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Anders Kjellberg

Professor of Sociology

Research areas

  • Trade Unions, Employers' Associations and Industrial Relations (Anders Kjellberg):

* Density of employers' associations; union density among white-collar and blue-collar workers; density of unemployment funds

* Union density from an international perspective - see tables 1 and 53 here

* Coverage of collective agreements - see tables F and G in English appendix 3.

* Regulation by the labour market parties (self regulation) versus state regulation

* The Swedish labour market model from a historical and international perspective

* The Swedish Ghent System (government-supported union unemployment funds)

* Membership Development of Swedish Trade unions and Union Confederations since the End of the Nineteenth Century

RECENTLY PUBLISHED: FOUR VOLUMES ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE 28 EU COUNTRIES.

Collective bargaining in Europe: towards an endgame (eds. Torsten Müller, Kurt Vandaele & Jeremy Waddington). European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), Brussels 2019. Anders Kjellberg has written the swedish chapter Sweden: collective bargaining under the industry norm, which is to be found in volume III (pp. 583-604). For more information.

LABOUR MIGRATION TO LOW-WAGE JOBS IN THE SWEDISH RESTAURANT AND CLEANING SECTORS

Olle Frödin & Anders Kjellberg (2018) “Labor Migration from Third Countries to Swedish Low-wage Jobs”, Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, vol. 8 no 1 (March 2018), pp. 65-85.

About the Research Project: Labour Migration, Trade Unions and Employers: Summary of the Results

MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN SWEDISH TRADE UNIONS SINCE THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Read the new report The Membership Development of Swedish Trade Unions and Union Confederations Since the End of the Nineteenth Century Department of Sociology, Lund University: Studies in Social Policy, Industrial Relations, Working Life and Mobility. Research Reports 2017:2 (Updated 21 November 2019)

SELF-REGULATION VERSUS STATE REGULATION

Anders Kjellberg has contributed with a chapter in Mia Rönnmar and Jenny Julén Votinius (eds.) Festskrift till Ann Numhauser-Henning (Juristförlaget i Lund 2017, pp. 357-383): Self-regulation versus State Regulation in Swedish Industrial Relations.  

THE DANISH AND SWEDISH LABOUR MARKET MODELS COMPARED

Den danske model set udefra - komparative perspektiver på dansk arbejdsmarkedsregulering (Trine Pernille Larsen & Anna Ilsøe edS.). København: Jurist- og Økonomforbundets Forlag 2016. Information about the book including contents. Chapter by Anders Kjellberg & Christian Lyhne Ibsen "Attacks on union organizing: Reversible and irreversible changes to the Ghent-systems in Sweden and Denmark" (pp. 279-302).

NORDIC LIGHTS

A New World of Work Challenging Swedish Unions (by Anders Bruhn, Anders Kjellberg & Åke Sandberg) in Åke Sandberg (ed.) Nordic Lights. Work, Management and Welfare in Scandinavia (SNS 2013, pp. 126-186).

SWEDISH UNION DENSITY

The Decline in Swedish Union Density since 2007 Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies (NJWLS) Vol. 1. No 1 (August 2011), pp. 67-93.

More recent data on Swedish union density Kollektivavtalens täckningsgrad samt organisationsgraden hos arbetsgivarförbund och fackförbund, (The Coverage of Collective Agreements, Union Density and Density of Employers’ Associations), Department of Sociology, Lund University: Studies in Social Policy, Industrial Relations, Working Life and Mobility. Research Reports 2019:1. Appendix 3 in English.

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Anders Kjellberg
E-mail: anders [dot] kjellberg [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se

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Research projects

Labour Migration, Trade Unions and Employers (FAS/Forte). Anders Kjellberg and Olle Frödin.

Union Density in a Global Perspective Anders Kjellberg

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Department of Sociology
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