Caracterización de la Negociación Colectiva en Europa

This study makes a diagnosis of the national collective bargaining models in Europe. It mainly offers a presentation of its most recent evolution, detecting possible trends, its uniformity and/or differences. An attempt has been made to avoid an isolated description of each national regulation, sinc...

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Main Author: Cruz Villalón, Jesús
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2017
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7792342
Source:Derecho & Sociedad, ISSN 2079-3634, Nº. 49, 2017, pags. 139-170
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Summary: This study makes a diagnosis of the national collective bargaining models in Europe. It mainly offers a presentation of its most recent evolution, detecting possible trends, its uniformity and/or differences. An attempt has been made to avoid an isolated description of each national regulation, since a transversal study is considered a better option, as it would allow to make an appropriate comparison among the matters that involve all the referred regulations: legal sources, typology, structure and concurrence, subjects, procedure, legal effectiveness, duration, administration, legality controls, as well as business content. This has allowed us to detect to what extent how many groups of existing national systems exist regarding any of these aspects, that is, collective bargaining models with common identity signs and similar tendencies towards convergence or divergence.