Industrial Relations in the New Europe: Enlargement, Integration and Reform

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
PART I The Impact of European Integration on Industrial Relations in Member States
21
2 European Convergence and the EU Social Model
23
A Different Reality?
41
The Hungarian Case
63
Gradualism and its Rigidities
81
Observations from the Spanish Experience with European Works Councils
99
Remaking Employment Relation through New Partnership in the UK
115
PART II The Impact of Public Management Reform Ideas in Europe on Public Sector Industrial Relations
153
Structural Changes in German Public Sector Collective Bargaining
155
Is the Status of Civil Servants an obstacle to Efficient HRM?
177
11 Staff Participation in the Administrative Reform of the Flemish Community
191
12 Public Management Reform and Employee Voice in UK Public Services
211
13 Concluding Analysis
235
Index
257
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8 The Only Game in Town? British Trade Unions and the European Union
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