Contents: Jens Lind: Introduction – Herman Knudsen: Representation and Participation - Unilateralism or Bipartism? – Richard
Hyman: Solidarity For Ever? – Harriet Bradley/Geraldine Healy/Nupur Mukherjee: Including Minority Ethnic Women - Trade Union
Strategies in the UK – Peter Leisink: The Information Industry: Towards Post-fordist Employment Relations? – Steen Scheuer:
Extra Holiday Entitlements in Denmark - Towards a Transformation of Collective Bargaining? – Daryl D’Art/Thomas Turner: Union
Growth and Recognition. The Irish Case in a Comparative Context – Jeremy Waddington: Representation and Participation in Multinational
Companies. The Perspective of European Works Council Representatives from Six Countries – Peter Nielsen: Employee Involvement
and Participation in Knowledge Organisations – Henning Jørgensen: Labour Market and Employment Policies Activated? – Amparo
Serrano Pascual: Are European Activation Policies Converging? – Jean-Claude Barbier: Systems of Social Protection in Europe.
Two Contrasted Paths to Activation, and Maybe a Third – Henning Jørgensen: Make Contacts - Not Contracts! Better Development
of Labour Markets through Corporatist Steering and Accountability, Illustrated by Danish Labour Market and Employment Policies
– Thomas Bredgaard: Similar Labels, Different Contents. A Comparison of Corporate Social Responsibility in Different Contexts
– Jens Lind: Labour Market Policy in Denmark - A European Success Story? – David Etherington: The Politics of the Jobs Gab
and Activation. Future Directions for Labour Market Policy in the UK and Denmark – Helge Albrechtsen: Do We Need the Unemployed
as a Fourth Industrial Relations Actor? The Case of the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany and Denmark within
the Framework of the European Employment Strategy – Mikkel Mailand/Søren Kaj Andersen: Social Partnership for Inclusion. Theoretical
Understandings and Empirical Typologies.