EU Sources - Labour productivity, growth and bargaining - May 31, 2017

The project Bargaining for Productivity aims to shed light on the reasons behind labour productivity slowdown or weak growth in 6 EU countries. It analyses public policies on labour productivity and their (in)effectiveness and focuses on the potential and effective implication of collective bargaining on labour productivity and the sharing of best practice. A special edition of the ADAPT International Bulletin presents initial findings of national case studies presented at a conference held at the University of Greenwich.


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