Il Sindacato Europeo e la contrattazione collettiva

Martone, Michel (2009) Il Sindacato Europeo e la contrattazione collettiva. In: Diritto del lavoro dell'Unione Europea. Diritto del lavoro / commentario diretto da Franco Carinci (9). UTET giuridica, Torino, p. 785-803. ISBN 978-88-598-0477-2.

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The paper investigates the role and functions of the European trade union. The first part is dedicated to the troubled evolution featuring the establishing of European social dialogue as a way to involve social parties at Community level, from Werner report (1970) to the Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union proclaimed in Nice. The research then focuses on the actors of social dialogue at European level until the birth of the ETUC, the European Trade Union Confederation, as a result of a progressive aggregation process of trade union organizations, once separate. The third part analyzes collective agreements in the EU legal framework, along with the various types of collective bargaining – “forced or reinforced” collective bargaining and “free” collective bargaining - in order to deepen the persistent problems connected to the effectiveness of these agreements. The conclusions are dedicated to exploring the reasons which led to the crisis of EU collective bargaining and to the renewal of social dialogue through transnational collective bargaining.

Item Type: Monograph Section
Research documents and activity classification: Book Sections > Monograph's chapters
Divisions: Department of Law
Uncontrolled Keywords: sindacato europeo, contrattazione collettiva, dialogo sociale europeo, accordi collettivi, ordinamento comunitario, contrattazione indotta, contrattazione rinforzata, carta fondamentale dei diritti, nizza, atto unico europeo
MIUR Scientific Area: Area 12 - Law > IUS/07 Labour Law
Deposited by: Michel Martone
Date Deposited: 01 Feb 2013 17:01
Last Modified: 21 Apr 2015 23:15
URI: http://eprints.luiss.it/id/eprint/1172

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