By Ida Regalia
Utilizing a comparative framework, this new quantity makes a speciality of how non-standard employment will be regulated in very assorted social, political and institutional settings. After surveying those new types of paintings and the recent calls for for labour-market legislation, the authors establish attainable ideas between local-level actors and supply a close research of the way agencies investigate the benefits and drawbacks of versatile sorts of employment. The authors offer six certain case reviews to envision the successes and screw ups of experimental techniques and social innovation in a variety of areas within the united kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
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N ϭ (rows 1–5) Catalonia 206, Lombardy 287, Rhône-Alpes 132, Saarland-SR 132, West Midlands 161, (row 6) Catalonia 205, Lombardy 285, Rhône-Alpes 131, Saarland-SR 126, West Midlands 161, (rows 7–13) Catalonia 204, Lombardy 293, Rhône-Alpes 131, Saarland-SR 132, West Midlands 161. Note a Any temporary working: ﬁxed-term ϩ occasional ϩ agency. innovation for the sake of simplicity). Besides the twelve forms taken separately, the table also gives (in the row headed ‘Any temporary working’) the percentage of workplaces using one or more of the various forms of temporary work.
The ﬁeld of interest to us – the regulation of the new forms of employment in a manner which balances the interests of workers with those of ﬁrms – is a substantially new area of action, exploration of which, with few exceptions, is unprecedented and cannot rely on a reference framework apart from the way in which standard work is regulated, which is obviously unsatisfactory in that it is at once excessive and inadequate. Essentially of interest to us, therefore, is a range of social experiments and innovations based on cooperative patterns of action and which concern sociological theories on collective action or legal theories on the reﬂexive production of norms (Rogowski and Wilthagen 1994).
In other words, the mode of regulation best suited to the circumstances is likely to be cooperation based on community and association in local economies (Streeck and Schmitter 1985; Cooke and Morgan 1998; Le Galès and Voelzkow 2001). Consequently, the central chapters (Chapters 3–8) of this book are devoted to the identiﬁcation and discussion of examples – successful to a greater or lesser extent but nevertheless already in progress – of concerted solutions for the use of ﬂexible employment arrangements in diverse local contexts.