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Greek Labour Relations in Transition in a Global Context

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Dimosthenis Daskalakis

The book investigates Greek industrial relations in a global context at different periods. Combining sociological, institutional, political and social aspects, it discusses industrial relations from statism that prevailed up to the ‘80s, to policies after the early ‘90s requesting modernisation and democratic neocorporatism. It also analyzes the dramatic overthrow of the institutional and real balance in the labour market after the conclusion of the Memorandum with the E.U. and I.M.F. and the great recession of the last six years.
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Dr. Dimosthenis Daskalakis is a Professor of Sociology (Industrial Sociology and Industrial Relations) at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

In March 2014 he was elected as Dean of the School of Education in National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Since January 1st 2013 up to the 31st of August, 2014 Professor Dr. Dimosthenis Daskalakis has been the President of the Faculty of Pedagogy in Primary Education (P.E.) and Member of the Senate at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

He is Head of the “Observatory for the Study of Childhood” of the Social Sciences Research Laboratory of the Faculty of Pedagogy in P.E. at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is also Head of the Direction ‘Sociology of Labour, labour market policies-minorities-childhood’ in the Postgraduate Studies Programme of the same Faculty.

He served as Deputy President of the Faculty of Pedagogy in P.E. at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and as Director of the Human Studies Sector of the above mentioned Faculty for two years. His research interests focus on the following subject matters: a) new technologies – work – education; b) social inequalities and discriminations in work, education, society and social change; and c) sociology of childhood, minorities, poverty and social exclusion. He has been teaching in three postgraduate studies programmes at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and he also taught in two postgraduate programmes at Panteion University of Athens for a number of years in the...

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