Vincenzo Bavaro

The majority principle in industrial relations

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The paper analyses the structure of the majority principle in trade union law and its role in the industrial relations. The author distinguishes two functions of majority principle: it is aimed to individuate the Subject and to take decisions about the Contract. The former function of this principle institutionalizes the industrial relations system and therefore the majority principle becomes a regulatory tool of collective conflict.


  • Trade Unions
  • Majority Principle
  • Democracy


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