Originally published in 1972, Industrial Relations in the Common Market is a comparative study of the members of the Common Market, exploring the range of industrial relations and some of the contemporary issues and problems that they faced.

The book provides a comprehensive description of the Common Market, its economic growth and the diverse economies of the member countries. It also examines political parties and trade unions, and deals with the themes of collective bargaining, incomes policy, law and labour relations, industrial democracy, labour mobility and social security.

Industrial Relations in the Common Market is an excellent insight into the history of industrial relations within this economic community.

chapter 2|11 pages

The Common Market

chapter 4|17 pages

Politics, trade unions and employers

chapter 5|17 pages

Collective bargaining

chapter 6|14 pages

Incomes policies

chapter 7|14 pages

Law and labour relations

chapter 8|13 pages

Industrial democracy

chapter 10|6 pages

Systems of social security