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Democracy at work in the proposed Company Law Package

Figure 4.13 Cross-border transfers of seat (2013–2017)

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One step forward, two steps back for democracy at work in the Company Law Package

Research conducted at the University of Maastricht for theETUI indicates that cross-border corporate reorganisationsare becoming increasingly widespread, despite the lackof an EU legal framework for cross-border conversions ordivisions, and the existence of fundamental inconsistenciesbetween Member States’ legislation on these matters(Figures 4.13 and 4.14) (Biermeyer and Meyer 2018).

more information in  Benchmarking Working Europe 2019 - Chapter 4 Democracy at work

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Date of publication
2019
Themes
Organisation du travail , Participation des travailleurs

Keywords

Organisation du travail

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Mehmet Koksal

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