By Paul Marginson, Keith Sisson
This publication explores the influence of the one eu marketplace (SEM) at the associations of business family members and their results after ten years of operation. The authors think about competing hypotheses: "Europeanization" and "Americanization", and locate that either are precise as much as some extent. They exhibit how the SEM is bringing a couple of degree of cross-border convergence among businesses inside sectors when at the same time resulting in a better within-country range among businesses in numerous sectors. in keeping with the implications generated by way of the UK's monetary and Social study Council's 'One Europe or Several?' application, this publication offers a multi-disciplinary and actually cross-national method facing the either the speculation and perform of business family members within the SEM.
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Extra info for European Integration and Industrial Relations: Multi-Level Governance in the Making
Hall and Soskice distinguish two main types of regime: liberal market economies and coordinated market economies, with convergence within each type being accompanied by divergence between them. One implication, recalling debate around the connections between bargaining structure and economic performance, is that there might be functionally equivalent modes of (capitalist) societal organization capable of delivering Introduction: Contested Terrain 19 similar outcomes in terms of economic performance.
Of particular relevance to our arguments are debates around three: convergence 18 European Integration and Industrial Relations and divergence; the relationship between ‘globalization’ and ‘Europeanization’; and the nature and extent of the choice available to actors. Our approach to each needs to be made explicit if the book’s argument is to be fully appreciated. Convergence and diversity? A recurring theme in comparative industrial relations analysis is the balance between institutional similarities and differences – whether countries develop a set of common features, resulting from the impact of economic forces, or whether they are characterized by essentially idiosyncratic arrangements, reflecting different historical development, patterns of industrialization and business systems.
The following three chapters are concerned with developments within national systems. Chapter 5 examines the development of Introduction: Contested Terrain 27 national-level concertation and the conclusion of ‘social pacts’. Chapter 6 addresses the nature and extent of the changes being made to sector agreements in the light of the many challenges they face. To illustrate in greater depth, Chapter 7 reviews the changing relationship between sector and company bargaining in two sectors, metalworking and banking, and four countries, Belgium, Germany, Italy and the UK.
European Integration and Industrial Relations: Multi-Level Governance in the Making by Paul Marginson, Keith Sisson