European labour movements in crisis

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Chapter 1 introduces the book and outlines its main argument. Rather than cooperating with European counterparts so as to maximize joint outcomes, labour movements rely on national institutions; this instigates zero-sum forms of competition between regimes in different member states, albeit through largely unintentional means. Lack of solidarity during resulting crises reinforces effects of competition. The arguments of individual chapters are also set out.

European labour movements in crisis

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