The ETUI monitors, coordinates, and conducts research on multinational corporations and their strategies, particularly as far as employment, working conditions, and worker participation are concerned.
Author: Peter Pawlicki (IG Metall)
This background analysis looks at the development and success of two Chinese companies, Huawei and ZTE, as major players on the global market of telecommunications equipment producers. The case of both companies indicates the importance of integrated industrial policies and can serve as a wake-up call for all policy stakeholders in the EU.
Authors: Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI), Rutvica Andrijasevic (Univ Bristol, UK) and Devi Sacchetto (Univ. Padua, Italy)
This book investigates restructuring in the electronics industry and in particular the impact of a ‘Chinese’ labour regime on work and employment practices in the electronics assembly in Europe.
Author(s) : Béla Galgóczi (ETUI), Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI) and Magdalena Bernaciak (ETUI)
This book investigates the role that foreign direct investment (FDI) in central-eastern and southern Europe has played in the post-crisis period, comparing patterns across countries and sectors.
Edited by : Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI)
This book focuses on the dynamics of outsourcing in Europe from the perspective of employees. In particular, it considers one insufficiently studied aspect: the impact of outsourcing on working conditions and employment relations in companies. The book also collects lessons learned from the efforts of employees and trade unions to shape outsourcing decisions, processes and their impact on employment and working conditions.
Peter Pawlicki (IG Metall)
Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI), Rutvica Andrijasevic (Univ Bristol, UK) and Devi Sacchetto (Univ. Padua, Italy)
Béla Galgóczi (ETUI), Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI) and Magdalena Bernaciak (ETUI)
Jan Drahokoupil (ETUI)
Sonila Danaj and Markku Sippola (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Valeria Pulignano (KU Leuven)
Maarten van Klaveren and Kea Tijdens (AIAS, Amsterdam), Denis Gregory (TURU, Oxford)