Until the financial crisis of 2008, European labour politics has mainly been shaped by horizontal EU market integration through the free movement of goods, capital, services and people. Since 2011, the latter has been complemented by vertical EU integration through the direct surveillance of EU member states. The resulting new economic governance regime of the EU opens contradictory possibilities for labour movements and the European integration process.


Invitation to 'authors meet critics' conferences:

Dublin, Royal Irish Academy - 5 Sep 2024, 16:00-19:00 - with

Andreas Bieler, Adrienne Héritier, Claire Kilpatrick, Imelda Maher

Paul Marginson, Angela Wigger and Michael Zürn


Just published:

Politicising Commodification 

Roland Erne, Sabina Stan, Darragh Golden, Imre Szabó and Vincenzo Maccarrone

 

Cambridge University Press, 2024

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This European Research Council project explores the challenges and possibilities that the EU's new economic governance regime poses to labour politics, social justice, and democracy in Europe.

 

 

Roland Erne

Professor of European Integration and Employment Relations, University College Dublin

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