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Der Wandel der Arbeitsbeziehungen im westeuropäischen Vergleich

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Die westeuropäischen Gesellschaften im Vergleich

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Die durch den Nachkriegskonsens geprägten Arbeitsbeziehungen stehen heute vor globalen Herausforderungen und erfahren einen grundlegenden Wandel. Der Klassenkonflikt wurde in den Zeiten des Wirtschaftsaufschwungs von sozialpartnerschaftlichen Institutionen und einem Kollektivvertragswesen auf freiwilliger Basis geprägt. Diese sozialen Institutionen der Regulierung des Verhältnisses von Kapital und Arbeit sind zwar fest in den westeuropäischen Gesellschaften verankert, erweisen sich aber nun zunehmend ungeeignet, der neuen gesellschaftlichen und wirtschaftlichen Situation gerecht zu werden.

Die Autoren danken Elisabeth Fix für ihre Anmerkungen und Hinweise, ohne die der Text dem Leser sicherlich weniger verständlich gewesen wäre.

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Ebbinghaus, B., Visser, J. (1997). Der Wandel der Arbeitsbeziehungen im westeuropäischen Vergleich. In: Hradil, S., Immerfall, S. (eds) Die westeuropäischen Gesellschaften im Vergleich. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-322-95979-9_9

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