The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density

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The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. / Kjellberg, Anders.

Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. red. / Craig Phelan. Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2007. s. 259-286.

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Kjellberg, A 2007, The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. i C Phelan (red.), Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. Peter Lang Publishing Group, s. 259-286.

APA

Kjellberg, A. (2007). The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. I C. Phelan (Red.), Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries (s. 259-286). Peter Lang Publishing Group.

CBE

Kjellberg A. 2007. The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. Phelan C, redaktör. I Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. Peter Lang Publishing Group. s. 259-286.

MLA

Kjellberg, Anders "The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density". Phelan, Craig (red.). Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 2007, 259-286.

Vancouver

Kjellberg A. The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. I Phelan C, redaktör, Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 2007. s. 259-286

Author

Kjellberg, Anders. / The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density. Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries. redaktör / Craig Phelan. Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2007. s. 259-286

RIS

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T1 - The Swedish Trade Union System in Transition: High but Falling Union Density

AU - Kjellberg, Anders

N1 - <a href=http://www.soc.lu.se/anders-kjellberg>Anders Kjellbergs hemsida</a> </br> </br> <a href=http://www.peterlang.com/Index.cfm?vLang=E&vSiteID=10&vSiteName=BookDetail%2Ecfm&VID=11009&>Information om boken</a> <br> <a href=http://www.peterlang.com/PDF/Buecher/TOC/11009_TOC.pdf>Bokens innehållsförteckning</a> </br> </br> ERRATA (1): The Swedish Mediation Office (Mediation Institute) was founded in the year 2000 (not in 2001 as mentioned at p. 277). <br> Errata (2): under Suggested Reading p. 285 Thörnqvist, C. (1999) should be author of the article in European Journal of Industrial Relations.

PY - 2007

Y1 - 2007

N2 - The chapter on Sweden in this book on trade union revitalisation in 34 countries analyzes the Swedish model of industrial relations and its current challenges, among them the falling union density. The recent development of industrial relations is characterized in terms of a new mix of decentralisation and centralisation and of self-regulation and state regulation. Contents of the Swedish chapter: 1. Introduction 2. Separate White-Collar Unions and Confederations 3. Combined Centralisation and Decentralisation 4. Self-Regulation 5. Union Unemployment Funds 6. Very High but Declining Union Density 7. Declining Coverage of Union Workplace Organisations 8. A New Mix of Decentralisation and Centralisation, and of Self-Regulation and State Regulation 9. Other Challenges to Unions 10. Union Responses and Future Prospects

AB - The chapter on Sweden in this book on trade union revitalisation in 34 countries analyzes the Swedish model of industrial relations and its current challenges, among them the falling union density. The recent development of industrial relations is characterized in terms of a new mix of decentralisation and centralisation and of self-regulation and state regulation. Contents of the Swedish chapter: 1. Introduction 2. Separate White-Collar Unions and Confederations 3. Combined Centralisation and Decentralisation 4. Self-Regulation 5. Union Unemployment Funds 6. Very High but Declining Union Density 7. Declining Coverage of Union Workplace Organisations 8. A New Mix of Decentralisation and Centralisation, and of Self-Regulation and State Regulation 9. Other Challenges to Unions 10. Union Responses and Future Prospects

KW - Swedish model

KW - TCO

KW - sociology

KW - arbetsliv

KW - state regulation

KW - arbetsmarknad

KW - centralisation

KW - union movement

KW - decentralisation

KW - sociologi

KW - industrial relations

KW - trade unions

KW - a-kassa

KW - facklig organisationsgrad

KW - blue-collar workers

KW - union unemployment fund

KW - SACO

KW - fackförening

KW - Ghent system

KW - white-collar workers

KW - fackförbund

KW - LO

KW - self-regulation

KW - union density

KW - sociologiska institutionen

KW - department of sociology

KW - svenska modellen

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 978-3-03911-009-4

SP - 259

EP - 286

BT - Trade Union Revitalisation: Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries

A2 - Phelan, Craig

PB - Peter Lang Publishing Group

ER -