3 edition of Social and labour practices of some European based multinationals in the metal trades. found in the catalog.
Social and labour practices of some European based multinationals in the metal trades.
International Labour Office.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD9506.A2 I62 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||77361217|
This book contains five papers on the role of institutions in changing labor markets in Europe. "Introduction" (Peter Auer) explores the following topics: institutions and labor market forces; macroeconomic policy; redistribution of working times; equality of opportunity; and industrial relations and social dialogue. "Small-Economy Macroeconomics" (Ronald Schettkat) discusses monetary and Cited by: EUROPEAN UNION MEMBERS M e d i t e r r a n e a n S e a ATLANTIC OCEAN North Sea Black Sea A d r i a t i c S e a UNITED The book is aimed at readers interested in social policy, and particularly in the process of post-communist transition, in EU accession, and in future social Editor of Labor Markets and Social Policy in Central and.
Tax avoidance by corporations is widespread in Europe and costs governments more than €70bn annually. This revenue loss, and the legal ramifications of strategies that multinational companies use to avoid paying taxes, starves public services of funding, limits the bargaining power of trade unions and undermines employee rights. On the early attempts at creating a European social policy, see Maria E. Guasconi, The Origins of the European Social Policy: The Standing Committee on Employment and Trade Unions, in: Antonio Varsori (ed.), Inside the European Community. Actors and Policies in the European Integration –, Brussels: Bruylant, , – Google ScholarCited by: 4.
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Social and labour practices of some European based multinationals in the metal trades. Geneva: International Labour Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Labour Office.
ISBN: OCLC Number. Vol. No 4, November Steuer, et al., op cit. 37 International Labour Office. "Social and Labour Practices of Some European-Based Multinationals in the Metal Trades", ILO Author: Peter Enderwick.
MULTINATIONALS These 5 studies bring to light many of the controversial issues con-cerning the practice and policies of multinationals and their effect upon the economies of industrial and developing countries.
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Large corporations with their headquarters in the United States, in other Western industrialized countries, and now increasingly in Japan as well, are expanding their activities both into industrialized countries, including the Soviet Cited by: Trade, Multinationals and Labour States manufacturing ( per cent), while declines (in the ratio of manual to non-manual workers) were about twice as large in French ( per cent), Danish ( per cent) and Italian ( per cent) manufacturing.
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Fromthe economic policy of successive Conservative Governments was based on a fundamental belief in the effectiveness of free markets.
In the case of the labour market, there was an emphasis on deregulation and the importance of flexibility in creating employment and economic growth. The Conservatives claimed that the UK's lack of regulation has reduced unemployment.
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This book is a legal study of the European Union's strategy to combat unemployment. The book draws on labour law and economic theories of labour market regulation to chart the evolution of the European Union Employment Strategy and the new forms of governance to which it has given rise.debated whether high unemployment and growing wage inequality in some OECD countries is driven by trade among countries with differing wages and levels of economic development.
To the extent that the rise 1. This paper is the product of a consultancy to the OECD Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Directorate and Trade Directorate.Project "TOGETHER" aims to contribute to the transfer and implementation of social innovation, good practices and partnership approaches to finding solutions of common for the European Union problems in the field of labour market.