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[IWS] EIRO: COLLECTIVE WAGE BARGAINING AND DEGREE OF COORDINATION YEAR 2013
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European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Dublin Foundation)
European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO)
COLLECTIVE WAGE BARGAINING
LEVEL OF WAGE BARGAINING AND DEGREE OF COORDINATION YEAR 2013
Explore Eurofound’s quantitative and qualitative information on collectively agreed pay developments from 1999 onwards and other related pay data. The context of the pay bargaining system in the different EU Member States is also explained.
The bargaining system in the EU Member States is depicted in the map below, drawing on two central indicators: the primary level at which pay is set in the respective country and the degree of coordination. These data stem mainly from Jelle Visser’s ICTWSS (4.0) database, but have been updated and in some cases also slightly revised by Eurofound’s EIRO correspondents.
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