over the last twenty years, transnational social dialogue has expanded greatly at the inter-sectoral and enterprise, both within Europe and globally. But what are the interactions between different places and different actors in the transnational social dialogue? How do transnational social dialogue he weighs about national dialogue systems, themselves often characterized by a multiplicity of levels?
These challenging issues are discussed by Andrew and Evelyn Leonard Sobczack through a careful review of recent sociological literature on this subject and a survey of local actors. The authors show in which types of sites emerging innovations that serve as models. They identify players who have given birth and whose experience can serve as a fulcrum for a progressive enrichment of the content of agreements and their implementation procedures.