Conference Reader: 6 YEARS OF AUSTERITY AND THE IMPACT ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, 15th November 2014, Paris

Speeches held at the conference or Power Point slides

Prof. Keith Ewing (Kings College London),
Introduction – Collective Bargaining in times of Austerity (Keith Ewing – ELW – Paris 2014)

Isabelle Schoemann (Senior Researcher, European Trade Union Institute, Brussels)

Collective Bargaining – comparison of the changes on national level under the impact of the crisis. How can the European law contribute to fight against the regression, (Isabelle Schoemann II ELW – Paris 2014)

Prof. Filip Dorssemont (Université Catholique de Louvain),

Austerity in the jurisdiction of the ECtHR and the ECJ Filip Dorssemont – ELW – Paris

Dr. Reingard Zimmer (soon Prof. of labour law at Berlin school of Economics and Law),

How it all started – the  role of Germany concerning the roll back of labour law in the EU and Trade Union Strategies in Europe against the policy of austerityReingard Zimmer presentation 15-11-2014

Prof. Pascal Lokiec (Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre),

How austerity is forcing French unions, works councils and workers to make concessions (Etude_Lokiec_controle)

Prof. Antonio García-Muñoz, Profesor Contratado, Castilla La Mancha University (Ciudad Real, Spain)

Spain and other South-European countries as drastic examples of austerity of labour law and collective bargaining Antonio Garcia-Munoz – ELW – Paris

 

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