Social Partnership in the European Union

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ISBN-13:
9781403900821
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Seiten:
218
Autor:
H. Compston
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Englisch
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This study examines the extent to which the development and operation of social partnership at EU level can be explained in terms of the logic of self-interest, as opposed to factors such as the influence of ideas or of cultural or ideological values. The editors have assembled a team of international authors with rare expertise, who present fresh and original data based on extensive research interviews with the main players, from the highest level through to those involved in the detail of the negotiations.
This study examines the extent to which the development and operation of social partnership at EU level can be explained in terms of the logic of self-interest, as opposed to factors such as the influence of ideas or of cultural or ideological values. The editors have assembled a team of international authors with rare expertise, who present fresh and original data based on extensive research interviews with the main players, from the highest level through to those involved in the detail of the negotiations.
List of Tables Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Introduction; H.Compston ETUC and European Social Partnership: A Third Turning Point?; J.E.Dølvik & J.Visser European Employers: Social Partners?; A.Branch & J.Greenwood The Impact of the Social Dialogue Procedure on the Powers of European Union Institutions; D.Obradovic The Intergovernmental Dimension of EU Social Partnership; H.Compston The European Sectoral Social Dialogue; T.Weber Social Partnership in the European Union; H.Compston & J.Greenwood Appendix 1: The Legal Basis of the Social Partnership Procedure in the Treaty of Amsterdam Appendix 2: The 1996 Parental Leave Directive Appendix 3: The 1997 Part-time Work Directive Appendix 4: The 1999 Fixed-term Work Directive References Bibliography Index
This study examines the extent to which the development and operation of social partnership at EU level can be explained in terms of the logic of self-interest, as opposed to factors such as the influence of ideas or of cultural or ideological values. The editors have assembled a team of international authors with rare expertise, who present fresh and original data based on extensive research interviews with the main players, from the highest level through to those involved in the detail of the negotiations.

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