2 edition of politics of wage bargaining reform in Italy and Spain, 1991-2001 found in the catalog.
politics of wage bargaining reform in Italy and Spain, 1991-2001
OМЃscar Molina Romo
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Óscar Molina Romo.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.2003/14, Europeanisation series|
|Contributions||European University Institute. Department of Political and Social Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
Taxation, Wage Bargaining, and Unemployment of the American Political Science Association for best book in comparative politics. Her articles have appeared in International Organization, World Politics, Welfare State and Labor Market Reforms Under New Labour Conclusion x. Yesterday, the National Hockey League presented to the public its plan, approved by the players, for completing the season. The NHL intends to go straight to a 24 team playoff to be held in two.
Decoupling of wages and productivity: Pre-crisis Germany and post-crisis Spain cut real wages in the light of economic downturn. In both countries the phases of wage restraint led to a substantial decoupling of wages and productivity. In France and Italy, a misalignment between wages . led governments and bargaining actors in Italy and Spain to seek a reorganization of bargaining COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES, Vol. 35 No. 10, December DOI: / Because the literature on monetary and wage bargaining institutions has focused on the effects of existing institutions, rather than on their File Size: 81KB.
Other articles where Bargaining theory of wages is discussed: wage and salary: Bargaining theory: The bargaining theory of wages holds that wages, hours, and working conditions are determined by the relative bargaining strength of the parties to the agreement. Smith hinted at such a theory when he noted that employers had greater bargaining strength than employees. Eurofound. (), Recent developments in the distribution of wages in Europe. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Hu, Y. (), ‘China’, in Van Klaveren, Gregory and Schulten () (Eds.) “Minimum Wages, Collective Bargaining and Economic Development in Asia and Europe: A Labour Perspective.” New York.
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Wage bargaining structures in Italy and Spain changed significantly in the s. This is usually seen as an employer-led response to exogenous pressures such as the Economic. The Politics of Wage Bargaining Reform in Italy and Spain By Oscar MOLINA ROMO Get PDF ( KB)Author: Oscar MOLINA ROMO. The growth of Italian politics of wage bargaining reform in Italy and Spain has lagged that of euro area peers.
Against the backdrop of unit labor costs that have risen faster than those in euro area peers, this paper examines whether there is a competitiveness challenge in Italy and evaluates the framework of wage bargaining. Wages are set at the sectoral level and extended by: 2.
radical reforms in the CB system to organise and formalise it. The outcome of changes would be wage moderation triggered by the decentralisation of wage-setting and the gradual elimination of barriers to free individual bargaining between employers and workers, which would lead to higher wage differentials in the medium term.
LanguagesArabic ()Chinese ()English ()French ()Portuguese ()Spanish ()Russian ()Languages. Competitiveness and Wage Bargaining Reform in Italy.
The growth of Italian exports has lagged that of euro area peers. Against the backdrop of unit labor costs that have risen faster than those in euro area peers, this paper examines whether there is a competitiveness challenge in Italy and evaluates the framework of wage bargaining.
This book provides an extensive and comparative account of all welfare reforms that occurred during the last three decades in Continental European countries. It reveals unexpected important structural reforms, to be understood as the culmination of a long reform trajectory, analyzed in detail with the tools of comparative historical.
• Reform of the collective bargaining (L. /), with a radical de-centralization and power to derogate, even the law • Pension reform (L. /), delaying the age politics of wage bargaining reform in Italy and Spain retirement (67) • Reform of fiscal policies, with the obligation to balance the budget in the Constitution.
Nuanced understanding of the reciprocal nature of Spanish-Italian relations and the rich cultural production that was the product of the far-reaching exchanges between the two peninsulas throughout the early modern period guides the nineteen essays in this volume.
The key political reality of sixteenth and seventeenth-century Spanish imperial domination in Italy formal (Sicily, Sardinia. The economic crisis that began in had a differential impact on France, which had a pretty good crisis; Italy, which had a pretty bad one; and Spain, for which the crisis was downright ugly.
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Guillen, A. “Pension reform in Spain, – The role of organized labor.” Working Paper 99/6, European University Institute, San Domenico, Italy Cited by: According to a composite index of centralisation (CWG) developed by the Amsterdam Institute of Labour studies, Italy’s wage bargaining system is now the most centralised among southern European economies, after Spain, Portugal and Greece significantly overhauled their labour market institutions at the peak of the euro-area crisis.
There is a broad consensus that the rationale of changes in the wage setting system – and especially for the strengthening decentralised bargaining and the growing emphasis on productivity enhancing bargaining – is linked to increased international competition and to the relative weakness of the Italian economic system.
This chapter examines the effects of shifts in wage-bargaining systems on the organization of firms in EMU member-states, and argues that the move to coordinated wage bargaining induced by the Maastricht criteria has led firms in EMU member-states to align their product market strategies with the existing institutional framework.
Where wage bargaining became (or was) centrally coordinated. An Italian job: the need for collective wage bargaining reform Italy’s current system of centralised wage bargaining needs to be reformed.
The system was designed without regard for the underlying industrial structure and geographical heterogeneity of the Italian economy. Molina Romo, O. (), The Politics of Wage Bargaining Reform in Italy and Spain EUI Working Paper SPS (14), pp.
Montalvo, J. (), Voting After the Bombing: Can Terrorist Attacks Change the Outcome of Democratic Elections. Universitat Pompeu Fabra Working Paper. (Figure 1, left panel). Reform efforts, such as the Treu measures and the Biagi reforms (see Box 1), contributed to the growth in aggregate employment, but their focus on reform “at the margin” also led to an increasing dualism of the labor market.
Most of the employment gains since were in temporary and part-time. Social pacts – policy agreements between governments, labor unions and sometimes employer organizations – began to emerge in many countries in the s.
The most common explanations for social pacts tend to focus on economic factors, influenced by industrial relations institutions such as highly coordinated collective bargaining. This book presents, and tests, an. Italy undertook a major reform of the labour market in (Jobs Act). In Marchurgent measures were introduced to foster employment and simplify bureaucratic procedures for temporary contracts.1 In Decembera wide-ranging enabling law was adopted, paving the way for eightFile Size: 1MB.
The system of wage formation in Italy is based on industry-wide bargaining at national level, according to the tripartite agreement of 23 July In last years a major debate took place in order to enhance the role of company level bargaining and to reform the bargaining structure. On the other hand, both the IMF and European Commission have praised the direction taken by this reform.
The process of labor market reforms in Spain after the crisis seems to have largely disregarded the role of social parts in shaping and implementing the new regulation, while weakening the collective bargaining institutions.
Labour market reforms have been at the core of Italy’s political discourse for many years. Reforms, whether proposed or implemented, have concentrated primarily on job flexibility: The idea that hiring and firing costs should be reduced.The impact of the structural labour market reforms on collective bargaining has been significant in terms of the reduction in higher level bargaining at both the national and sectoral level.
In some countries this has directly led to increased single-employer bargaining, a move that represents a landmark shift in the bargaining structure and.