Insiders and outsiders on a European scale

in European labour movements in crisis
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Chapter 8 assesses difference in substantive outcomes between countries; this is a potential ‘smoking gun’ in that it illustrates drivers and consequences of competition and/or cooperation. Consistent with literature on dualization (Emmenegger et al., 2012), it is contended that divisions among countries can be linked to the interests of workers in the core, even if the means by which divides have been instigated are indirect. Specifically, the advantage of core countries within the Eurozone benefits national workforces to the degree that strategies for European solidarity are weakly prioritized and consequently unsuccessful. It is suggested that such partitions evoke Marxist-Leninist theories of imperialism, though differences between contemporary and historical contexts are stressed.

European labour movements in crisis

From indecision to indifference



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