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Reconstructing solidarity : labour unions, precarious work, and the politics of institutional change in Europe / First edition

Reconstructing solidarity : labour unions, precarious work, and the politics of institutional change in Europe / First edition (2회 대출)

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Doellgast, Virginia Lee, 1976-. Lillie, Nathan. Pulignano, Valeria, 1968-.
서명 / 저자사항
Reconstructing solidarity : labour unions, precarious work, and the politics of institutional change in Europe / edited by Virginia Doellgast, Nathan Lillie, and Valeria Pulignano.
판사항
First edition.
발행사항
Oxford, United Kingdom :   Oxford University Press,   2018.  
형태사항
xviii, 250 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0198791844 9780198791843
요약
"Work is widely thought to have become more precarious. Many people feel that unions represent the interests of protected workers in good jobs at the expense of workers with insecure employment, low pay, and less generous benefits. Reconstructing Solidarity: Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe argues the opposite: that unions try to represent precarious workers using a variety of creative campaigning and organizational tactics.00Where unions can limit employers' ability to 'exit' labour market institutions and collective agreements and build solidarity across different groups of workers, this results in a virtuous circle, establishing union control over the labour market. Where they fail to do so, it sets in motion a vicious circle of expanding precarity based on institutional evasion by employers. Exploring the struggle of the unions against the expansion of precarious work in Europe, Reconstructing Solidarity explains the importance of how unions build, or fail to build, inclusive worker solidarity. It uses a diverse range of comparative case studies to describe the struggles of workers and unions in industries such as local government, music, metalworking, chemicals, meat-packing, and logistics, to argue against the thesis that unions act primarily to protect labour market insiders at the expense of outsiders."--Back cover.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Labor unions --Europe.
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Section	Section Description	Page Number
List of Figures	p. ix
List of Tables	p. xi
List of Contributors	p. xiii
1	From Dualization to Solidarity: Halting the Cycle of Precarity   Virginia Doellgast and Nathan Lillie and Valeria Pulignano	p. 1
2	Negotiating Better Conditions for Workers during Austerity in Europe: Unions' Local Strategies towards Low Pay and Outsourcing in Local Government   Damian Grimshaw and Stefania Marino and Dominique Anxo and Jérôme Gautié and László Neumann and Claudia Weinkopf	p. 42
3	Cutting to the Bone: Workers' Solidarity in the Danish-German Slaughterhouse Industry   Bjarke Refslund and Ines Wagner	p. 67
4	Restructuring Labour Relations and Employment in the European Logistics Sector: Unions' Responses to a Segmented Workforce   Carlotta Benvegnú and Bettina Haidinger and Devi Sacchetto	p. 83
5	Labour Markets, Solidarity, and Precarious Work: Comparing Local Unions' Responses to Management Flexibility Strategies in the German and Belgian Metalworking and Chemical Industries   Valeria Pulignano and Nadja Doerflinger	p. 104
6	The Political Economy of Agency Work in Italy and Germany: Explaining Diverging Trajectories in Collective Bargaining Outcomes   Chiara Benassi and Lisa Dorigatti	p. 124
7	Union Campaigns against Precarious Work in the Retail Sector of Estonia, Poland, and Slovenia   Adam Mrozowicki and Branko Bembic and Kairit Kall and Malgorzata Maciejewska and Miroslav Stanojevic	p. 144
8	Better Strategies for Herding Cats? Forms of Solidarity among Freelance Musicians in London, Paris, and Ljubljana   Ian Greer and Barbara Samaluk and Charles Umney	p. 166
9	Fighting Precariousness: Union Strategies towards Migrant Workers in the UK, France, and Germany   Maite Tapia and Jane Holgate	p. 188
10	Unions and Migrant Workers: The Perspective of Estonians in Finland and Albanians in Italy and Greece   Sonila Danaj and Erka Çaro and Laura Mankki and Markku Sippola and Nathan Lillie	p. 207
11	The Puzzle of Precarity: Structure, Strategies, and Worker Solidarity   Steven P. Vallas	p. 226
Index	p. 239

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