Are traditional collective bargaining systems still the proper tool for regulating the new world of work? From a trade union perspective, it was clearly one of the most challenging questions.

  • What is the role of collective bargaining in the new world of work?
  • Which new issues should be addressed in negotiations and how?
  • Does the new world of work lead to new constellations of actors and institutional arrangements in collective bargaining?
  • What does all this mean for the transnational dimension of collective bargaining?

More questions and answers : ETUI conference 'Shaping the new world of work'

Employers who violate rules of fairness are punished by reduced productivity.
Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow, Pinguin Books, 308.