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Ambiguities of Social Europe: Political Agenda Setting among Trade Unionists from Central and Eastern Europe and Western Europe

The article analyzes the integration of Central and Eastern European (CEE) trade unions in European policy-making. With reference to transnational cooperation in two fields of European-level decision making (issues concerning freedom of services and a European minimum wage), it investigates the... Full description

1st Person: Seeliger, Martin
Type of Publication: Paper
Published: Köln Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung 2017
Series: MPIfG Discussion Paper ; Vol. 17/1
Keywords: Social Europe > trade unionism > eastern enlargement > labor transnationalism > European integration
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New source: Seeliger, M. (2019). Ambiguities of Social Europe: Political Agenda Setting among Trade Unionists from Central and Eastern Europe and Western Europe. In J. M. Kiess, & M. Seeliger (Eds.), Trade Unions and European Integration: A Question of Optimism and Pessimism? (pp. 100 ff.). London: Routledge.
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