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Introduction

PART I
MODES OF COLLECTIVE ACTION AND SOLIDARITY
1. Labour Law in the Age of Populism: Towards Sustainable Democratic Engagement
Alan Bogg and Mark Freedland
2. Modes of Collective Action: Judicialisation as a Form of Protest
Julia López López
3. Collective Bargaining and Right to Strike: New Challenges
Margarita I Ramos Quintana and Dulce María Cairós Barreto
4. Connecting the Dots: Coordination in Decentralised Trade Union Organising
Assaf Bondy and Guy Mundlak
5. Unions and On-demand Work in the United States
Katherine V.W. Stone

PART II
COLLECTIVE ACTION AND MULTI-LEVEL AGENCY
6. Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining: Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency
Tonia Novitz
7. Trade Unions' Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers: Mapping the Process to Agency
Consuelo Chacartegui
8. European Works Councils and the Convergence of National Collective Bargaining Processes
Sergio Canalda

PART III
COLLECTIVE ACTION AND INCLUSIVE GOVERNANCE
9. Autonomous Collective Bargaining in Sweden under Pressure
Mia Rönnmar
10. Collective Bargaining on Social Protection in the Context of Welfare State Retrenchment: The Case of Unemployment Insurance
Alexandre de le Court
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