Magdalena Bernaciak

Associate Researcher

Background

Magdalena Bernaciak was a Senior Researcher at the ETUI. Her academic interests lie in the political economy of EU eastern enlargement, industrial relations in Central-Eastern Europe, and transnational relations among trade unions. Magdalena holds MA degrees in International Relations/ European Studies and in Political Science. She completed her PhD studies in Political Science at Central European University, Budapest. She was also a visiting fellow at the Institute for Economic and Social Research (WSI) in Düsseldorf and the University of Warwick’s Industrial Relations Research Unit (IRRU). In 2018 she became Assistant Professor at the Department of Politics and European Studies at the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG).

Areas of activity

EU eastern enlargement, industrial relations in Central-Eastern Europe and transnational relations

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Posting of workers before national courts

Uniquement disponible en anglais Intra-EU employee posting remains a politically and legally contentious matter that continues to feature on the agendas of lawmakers, trade unions and researchers alike. Numerous cases brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), as well as recent and ongoing revisions of the posting-related EU... lire plus

Magdalena Bernaciak, Marta Kahancová

Innovative union practices in Central-Eastern Europe

Ce livre offre un compte rendu détaillé des pratiques innovantes menées par les syndicats en Europe centrale et orientale depuis 2008. Le livre couvre onze pays post-socialistes qui ont rejoint l'UE en 2004, 2007 et 2013 : la Bulgarie, la Croatie, la République tchèque, l’Estonie, la Hongrie, la Lettonie, la Lituanie, la Pologne, la Roumanie, la... lire plus

Foreign investment in eastern and southern Europe after 2008. Still a lever of growth?

Ce livre examine le rôle que les investissements directs étrangers (IDE) en Europe centrale, orientale et méridionale ont joué dans la période post-crise, tout en comparant les différents modèles entre pays et secteurs.L’objectif primordial de cette publication est d'évaluer la mesure dans laquelle les IDE peuvent encore être considérés comme un... lire plus

Beyond the CEE 'black box': crisis and industrial relations in the new EU member states

Ce working paper retrace l’évolution des relations professionnelles en Europe centrale et orientale (PECO) au cours de la période 2008-2014. Il se penche sur l'évolution des salaires et des mesures d'austérité dans le secteur public, les pratiques de négociation collective, la performance du dialogue social et l'incidence des grèves et des... lire plus