Which institutions to promote a well-functionning wage bargaining in Europe?

Past event

Comparison between France, Germany and the Scandinavian countries

17 June 2024
8h45 16h
Salle de conférence (MISHA) et salle Alex Weill (Fac Droit)

The DRES Research unit, the ITI MAKErS, the Faculty of Law, the Institut du Travail and the Faculty of Languages of the University of Strasbourg are pleased to announce the workshop ‘Which institutions to promote a well-functioning of wage bargaining in Europe?’ to be held on 17 June 2024:

  • Morning: Cconférence room (MISHA)
  • Afternoon: Alex Weill room (Faculty of law)

Admission is free but registration is required HERE

In 2024, a ‘High Council on Remuneration, Employment and Productivity’ was established, one of whose tasks is to carry out assessments, make diagnoses and formulate guidelines, particularly in the area of wage bargaining. What can we learn from the experiences of other countries in this area?

  • What data, models and standards are used in wage negotiations in Germany and Scandinavia?
  • Do any government bodies exist to facilitate the smooth running of these negotiations, and what exactly is their role?

The workshop will be held in English. It will bring together lawyers, political scientists, economists and sociologists to discuss these issues.

We look forward to seeing you there!