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Doherty M.
2013
December
Industrial Law Journal
When you ain't got nothin', You got nothin' to lose.... Union recognition laws, voluntarism and the anglo model
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A number of recent works have assessed key outcomes of the third statutory union recognition procedure in Britain. A common feature of many of these is the concern that the machinery has failed to achieve positive collective bargaining outcomes for trade unions, due, in particular, to the wider policy environment into which the procedure has been inserted, and the inherent structural confines of the Anglo, 'representational', conception of collective bargaining. This article contributes further to this literature, by addressing these issues in the context of, and drawing comparisons with, Irish law on 'the right to bargain'. © Industrial Law Society; All rights reserved.
0305-9332
10.1093/indlaw/dwt019
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