Christian Lyhne Ibsen
Christian Lyhne Ibsen
Associate professor, FAOS/Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at faos.dk
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Trade union revitalisation: Where are we now? Where to next?
CL Ibsen, M Tapia
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2), 170-191, 2017
1322017
Mapping the frontier of theory in industrial relations: the contested role of worker representation
M Tapia, CL Ibsen, TA Kochan
Socio-Economic Review 13 (1), 157-184, 2015
1042015
Nordic labour market models in open markets
SK Andersen, JE Dølvik, CL Ibsen
ETUI, 2014
742014
Challenging Scandinavian employment relations: the effects of new public management reforms
CL Ibsen, TP Larsen, JS Madsen, J Due
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (11), 2295-2310, 2011
692011
Challenging Scandinavian employment relations: the effects of new public management reforms
CL Ibsen, TP Larsen, JS Madsen, J Due
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (11), 2295-2310, 2011
692011
Diverging solidarity: Labor strategies in the new knowledge economy
CL Ibsen, K Thelen
World Politics 69 (3), 409-447, 2017
452017
De nordiske aftalemodeller i åbne markeder–udfordringer og perspektiver
SK Andersen, JE Dølvik, CL Ibsen
Fafo, NordMod 2030, 2014
322014
Attacks on union organizing: Reversible and irreversible changes to the Ghent-systems in Sweden and Denmark
A Kjellberg, CL Ibsen
Den Danske Model set udefra (The Danish Model Inside Out), 279-302, 2016
292016
Strained compromises? Danish flexicurity during crisis
CL Ibsen
Nordic journal of working life studies 1 (1), 45-65, 2011
292011
The role of mediation institutions in Sweden and Denmark after centralized bargaining
CL Ibsen
British Journal of Industrial Relations 54 (2), 285-310, 2016
282016
Three approaches to coordinated bargaining: A case for power-based explanations
CL Ibsen
European Journal of Industrial Relations 21 (1), 39-56, 2015
262015
Striking a balance? Flexibility and security in collective bargaining
CL Ibsen, M Mailand
Economic and Industrial Democracy 32 (2), 161-180, 2011
252011
Importing low-density ideas to high-density revitalisation: The ‘organising model’in Denmark
J Arnholtz, CL Ibsen, F Ibsen
Economic and Industrial Democracy 37 (2), 297-317, 2016
212016
Changes in wage policy and collective bargaining in the Nordic countries–comparison of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden
SK Andersen, CL Ibsen, K Alsos, K Nergaard, P Sauramo
Wage bargaining under the new European Economic Governance, 139, 2015
212015
Hvem organiserer sig–Forklaringer på medlemskab af fagforeninger og a-kasser
CL Ibsen, JS Madsen, J Due
LO-dokumentation 3, 2011, 2011
202011
The manufacturing sector: Still an anchor for pattern bargaining within and across countries?
T Müller, JE Dølvik, C Ibsen, T Schulten
European Journal of Industrial Relations 24 (4), 357-372, 2018
192018
Adapting to survive: The case of Danish employers' organisations
CL Ibsen, S Navrbjerg
Human Resource Management Journal, 2018
182018
Fald i organisationsgraden igen
CL Ibsen, J Due, JS Madsen
Analyse, Copenhagen: FAOS, 2014
182014
Bargaining in the crisis-a comparison of the 2010 collective bargaining round in the Danish and Swedish manufacturing sectors
CL Ibsen, SK Andersen, J Due, JS Madsen
Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 17 (3), 323-339, 2011
182011
Social customs and trade union membership: a multi-level analysis of workplace union density using micro-data
CL Ibsen, J Toubøl, DS Jensen
European Sociological Review 33 (4), 504-517, 2017
172017
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