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Employee Relations in the Periphery of Europe

The Unfolding Story of the European Social Model

Employee Relations in the Periphery of Europe by Emer O'Hagan
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This book examines the manner in which the EU affects employee relations systems in economically peripheral European countries, specifically Ireland and Hungary. It asks whether the EU offers peripheral countries the opportunity to modernise their industrial relations.
The EU dynamically promotes core-like employee practices, and national actors energetically attempt to implement the prescribed initiatives, yet little success has been achieved in modernising production techniques in peripheral economies. O'Hagan argues that the EU implements an unofficial development policy which it pressurises States to adopt. These initiatives amount to the frequently referred to European Social Model (ESM), which, she argues, can cause difficulty for policy makers because it is ill-defined, vague and contradictory.
Palgrave Macmillan; September 2002
282 pages; ISBN 9780230512399
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Title: Employee Relations in the Periphery of Europe
Author: Emer O'Hagan
 
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0230512399
9780230512399
9780333947272