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European Annual Review, European Industrial Relations: Annual Review 2001/2002

Brian Towers (Editor), Michael Terry (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-4051-0876-8
264 pages
November 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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Published each year, this review identifies key events in European industrial relations, political economy and social policy during the preceeding year and invites leading academic commentators from across the EU to assess their significance.

  • Identifies the significant trends and developments in the relationship between employers, trade unions and employees, employment and employment law.
  • Investigates the key events in European industrial relations, political economy and social policy during the preceeding year.
  • Edited by a team of leading European experts who write in a lucid and accessible style.
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Preface: What about the Citizens? The European Union in 2001 and Beyond (Brian Towers).

1. The Politics of Europe 2001: Adversity and Persistence (Erik Jones).

2. Unemployment, the 'new economy' and EU economic performance (Steve Bradley).

3. A Transition Year for Employment in Europe: EU Governance and National Diversity Under Scrutiny (Janine Goetschy).

4. The European Company Statue: Employee Involvement--and Beyond (Berndt Keller).

5. Multinationals in Europe 2001-2: Home Country, Host Country and Sector Effects in the Context of Crisis (Ian Clark, Trevor Colling, Phil Almond, Paddy Gunnigle, Mike Morley, Rene Peters and Maria Portillo).

6. Trade Unions' Changing Role: Membership Erosion, Organisational Reform, and Social Partnership in Europe (Bernhard Ebbinghaus).

7. Reinventing the European Corporation? Corporate Governance, Social Policy and the Single Market (Catherine Barnard and Simon Deakin).

8. Gender Mainstreaming and Gender Equality in the EU Employment Strategy (Jill Rubery).

9. Employment Relations in Central and Eastern Europe in 2001: An Emerging capitalist Periphery (Roderick Martin and Anamaria Cristescu-Martin).

10. European Industrial Relations in 2001: A Chronicle of Events (mark Gilman and Andrea Broughton).

Index.
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Brian Towers is Professor of Industrial Relations at Nottingham Business School and Professor Emeritus at Strathclyde Business School.

Mike Terry is Professor of Industrial Relations at Warwick Business School.

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  • Identifies the significant trends and developments in the relationship between employers, trade unions and employees, employment and employment law.
  • Investigates the key events in European industrial relations, political economy and social policy during the preceeding year.
  • Edited by a team of leading European experts who write in a lucid and accessible style.
See More

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