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The European Employment StrategyLabour Market Regulation and New Governance$
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Diamond Ashiagbor

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780199279647

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199279647.001.0001

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The influence of the European Employment Strategy on Member States’ employment policies, regulatory strategies and labour law

The influence of the European Employment Strategy on Member States’ employment policies, regulatory strategies and labour law

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(p.242) 6 The influence of the European Employment Strategy on Member States’ employment policies, regulatory strategies and labour law
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The European Employment Strategy
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Diamond Ashiagbor

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199279647.003.0007

This chapter assesses the extent to which the European Employment Strategy has ‘Europeanised’ national policy. The legal significance of the National Action Plans for Employment (NAPs) is analysed, along with the extent to which the interaction between the Employment Strategy and the European Monetary Union has given rise to new forms of corporatism in national wage and collective bargaining, EU Member States' NAPs since 1998, and the impact of EU internal market law on national employment and social policy. The chapter also focuses on the impact of the Employment Strategy in two Member States, the Netherlands and the UK, or rather, on the interaction between the objectives of EU policy and domestic political agendas for reform of welfare states and labour markets.

Keywords:   European Employment Strategy, employment policy, labour law, social policy, national policy, European Monetary Union, National Action Plans, welfare states, collective bargaining, labour market

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