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The restructuring of work in Germany
Louise Amoore

terms of the apparent ‘Third Way’ discourse adopted by Schröder, this has subsequently been put at a distance, not least because it was contested by organised labour, a group that have effectively been ‘integrated’ into the restructuring process (Ryner and Schulten, 2002: 1). ‘Schröder is no Tony Blair, no third way-ist, and he almost certainly regrets bringing out with Blair the policy document on Social Democrat party modernisation’ (Marsh, 2000: 75). Not only has the German political programme sought to distance itself from UK-US-style hyperflexibility, but it has

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