Employer occupation of regulatory space of the employee information and consultation (i&c) directive in liberal market economies
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Dundon, Tony; Dobbins, Tony; Cullinane, Niall; Hickland, Eugene; Donaghey, Jimmy (2014). Employer occupation of regulatory space of the employee information and consultation (i&c) directive in liberal market economies. Work, employment and society 28 (1), 21-39
This article shows how both employers and the state have influenced macro-level processes and structures concerning the content and transposition of the European Union (EU) Employee Information and Consultation (I&C) Directive. It argues that the processes of regulation occupied by employers reinforce a voluntarism which marginalizes rather than shares decision-making power with workers. The contribution advances the conceptual lens of regulatory space' by building on Lukes' multiple faces of power to better understand how employment regulation is determined across transnational, national and enterprise levels. The research proposes an integrated analytical framework on which occupancy' of regulatory space can be evaluated in comparative national contexts.