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Industrial Relations Foresight 2025: Sweden Compared to EU15, EU12 and Global 7 Countries

  • Anders Kjellberg
Publishing year: 2009
Language: English
Document type: Report
Publisher: Department of Sociology, Lund University
Additional info: Anders Kjellbergs hemsida

Abstract english

This report supplements the report "Industrial Relations Foresight for Sweden: Presentation of Results and Comments. While the latter report focus on Sweden does this report primarily contain comparisons between the 34 countries participating in the Eurofound project on future industrial relations up to the year 2025.


  • Sociology (excluding Social Work, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology)
  • survey
  • foresight
  • G7
  • state regulation
  • industrial actions
  • EWC
  • atypical employment
  • self-employment
  • job security
  • employers' associations
  • trade unions
  • individualism
  • flexibility
  • income inequality
  • equal opportunities
  • collective bargaining coverage
  • collective bargaining
  • EU
  • union density
  • EU Commission
  • Eurofound
  • EU12
  • EU27
  • EU15
  • European Works Councils
  • minimum wages
  • industrial relations
  • European Union
  • self-regulation
  • liberalism


  • Union Density in a Global Perspective
  • Industrial Relations Foresight 2025 for EU27 and G7 (Eurofound)-lup-obsolete
Anders Kjellberg
E-mail: anders [dot] kjellberg [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se



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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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