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The contributions in the volume examine the effects of collective bargaining in different country contexts. A range of contemporary institutional settings are considered, including well developed and highly coordinated centralized bargaining, enterprise-level bargaining and settings where collective bargaining is not well developed.Co-published with Edward Elgar.
This second volume in the new series Advances in Labour Studies assesses the phenomenon of International Framework Agreements (IFAs), examining their impact around the world as well as their effectiveness in fostering labour-management dialogue. The book brings together the contributions of 15 specialists, both academics and practitioners, covering the 80-plus IFAs that existed in July 2010. Co-published with Palgrave Macmillan.