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Title: Labor relations and social dialogue in Portugal
Other Titles: Relações de trabalho e diálogo social em Portugal
Relaciones laborales y diálogo social en Portugal
Relations du travail et dialogue social au Portugal
Authors: Estanque, Elísio 
Ferreira, António Casimiro 
Issue Date: Apr-2019
Publisher: International Sociological Association
Serial title, monograph or event: Global Dialogue
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Abstract: Portugal is a semi-peripheral country that underwent a democratic transition in 1974, following a long period of dictatorship (starting in 1926). The authoritarian “Estado Novo” (New State) was established by the Constitution of 1933, which laid the normative foundations of a fascistic corporatism that legitimated state control over trade unions and built on the violent repression of workers.
Description: This article is also available in French, Spanish , Chinese (traditional), Chinese (simplified), Farsi, Hindi, Portuguese, Arabic, Japanese, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Romanian, Kazakh, Indonesian, Bengali, Ukrainian.
ISSN: 2519-8688
Rights: openAccess
Appears in Collections:I&D CES - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais

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