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Du rapport salarial fordiste à la diversité des relations salariales

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    Ce travail propose une analyse rétrospective des transformations du rapport salarial fordiste du milieu des années soixante-dix jusqu'à la période présente. Aucune des configurations pures ne s'est imposée qu'il s'agisse du rapport salarial toyotien, de retour à une flexibilité externe, de l'économie du partage, domination de la figure de l'analyste symbolique ou encore d'un rapport salarial domine par la financiarisation. Il ressort que trois relations salariales ont émergé en réponse au changement de paradigme technologique, à l'essor de l'investissement direct vers l'étranger et plus encore au changement d'orientation des politiques économiques et du basculement du pouvoir de négociation des salariés et finalement le développement des marchés financiers. Le fait que coexistent durablement trois relations salariales -la stabilité polyvalente, la flexibilité de marché, la relation professionnelle- n'est pas sans poser la question de l'évolution du droit du travail et de l'orientation de l'action collective en matière de relations professionnelles. De plus, droit du travail, droit social, évolution de la fiscalité et des systèmes financiers interviennent simultanément dans l'évolution de ces trois relations salariales. Enfin, l'établissement de l'euro et la diffusion des technologies de l'information ne manqueront pas d'affecter le poids relatif de ces trois relations salariales.

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    Paper provided by CEPREMAP in its series CEPREMAP Working Papers (Couverture Orange) with number 0114.

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    Length: 21 pages
    Date of creation: 2001
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    Handle: RePEc:cpm:cepmap:0114

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    1. Florence Gallois & Martino Nieddu, 2014. "Centralisme marchand versus bricolage territorial ? Le plan Borloo face à la réalité des services à la personne," Working Papers halshs-00952287, HAL.

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