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The Impact of Socio-economic Shocks on Collective Bargaining and Social Dialogue in Slovenia

  • Matej Klarič
  • Miroslav Stanojević

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    In this article we outlined main features of the social dialogue and the collective bargaining in Slovenia as they occurred during the 1990s’ growth period. Then we tried to identify the main changes at the level of actors and processes that are emerging in the recent period. We found that the highly coordinated Slovenian system from the 1990s has been definitely exposed to the strong socio-economic shocks in the 2000s. Under the pressure of these – as we suggested not entirely externally caused shocks, the system’s coor­dinative capacity was weakening.

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    Paper provided by Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI) in its series Discussion Papers with number 11.

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    Date of creation: 05 Jun 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:cel:dpaper:11
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