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Title: Collective labour rights and European influences in the United Kingdom and Germany
Authors: Beyer, Anke I.
Supervisor(s): McArdle, David
Busby, Nicole
Keywords: trade unions
labour law
employment law
collective labour rights
European law
German labour law
works councils
comparative labour law
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: University of Stirling
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to analyse the differences between the German and British system of industrial relations, with particular emphasis on the influence of EC legislation. The first three chapters will provide an historical and methodical background, with the first chapter tracing the respective history of trade unions in each country. Chapter 3 will present the history of works councils and the Works Constitution Act in Germany and European Influences on the British System of Workers' Representation. Chapter 3 will highlight core differences while Chapter IV will present problems trade unions are facing on a national, European and global scale. Suggested Solutions to these problems will be discussed. Chapter V – the conclusion – will assess the benefits of the German and the British system of industrial relations while at the same time trying to determine which system is better equipped to deal with the problems presented. Suggestions as to the future course of actions of trade unions will be presented.
Type: Thesis or Dissertation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/194
Affiliation: School of Arts and Humanities
Law and Philosophy

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