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Ines Wagner
Ines Wagner
Institute for Social Research Oslo
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Rule Enactment in a Pan‐E uropean Labour Market: Transnational Posted Work in the G erman Construction Sector
I Wagner
British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (4), 692-710, 2015
942015
E uropean Integration and the Disembedding of Labour Market Regulation: Transnational Labour Relations at the E uropean C entral B ank Construction Site
I Wagner, N Lillie
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (2), 403-419, 2014
862014
Posted migration and segregation in the European construction sector
E Caro, L Berntsen, N Lillie, I Wagner
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (10), 1600-1620, 2015
822015
Subcontracting, insecurity and posted work: evidence from construction, meat processing and ship building
N Lillie, I Wagner
The Outsourcing challenge: organizing workers across fragmented production …, 2015
502015
EU posted work and transnational action in the German meat industry
I Wagner
Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 21 (2), 201-213, 2015
472015
Understanding the diverging trajectories of slaughterhouse work in Denmark and Germany: A power resource approach
I Wagner, B Refslund
European Journal of Industrial Relations 22 (4), 335-351, 2016
432016
Workers Without Borders: Posted Work and Precarity in the EU
I Wagner
38*2018
The Political Economy of Borders in a'Borderless' European Labour Market
I Wagner
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 53 (6), 1370-1385, 2015
372015
Restricted rights: obstacles in enforcing the labour rights of mobile EU workers in the German and Dutch construction sector
I Wagner, L Berntsen
Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 22 (2), 193-206, 2016
322016
Reducing precarious work in Europe through social dialogue: The case of Germany
K Jaehrling, I Wagner, C Weinkopf
IAQ-Forschung 3, 2016
19*2016
Arbeitnehmerentsendung in der EU: Folgen für Arbeitsmarktintegration und soziale Sicherung
I Wagner
WSI-Mitteilungen 68 (5), 338-344, 2015
172015
Reducing precarious work in Europe through social dialogue: The case of Germany
K Jaehrling, I Wagner, C Weinkopf
IAQ-Forschung 3, 2016
162016
Posted migration, spaces of exception, and the politics of labour relations in the European construction industry
N Lillie, I Wagner, L Berntsen
Comparative Political Economy of Work, 312, 2014
142014
11 Migration and human resource management
N Lillie, E Çaro, L Berntsen, I Wagner
International human resource management: an employment relations perspective …, 2013
122013
Cutting to the bone: Workers’ solidarity in the Danish-German slaughterhouse industry
B Refslund, I Wagner
Reconstructing solidarity: Labour unions, precarious work, and the politics …, 2018
102018
The logic of inappropriateness: migration and the politics of labour relations in the European construction industry
N Lillie, I Wagner, L Berntsen
The Comparative Political Economy of Work and Employment Relations …, 2014
92014
A socialization paradox: trade union policy cooperation in the case of the enforcement directive of the posting of workers directive
M Seeliger, I Wagner
Socio-Economic Review 18 (4), 1113-1131, 2020
82020
Trade unions and migrant workers in Germany: Unions between national and transnational labour market segmentation
I Wagner
Trade Unions and Migrant Workers, 2017
72017
Certified equality: The Icelandic equal pay standard
I Wagner
Rapport–Institutt for samfunnsforskning, 2018
62018
Posted work and deterritorialization in the European Union: a study of the German construction and meat industry
I Wagner
Jyväskylä studies in education, psychology and social research, 2015
62015
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