EU Sources - Bargaining power and equality - May 31, 2016

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies and the Renner Institute published online a large volume with contributions from a broad range of academics. The publication, Delivering Welfare Societies, is the 10th volume of the FEPS Next Left Book Series. The chapters include analyses of the political processes and socio-economic trends shaping and shaking the EU at the moment. The first chapter is composed of six contributions on equality, quality employment and decent living standards. The authors signal an increasing gap between wages and productivity gains that can be explained by a worsening of the bargaining power.

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