Reducing Inequalities in Europe: How Industrial Relations and Labour Policies Can Close the Gap

Courtioux P., Erhel C. (2018), “Social dialogue in France under pressure: Can worker security be achieved in a context of increasing job flexibility?” in Vaughan-Whitehead (ed), Edward Elgar, p.168-207, Chapter 4

Author(s):

Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead

Senior Economist, International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland and Professor, Sciences Po, Paris, France and the University of Geneva, Switzerland

Pierre Courtioux

Deputy Research Director, EDHEC Economics Research Centre, EDHEC Business School

Type: Book
Date: le 02/05/2018
Research Cluster : Economics

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