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Eurofound publishes its work in a range of publication formats to match audience needs and the nature of the output. These include flagship reports on a particular area of activity, research reports summarising the findings of a research project and policy briefs presenting policy pointers from research projects or facts and figures relevant to policy debates. Also included are blog articles, regular articles on working life in Europe, presentations, working papers providing background material to ongoing or already concluded research, and reports arising from ad hoc requests by policymakers. Other corporate publications include annual reports, brochures and promotional publications. Web databases and online resources such as data visualisation applications are available in Data and resources.


  • Slovakia: EIRO annual review - 2009

    During 2009 there were no significant changes in the political field in Slovakia. Although the government adopted anti-crisis measures, the economic downturn had significant impact on the economy - GDP decreased by 5.8% in 2009, unemploymen...
  • Ireland: EIRO Annual Review 2009

    This EIRO annual review considers Irish industrial relations developments in 2009. Irish industrial relations have been negatively affected by the gravity of the country’s recession. The deterioration in the economy and the government’s...
  • Hungary: EIRO Annual Review– 2009

    This record reviews the main industrial relations developments in Hungary during 2009 1. Political developments Following the resignation of the Prime Minister, Ferenc Gyurcsány, in April 2009, the governing coalition of the Hungarian Soci...
  • Greece: EIRO Annual Review - 2009

    With the consequences of the financial crisis now being evident in the real economy and with the social partners and the Government not being able to agree upon a common strategy for a way out of the crisis, 2009 left Greece with scars of f...
  • Estonia: EIRO Annual Review — 2009

    2009 has been characterised by budget reductions both in private and the public sector as most organisations had to cut back wages, working hours or personnel in order to survive the continuing crisis. Several legislative changes were also ...
  • Denmark: EIRO Annual Review - 2009

    In 2009 no significant bargaining or significant chages took place on the Danish labour market. It could be said that the year was characterised by a silence between two storms. The heated negotiations in the public sector in 2008 and the c...
  • Austria: Eiro Annual Review – 2009

    This record reviews the main industrial relations developments in Austria during 2009. 1. Political developments At the general elections held on 28 September 2008, both of the parties then in government had to face losses. Nevertheless, th...
  • Sweden: EIRO Annual Review – 2009

    The financial crisis continued to cause heated debates between both social partners and political actors throughout 2009. Government measures to cope with the crisis, especially within the automotive sector, were heavily criticised by the s...
  • Romania: EIRO Annual Review - 2009

    The political context of 2009 was marked by the tensions in the governmental coalition, euroelections and the election of the president of the state. The tripartite debates on the anti-crisis programme, started since the end of 2008 continu...
  • Latvia: EIRO Annual Review - 2009

    This report provides an overview of the industrial relations developments which took place in Latvia during 2009. 1. Political developments In 2009 the President of the Republic of Latvia was Valdis Zatlers, who was elected in 2007. The Pri...

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