EU Sources - Bargaining after the crisis - March 31, 2018

The World Economics Association had dedicated the spring edition of its Journal to an analysis of the current economic outlook. The issue looks back at the effects of the crisis, discusses the creation of jobs and assesses the political economy of reforms in Europe. Authors criticise the EU policy that was mainly focussing on wage restraints, budgetary discipline, deregulation and measures that weakened the economic security and bargaining strength of organised labour. One article (‘The creation of jobs’) looks after the role of bargaining in decision-making processes during the course of production.

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