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2017 | nr 7 | 165--178
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Derogations in Peius from the Statutory Law in Collective Agreements - a Comparative Perspective

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Nowadays, one can observe a European tendency to derogate in peius from the statutory law in collective agreements, which is perceived as a guarantee of the flexibility of labour law. The aim of the article is to compare different national patterns in countries selected according to the degree of relaxation of the category of inderogability. The analysis of regulations adopted by different countries enables us to distinguish: deep, moderate and low liberalization pathway. The author will try to explain why each regulatory path is chosen and provide some analysis of the practical consequences of the different rules. There are clear differences between each country's system, however, research makes us aware of a tendency towards a neo-liberal pattern and the decline of the favorability principle in Europe. (original abstract)
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165--178
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  • University of Lodz, Poland
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