Work and Employment in Europe: A New Convergence?

Synopsis

Europe's work force is subject to a dual convergence process: from the transnational spread of new management practices and from the political force of European union. Trade union rights, hours of work, working practices and training provisions are all being subjected to these twin pressures. Work and Employment in Europe assesses both the convergent and divergent developments taking place at both pan-European and cross-national levels. Comparisons of British and French retailing, German and Italian manufacturing jobs, German and British youth training schemes, and small business strategies of Britain, France and Italy show simultaneous elements of convergence and national specifity.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Bryn Jones
  • Peter Cressey
  • Marc Maurice
  • Paul Teague
  • Kevin R. O'Kelly
  • Bryn Jones
  • Peter Cressey
  • Marc Maurice
  • Paul Teague
  • Kevin R. O'Kelly
  • Harvie Ramsay
  • Anna Bull
  • Joseph Szarka
  • Martyn Pitt
  • Horst Kern
  • Angelo Pichierri
  • Abigail Gregory
  • Alan Brown
  • Martina Behrens
  • Lajos Héthy
  • Michael A. McDaid
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1995