Frege, Carola and John Kelly, eds., Varieties of Unionism, (2004)


Varieties of Unionism: Struggles for Union Revitalization in a Globalizing Economy

Varieties of Unionism: Struggles for Union Revitalization in a Globalizing Economy


1: Why Revitalize? Labour's Urgent Mission in a Contested Global Economy (Lowell Turner)

2: Conceptualizing Labour Union Revitalization (Martin Behrens, Kerstin Hamann, and Richard Hurd)
3: Union Strategies in Comparative Context (Carola Frege and John Kelly)
4: Organizing the Unorganized (Edmund Heery and Lee Adler)
5: Analyzing Social Partnership: A Tool of Union Revitalization? (Michael Fichter and Ian Greer)
6: Unions as Political Actors: A Recipe for Revitalization? (Kerstin Hamann and John Kelly)
7: Can Structural Change be a Source of Union Revitalization? (Martin Behrens, Richard Hurd, and Jeremy Waddington)
8: The New Solidarity? Trade Unions and Coalition Building in Five Countries (Carola Frege, Edmund Heery, and Lowell Turner)
9: International Trade Union Revitalization: The Role of National Approaches (Nathan Lillie and Miguel Martinez Lucio)
10: Conclusions: Varieties of Unionsim (John Kelly and Carola Frege)

Karamessini, Maria and Jill Rubery (eds.), Women and Austerity: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality, (2013)


Women and Austerity: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality (Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics)

Women and Austerity: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality (Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics)


Part I 

1. Introduction: Women’s vulnerability to recession and austerity (Maria Karamessini)
2. From ‘Women and Recession’ to ‘Women and Austerity: A framework for analysis (Jill Rubery)
3. Challenging the Balkanization of Gender Contracts (Jacqueline O’Reilly and Tiziana Nazio)

Part II
4. Women and Men in the ‘Great European Recession’ (Francesca Bettio and Alina Verashchagina)
5. Gender Impacts of the ‘Great Recession’ in the United States (Randy Albelda)
6. Iceland in Crisis: Gender equality and social equity (Thora Kristin Thorsdóttir)
7. Gender, Recession and Austerity in the UK (Jill Rubery and Anthony Rafferty)
8. The Labour Market Impact of the Economic Crisis in Hungary through the Lens of Gender Equality (Mária Frey)
9. Structural Crisis and Adjustment in Greece: Social regression and the challenge to gender equality (Maria Karamessini)
10. Ireland in Crisis 2008-2012: Women, austerity and inequality (Ursula Barry and Pauline Conroy)
11. Employment and Austerity: Changing welfare and gender regimes in Portugal (Virgínia Ferreira)
12. Women, Gender Equality and the Economic Crisis in Spain (Elvira González Gago and Marcelo Segales Kirzner)
13. Living through the Crisis in Italy: The labour market experience of men and women (Alina Verashchagina and Marina Capparucci)

Part III
14. Policy in the Time of Crisis: Employment policy and gender equality in Europe (Paola Villa and Mark Smith)
15. Gender, Inequality and the Crisis: Towards more equitable development (Diane Perrons and Ania Plomien)
16. Economic Crisis and Austerity: Challenges to gender equality (Maria Karamessini and Jill Rubery)





Emmenegger, Patrick, Silja Hausermann, Bruno Palier, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, ed., The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies, (2012)


The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies (International Policy Exchange)

The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies (International Policy Exchange)

  • 作者: Patrick Emmenegger,Silja Hausermann,Bruno Palier,Martin Seeleib-Kaiser
  • 出版社/メーカー: Oxford Univ Pr (Txt)
  • 発売日: 2012/01/17
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Part I: Concept and Measurement

1. How We Grow Unequal
2. Varieties of Dualization? Labor Market Segmentation and Insider-Outsider Divides Across Regimes
3. Labor Market Disadvantage and the Experience of Recurrent Poverty


Part II: Decomposing Dualization
4. Whatever Works: Dualization and the Service Economy in Bismarckian Welfare States
5. Dualization and Gender in Social Services: The Role of the State in Germany and France
6. From Dilemma to Dualization: Social and Migration Policies in the 'Reluctant Countries of Immigration


Part III: Varieties of Dualization
7. Shifting the Public-Private Mix: A New Dualization of Welfare
8. Responses to Labor Market Divides in Small States Since the 1990s
9. Dualization and Institutional Complementarities: Industrial Relations, Labor Market and Welfare State Changes in France and Germany
10. Economic Dualization in Japan and South Korea


Part IV: The Politics of Dualization
11. Solidarity or Dualization? Social Governance, Union Preferences and Unemployment Benefit Adjustment in Belgium and France
12. Insider-Outsider Politics: Party Strategies and Political Behavior in Sweden
13. How Rich Countries Cope With Deindustrialization


Poverty, increased inequality, and social exclusion are back on the political agenda in Western Europe, not only as a consequence of the Great Recession of 2008, but also because of a seemingly structural trend towards increased inequality in advanced industrial societies that has persisted since the 1970s. How can we explain this increase in inequalities? Policies in labor markets, social policy, and political representation are strongly linked in the creation, widening, and deepening of insider-outsider divides-a process known as dualization. While it is certainly not the only driver of increasing inequality, the encompassing nature of its development across multiple domains makes dualization one of the most important current trends affecting developed societies.

However, the extent and forms of dualization vary greatly across countries. The comparative perspective of this book provides insights into why Nordic countries witness lower levels of insider-outsider divides, whereas in continental, liberal and southern welfare states, they are more likely to constitute a core characteristic of the political economy. Most importantly, the comparisons presented in this book point to the crucial importance of politics and political choice in driving and shaping the social outcomes of deindustrialization. While increased structural labor market divides can be found across all countries, governments have a strong responsibility in shaping the distributive consequences of these labor market changes. Insider-outsider divides are not a straightforward consequence of deindustrialization, but rather the result of political choice.

A landmark publication, this volume is geared for faculty and graduate students of economics, political science, social policy, and sociology, as well as policymakers concerned with increasing inequality in a period of deep economic and social crisis.







第1章 プロローグ


第1編 雇用慣行の比較分析―相違点と類似点
第2章 本編の課題と要約
第3章 外資系企業の雇用慣行
第4章 アメリカ企業および在米日系企業の雇用慣行


第2編 生え抜き重視の内部昇進制度
第5章 本編の課題と要約
第6章 生え抜き登用の内部昇進制度とその変化
第7章 管理階層別にみた賃金構造
補論・第8章 韓国の生え抜き登用率


第3編 流動的な労働市場と賃金構造―年功賃金の変化―
第9章 本編の課題と要約
第10章 労働力の内部養成型と外部調達型
第11章 外部調達と年功賃金


第12章 エピローグ







Schäfer, Andrea and Karin Gottschall, "From wage regulation to wage gap: how wage-setting institutions and structures shape the gender wage gap across three industries in 24 European countries and Germany", (2015)

Schäfer, Andrea and Karin Gottschall, 2015, "From wage regulation to wage gap: how wage-setting institutions and structures shape the gender wage gap across three industries in 24 European countries and Germany", Cambridge Journal of Economics, 39 (2): 467-496.

Whilst a common and persisting feature of advanced market economies, the gender wage gap nevertheless varies across countries. Amongst the factors affecting this wage gap, industrial relations and industry differences still require further research. Using data from EU-SILC in 25 European countries, this article analyses how national wage-setting institutions impact wage differences between male and female full-time employees in three distinct industries. Complementing the country comparison is an in-depth study of the German case using data from the German Linked Employer-Employee Database, shedding light on the interaction of industry-specific wage-setting regulations and gender equity in living wages. Findings from the international comparison suggest a substantial gender wage gap for full-time employees across industries with specific country patterns. Country patterns seem to be due to the overall influence of trade unions and the relationship between pay bargaining strategies and specific minimum wage policies. The German case adds to these findings by analysing the impact of sectoral models of wage bargaining for industry-specific gender wage gaps, focussing on living wages for skilled full-time employees.


Cambridge Journal of Economicsの39巻2号(2015年)の特集は、ジェンダー間賃金格差("Equal Pay as a Moving Target: International perspectives on forty-years of addressing the gender pay gap")である。この論文は、賃金交渉制度がジェンダー間賃金格差に与える影響に焦点を当てたもの。

European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditionsを用いた、 ヨーロッパ25ヶ国の分析。市場化されたセクターか、男性あるいは女性が優位のセクターかという軸から、健康サービス、製造業、金融という3つの産業に注目して、それぞれの産業でジェンダー間賃金格差がどのように異なるかを明らかにする。



Cohen, Daniel, Trois leçons sur la société post-industrielle, 『迷走する資本主義─ポスト産業社会についての3つのレッスン』(2006=2009)


迷走する資本主義―ポスト産業社会についての3つのレッスン (社会思想選書)

迷走する資本主義―ポスト産業社会についての3つのレッスン (社会思想選書)







Gershuny, Jonathan, Changing times: Work and Leisure in Postindustrial Society, (2000)


Changing Times: Work and Leisure in Postindustrial Society

Changing Times: Work and Leisure in Postindustrial Society


Time allocation, whether considered at the level of the individual or of the society, is a major focus of public concern. Are our lives more congested with work than they used to be? Is society polarizing into groups which, on one side, have too much work and too little leisure time to spend their money in, and on the other have no paid work, and hence no money to pay for the goods and services they might wish to use during their leisure? Has the recent convergence in men's and women's labour market roles led to an unfair distribution of the totals of paid plus unpaid work? These issues, and others similar, once the preserve of a few specialist sociologists and economists, now appear daily and prominently across the news and entertainment media.


Yet there is surprisingly little substantive evidence of how individuals and societies spend their time, and of how this has changed in the developed world over the recent past. This book brings together, for the first time, data gathered in some forty national scale 'time-diary' studies, from twenty countries, and covering the last third of the twentieth century. It examines the newly emerging political economy of time, in the light of new estimates of how time is actually spent, and of how this has changed, in the developed world.


1: An Introduction, and a First Summary
2: Work and Leisure: Historical Change in the Conditions of Life
3: Are We Running out of Time?
4: The Individual's and the Society's Day: Micro and Macro Theories of Time Use
5: The History and Future of Time Use: Empirical Evidence
6: Explaining Time Use
7: A Concise Atlas of Time Use: 20 Countries, 33 Years' Change
8: Time-Use Models of Economic Development
9: Humane Modernization