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Globalizing Employment Relations

Multinational Firms and Central and Eastern Europe Transitions

  • Editors
  • Sylvie Contrepois
  • Violaine Delteil
  • Patrick Dieuaide
  • Steve Jefferys

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Globalizing Employment Relations and Crisis: Multinational Companies and Central and Eastern European Transitions and Transfers

  3. Foreign Direct Investment, Multinationals and Employment Relations Transfers

  4. Employment Relations in Different Sectors in Central and Eastern Europe

  5. Multinationals and Host Countries in the Crisis

  6. European Social Integration, MNCs and Change

About this book


A unique exploration of the the contributions made by multinational corporations to the difficult labour market transitions towards full integration of Central and Eastern Europe members of the European Union. This book considers the roles played by US, British and German multinational companies (MNCs) in Central and Eastern Europe


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About the authors

J?NIS B?RZI? Stradins University, Riga ANTHONY FERNER De Montfort University, Business School, UK GUY GROUX National Center of Scientific Research, France EPP KALLASTE University of Tartu, Centre for Applied Research CentAR, Estonia JENO KOLTAY Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Pannon University, Hungary MARTIN KRZYWDZINSKI Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB), Germany ANNA KWIATKIEWICZ Warsaw School of Economics (SGH); BPI Polska GUGLIELMO MEARDI Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK SONJA INSET STROHMER Research & Advisory, A LINDA SZABO Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Hungary FRANZ TRAXLER University of Vienna, Austria ZHELYU VLADIMIROV Sofia University, Bulgaria CHARLES WOOLFSON REMESO, Linköping University, Sweden VIOLETTA ZENTAI Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Hungary

Bibliographic information

Industry Sectors
Chemical Manufacturing
Finance, Business & Banking
Consumer Packaged Goods