Vol 9, No 1 (2019)

Collective bargaining as collective action: the Spanish case in perspective

Issue edited by Julia López (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain).

DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-0950

Table of Contents


Introduction. Debates on Collective Bargaining in a Time of Economic Crisis: The Spanish Case in Context PDF
Julia López López 1-6

Thematic Articles

Collective Bargaining in the Renewed Spanish Labour Law: a New Tool for Economic Policy? PDF
Miguel Rodríguez-Piñero Royo 7-18
Trade Unions’ Rights, Work Councils’ Functions and the Legal Framework for Governing European Corporations: a Spanish Perspective PDF
Juan Pablo Landa 19-31
The Paradox between the European Pillar of Social Rights and EU Economic Governance: Spanish Reforms to Wage-Setting Institutions and the Working Poor PDF
Sergio Canalda Criado 32-50
Stabilising Collective Agreements in Continental Europe: How Contract Law Principles Reinforce the Right to Collective Bargaining PDF
Alexandre de le Court 51-69
The Role of the Trade Union within the Framework of Company Restructuring Processes: Current Legislation and Lex Ferenda Proposals PDF
Edurne Terradillos Ormaetxea 70-95
Representation, Trade Union Activity And Technologies PDF
Jaime Cabeza Pereiro 96-108
Guaranteed Minimum Income: New Spaces for Trade Union Action PDF
Eusebi Colàs-Neila, Josep Fargas Fernández 109-127
Coordination vs Regulation. State’s Functions in Industrial Relations: The Cases of Norway and Spain PDF
Montserrat Sole Truyols 128-144

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