Ce livre analyse l’évolution des syndicats dans onze pays (Autriche, France, Allemagne, Grèce, Hongrie, Italie, Pays-Bas, Pologne, Espagne, Suède et Royaume-Uni) depuis le début des années 2000. Les différents chapitres de cet ouvrage mettent l'accent sur les ressources structurelles, organisationnelles, institutionnelles et discursives des syndicats.


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Steffen Lehndorff, Heiner Dribbusch and Thorsten Schulten: European trade unions in a time of crises — an overview

Jean-Marie Pernot: France’s trade unions in the aftermath of the crisis

Holm-Detlev Köhler and José Pablo Calleja Jiménez: Spain: a peripheral economy and a vulnerable trade union movement

Salvo Leonardi: Trade unions and collective bargaining in Italy during the crisis

Markos Vogiatzoglou: Re-paving the path to hell? Greek trade unions amid crisis and austerity

László Neumann and András Tóth: Hungarian unions under political and economic pressure

Magdalena Bernaciak: Coming full circle? Contestation, social dialogue and trade union politics in Poland

Franz Astleithner and Jörg Flecker: From the golden age to the gilded cage? Austrian trade unions, social partnership and the crisis

Heiner Dribbusch, Steffen Lehndorff and Thorsten Schulten: Two worlds of unionism? German manufacturing and service unions since the Great Recession

Paul de Beer and Maarten Keune: Dutch unions in a time of crisis

Geneviève Coderre-LaPalme and Ian Greer: Dependence on a hostile state: UK trade unions before and after Brexit

Erik Bengtsson and Magnus Ryner: Why no wage solidarity writ large? Swedish trade unionism under conditions of European crisis

Torsten Müller and Hans-Wolfgang Platzer: The European trade union federations: profiles and power resources — changes and challenges in times of crisis

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