Valenti, Alberto (2010) La Concertazione sociale tra vecchi e nuovi modelli. Doctoral Thesis.
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The first chapter deals with corporatism, designed as a model of representation of interests of
different economic actors oligopoly based about few representative organizations of a public nature.
It shows how, after the removal of some thirty years, more due to an antifascist than an actual give
up completely of the concept, the term corporatism appears again in the early eighties as a result of
concerted practices between government, unions and associations business.
The following chapter contains the core of the thesis. Is exploring the nature of social
partnership: the evolution of the model and the search for its legal foundations. Illustrates the
difficulty, in the absence of specific legislative references, to find a definition of dialogue that
contains all the nuances of the relations of trade union participation in negotiations with the
authorities. It is clear that consultation is vague concept in both the sociological and legal terms.
The interdisciplinary approach of the phenomenon defines the most varied forms of negotiation
with the unions complicating the definition.
In the following chapter discusses the link between consultation and collective bargaining when
the State attempts to inform the social partners the lines of cost containment and level of the salary
to be defined in negotiations. From this perspective we can appreciate how the social partnership
has been established also in terms of help, or prepare for a negotiation response to periods of
economic crisis or implementation of the information contained in the reforms of the legislation.
The last part of the thesis looks at new models of social partners involvement in decision-making
in the economic and social development. In particular, reference is made, first, to the model of
social dialogue as it has developed at Community level, on the other hand, the idea of playing a
national model of collective relations based on the need to achieve levels of competitiveness and
productivity, combined with increased rates of employment.
Finally are taken into account the guidelines of the White Paper on European Governance and
the impact on EU and national employment law.
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