Decentralising social dialogue: panacea or illusion?
Decentralisation of collective bargaining has been one of the key trends concerning labour market regulation of the last decades. Countries with an intermediate degree of centralisation can achieve better employment and inflation results by pursuing greater decentralisation of wage setting (through collective bargaining). Additionally, in the presence of productivity differentials across industries and regions, decentralisation can make wages responsive to these differences.
This webinar with Marc De Vos (Visiting Fellow Itinera and Dean Macquary University Sidney) and Daniel Pérez del Prado (PhD. Associate Professor at the Department of Social and International Law of Carlos III University of Madrid) assesses how decentralisation has been carried out and, most importantly, what kind of practical results have been achieved.
You can watch this webinar on our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFSM90QH6y0&list=PLMniy0g_1rOPqQMmJeRsYaB59k57AesA0
Or read the paper, with a Dutch and French summary: https://www.itinera.team/nl/artikel/sociaal-overleg-2/