This article examines how unions can represent workers in a labour market that is increasingly dividedinto insiders and outsiders. The first part of the article focuses on prospects for solidarityin the context of current barganing structure and considers new forms of regulation that allow for more universal forms of wage protection, including a European minimum wage. The second part of the article discusses the introduction of new negotiation practices that allow (through social partnership) for employee representation and protection at the workplace.
Interest representationbetween social partnership and solidarity / BAGLIONI M.. - In: TRANSFER. - ISSN 1024-2589. - 3(2006), pp. 427-446.