Sunday, 7 December 2014

The new article on trade union organizing in Eastern Europe by Adam Mrozowicki

Mrozowicki, Adam (2014) "Varieties of trade union organizing in Central and Eastern Europe: A comparison of the retail and automotive sectors", European Journal of Industrial Relations 20(4) 297–315.
Abstract: This article seeks to explain variations in trade union approaches to membership recruitment in Central and Eastern Europe, focusing on the automotive and retail sectors in Estonia, Poland, Romania and Slovenia. The analysis accounts for cross-country and sectoral differences in
organizing approaches by reference to the role of institutional contexts, union organizational
resources and trade unionists’ social agency.