
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018.

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Reconstructing Solidarity explores the struggles of unions against the expansion of precarious work in Europe, and the implications of these struggles for worker solidarity and institutional change.
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Table of Contents

1: Virginia Doellgast, Nathan Lillie, and Valeria Pulignano: From dualization to solidarity: Halting the cycle of precarity 2: Damian Grimshaw, Stefania Marino, Dominique Anxo, Jerome Gautie, Laszlo Neumann and Claudia Weinkopf: Negotiating better conditions for workers during austerity in Europe: Unions' local strategies towards low pay and outsourcing in local government 3: Ines Wagner and Bjarke Refslund: Cutting to the bone: Workers' solidarity in the Danish-German slaughterhouse industry 4: Carlotta Benvegnu, Bettina Haidinger, and Devi Sacchetto: Restructuring labour relations and employment in the European logistics sector: Unions' responses to a segmented workforce 5: Valeria Pulignano and Nadja Doerflinger: Labour markets, solidarity and precarious work: Comparing local unions' responses to management flexibility strategies in the German and Belgian metalworking and chemical industries 6: Chiara Benassi and Lisa Dorigatti: The political economy of agency work in Italy and Germany: Explaining diverging trajectories in collective bargaining outcomes 7: Adam Mrozowicki, Branko Bembic, Kairit Kall, Malgorzata Maciejewska, and Miroslav Stanojevic: Union campaigns against precarious work in the retail sector of Estonia, Poland, and Slovenia 8: Ian Greer, Barbara Samaluk, and Charles Umney: Better strategies for herding cats? Forms of solidarity among freelance musicians in London, Paris and Ljubljana 9: Maite Tapia and Jane Holgate: Fighting precariousness: Union strategies towards migrant workers in the UK, France, and Germany 10: Sonila Danaj, Erka Caro, Laura Mankki, Markku Sippola, and Nathan Lillie: Unions and Migrant Workers: The Perspective of Estonians in Finland and Albanians in Italy and Greece 11: Steven Vallas: Conclusions. The Puzzle of Precarity: Structure, Strategies, and Worker Solidarity