Pension Reform in Spain (1975-1997): the Role of Organized Labour
Trade unions are understood to be losing a great part of their capacity of pressure and influence in post-fordist economies. This paper shows how the role played by the Spanish trade unions in the process of reform of the pension system has been very significant.
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