Industrial relations in the EU, the USA, Japan, and other global economies
Workshop on industrial relations in the EU, the USA, Japan, and other global economies, 28 - 29 November 2006, Berlin, Germany
Venue: EC Representation Office in Berlin
Background of the project
Since 2000, the European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO), has carried out comparative studies on industrial relations developments in the EU, the USA and Japan. For the last two years these studies have been extended to Brazil and China, and this year to India.
The purpose of this workshop – which will include experts and practitioners from social partner organisations, public authorities and research organisations - is to compare trends and developments in different global regions and their impact on the European industrial relations systems.
Note: A programme is available
Participation is by invitation only
Information liaison officer: Camilla Galli da Bino (+353 1 204 3125)
Previous publications on this topic
- 2005—Key themes in global industrial relations: Minimum wages and relocation of production (including Brazil and China)
- 2003-2004—Industrial relations in the EU, Japan and USA (including thematic chapters on pensions and migration)
- 2002—Industrial relations in the EU, Japan and USA
- 2001—Industrial relations in the EU, Japan and USA
- 2000—Industrial relations in the EU, Japan and USA