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Title: Cyprus-Malta on the threshold of accession to the European Union. Challenges to workers and trade unions [Book review]
Authors: Field, John
Keywords: Books -- Reviews
Labor unions -- Malta
Employees -- Social conditions -- Malta
Malta -- Relations -- European Union countries
European Union -- Relations -- Malta
European Union -- Small states -- Relations
Cyprus -- European Communities
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Field, J. (1998). Review of the book Cyprus-Malta on the Threshold of Accession to the European Union. Challenges to Workers and Trade Unions, by K. Symeonides & G. Baldacchino. Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, 3(1), 163-164.
Abstract: Internationally, trade unions face the complex and multiple challenges posed by rapid globalising tendencies. In the Mediterranean, such tendencies are given an added impulse by the development of the European Union. Whether or not Malta joins Cyprus in the next group of new entrants, all social groups face the consequences of decisions taken by the EU and its institutions; nor can they escape the wider processes of global economic integration in which the EU is both player and victim. This publication, which brings together papers presented at trade union education programmes in Malta and Cyprus, is therefore both timely and relevant.
ISSN: 10245375
Appears in Collections:MJES, Volume 3, No. 1 (1998)
MJES, Volume 3, No. 1 (1998)

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