Ce document de travail fournit une vue d'ensemble des réponses gouvernementales et syndicales à la crise économique dans le secteur financier. L’accent de cette étude comparative est mis particulièrement sur les conditions et les pratiques propres aux pays des négociations collectives et du dialogue social. Il se base sur une enquête menée dans les syndicats du secteur financier affiliés à Uni-Europa.

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