Organised labour - an actor of Euro-democratisation, Euro-technocracy or (re-) nationalisation? Trade-union strategies concerning the European integration process
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|Title:||Organised labour - an actor of Euro-democratisation, Euro-technocracy or (re-) nationalisation? Trade-union strategies concerning the European integration process||Authors:||Erne, Roland||Advisor:||Crouch, Colin
Schmitter, Phillipe C.
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/6313||Date:||Jun-2004||Online since:||2015-01-20T14:21:39Z||Abstract:||This thesis addresses two questions: first, has there emerged in Europe a system of industrial relations which crosses national boundaries? Secondly, does organised labour contribute to the process of democratisation of the European Union? Scholars have argued that the EU cannot be democratised because there is no European society as such, no European network of intermediate social institutions, no European public sphere, no European demos and no Euro-democratic citizens’ movement. This thesis has discovered evidence to the contrary.||Type of material:||Doctoral Thesis||Publisher:||European University Institute||Qualification Name:||PhD||Copyright (published version):||2004 the author||Keywords:||European Union; Democracy; Trade unions||Other versions:||http://cadmus.eui.eu/handle/1814/5175
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