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Industrial Relations in Greece: Βetween “concertation” and “decentralization”

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Χριστίνα Καρακιουλάφη, Ανδρέας Μοσχονάς
Χριστίνα Καρακιουλάφη, Ανδρέας Μοσχονάς


In recent years, due to EU recommendations and restrictions, as well as to the predominance of a more consensus climate within the industrial relations field, one can observe the establishment of different types of social concertation, taking mainly the form of the so-called “Social Pacts”. In this article we will try to examine the case of Greece in order to understand whether we can talk about a new form of concertation or not, when taking into consideration the evolutions in the collective bargaining and social dialogue area, or in a broader sense the developments regarding workers participation in the elaboration of socioeconomic policy.


Greece; Social Pacts; Corporatism; Social Dialogue; Collective Bargaing


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