Jelle Visser spends much of his time researching Political economy, Trade union, Politics, Face and Wage. His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Convergence, Explanatory model, Demographic economics and Economy. His Economy research focuses on Negotiation and how it connects with Corporatism.
His studies in Face integrate themes in fields like Miracle, Welfare state, Capitalism and Public administration. The subject of his Wage research is within the realm of Labour economics. Industrial relations is closely connected to Moderation in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Labour economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial relations, Labour economics, Economic system, Collective bargaining and Political economy. The various areas that Jelle Visser examines in his Industrial relations study include Corporatism, Politics, Social dialogue, Economy and Market economy. His study deals with a combination of Politics and Western europe.
Jelle Visser combines subjects such as Face and European integration with his study of Economy. The concepts of his Economic system study are interwoven with issues in Internationalization, Corporate governance and Flexibility. His Political economy research includes elements of Representation and Welfare reform.
Jelle Visser mainly focuses on Collective bargaining, Economic system, Labour economics, Wage and Political economy. His Collective bargaining study which covers State that intersects with Bargaining power. As a member of one scientific family, Jelle Visser mostly works in the field of Labour economics, focusing on Inequality and, on occasion, Normative.
Jelle Visser has researched Wage in several fields, including Welfare state, Social partners, Multi-level governance, Immigration and Austerity. Jelle Visser usually deals with Political economy and limits it to topics linked to Knowledge economy and Politics. Jelle Visser brings together Market economy and Trade union to produce work in his papers.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Labour economics, Inequality, Earnings inequality, Union density and Economy. Jelle Visser has included themes like Wage compression, Efficiency wage, Earnings and International Social Survey Programme in his Inequality study. His Union density research is within the category of Wage.
His research integrates issues of Bargaining power, Collective bargaining and State in his study of Wage. His Bargaining power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social policy, Depression, Democracy and Mandate. His studies deal with areas such as Economic growth, Social rights and Industrial relations as well as Economy.
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A Dutch Miracle: Job Growth, Welfare Reform and Corporatism in the Netherlands
Jelle Visser;Anton Hemerijck.
Changing welfare states (1997)
Trade unions in Western Europe since 1945
Bernhard Ebbinghaus;Jelle Visser;Jelle Visser.
The ICTWSS database: Database on Institutional Characteristics of Trade Unions, Wage Setting, State Intervention and Social Pacts in 34 countries between 1960 and 2007
When Institutions Matter:Union Growth and Decline in Western Europe, 1950–1995
Bernhard Ebbinghaus;Jelle Visser.
European Sociological Review (1999)
Union Membership Statistics in 24 Countries
A Dutch miracle
Jelle Visser;Anton Hemerijck.
The role of unions in the twenty-first century: a report for the Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti
T. Boeri;A. Brugiavini;L. Calmfors;A.L. Booth.
Research Papers in Economics (2001)
The first part-time economy in the world: a model to be followed?:
Journal of European Social Policy (2002)
Why Fewer Workers Join Unions in Europe: A Social Custom Explanation of Membership Trends
British Journal of Industrial Relations (2002)
How Small Countries Negotiate Change: Twenty-Five Years of Policy Adjustment in Austria, the Netherlands, and Belgium
Anton Hemerijck;Anton Hemerijck;Brigitte Unger;Jelle Visser.
Welfare and Work in the Open Economy, vol. 2 (2000)
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