Reference : "Representing the unrepresented. Exploration of a renewed form of social dialogue for...
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Business & economic sciences : Multidisciplinary, general & others
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/238141
"Representing the unrepresented. Exploration of a renewed form of social dialogue for the autonomous workers in France, Belgium and the Netherlands
English
[en] Représenter les non représentés. Exploration d'une nouvelle forme de dialogue social pour les travailleurs autonomes en Belgique, France et Pays-Bas
Beuker, Laura mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > Maison des Sciences de l'Homme >]
Pichault, François mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > HEC Liège : UER > Gestion des ressources humaines >]
27-Jun-2019
This paper is seeking to understand the conditions under which more inclusive forms of social dialogue might be developed in order to meet the basic needs of autonomous workers (Heery et al., 2004) in terms of security, human capital and job-matching in three contrasted institutional contexts: Belgium, France and the Netherlands. We thus adopt a neo-institutionalist stance by considering the specificities of each national labour market and the kind of institutional innovation likely to be developed accordingly. The renewal of the social dialogue for autonomous workers in a more inclusive perspective is analysed through a multiple case study design in the aforesaid contexts. This paper draws a picture of the factors likely to explain the implementation process of initiatives whose main aim is to secure the professional paths of autonomous workers, by analysing the functional equivalents and the collective capabilities they propose in each national context.
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International
SASE's 30th Anniversary conference New York City
27-29th June 2019
SASE
New-York
Etats-Unis
[en] Social dialogue ; Collective action ; Autonomous workers
[en] This paper is seeking to understand the conditions under which more inclusive forms of social dialogue might be developed in order to meet the basic needs of autonomous workers (Heery et al., 2004) in terms of security, human capital and job-matching in three contrasted institutional contexts: Belgium, France and the Netherlands. We thus adopt a neo-institutionalist stance by considering the specificities of each national labour market and the kind of institutional innovation likely to be developed accordingly. The renewal of the social dialogue for autonomous workers in a more inclusive perspective is analysed through a multiple case study design in the aforesaid contexts. This paper draws a picture of the factors likely to explain the implementation process of initiatives whose main aim is to secure the professional paths of autonomous workers, by analysing the functional equivalents and the collective capabilities they propose in each national context.
DSCE ESCP Europe
"Which forms of social dialogue for autonomous workers?"
Researchers
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/238141

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