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The right and duty of European Works Councils to report back to the workforce: broad uptake, little specificity

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De Spiegelaere, S., and R. Jagodzinski. The Right and Duty of European Works Councils to Report Back to the Workforce: Broad Uptake, Little Specificity. Vol. 2016, European Trade Union Institute, 2016.
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De Spiegelaere, S., & Jagodzinski, R. (2016). The right and duty of European Works Councils to report back to the workforce: broad uptake, little specificity. European Trade Union Institute.
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De Spiegelaere, S, and R Jagodzinski. 2016. “The Right and Duty of European Works Councils to Report Back to the Workforce: Broad Uptake, Little Specificity.” European Trade Union Institute.
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De Spiegelaere, S, and R Jagodzinski. 2016. “The Right and Duty of European Works Councils to Report Back to the Workforce: Broad Uptake, Little Specificity.” European Trade Union Institute.
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De Spiegelaere S, Jagodzinski R. The right and duty of European Works Councils to report back to the workforce: broad uptake, little specificity. Vol. 2016. European Trade Union Institute; 2016.
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S. De Spiegelaere and R. Jagodzinski, “The right and duty of European Works Councils to report back to the workforce: broad uptake, little specificity,” vol. 2016. European Trade Union Institute, 2016.
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  publisher    = {European Trade Union Institute},
  title        = {The right and duty of European Works Councils to report back to the workforce: broad uptake, little specificity},
  volume       = {2016},
  year         = {2016},
}