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Transnational Collective Agreements and Global Collective Treaties in Russia and the EU

Kirill Leonidovich Tomashevski

Abstract


In connection with the processes of globalization and internationalization
of the economies of States in different regions of the world, the increasing pressure of competition, there are new forms of social partnership agreements at the regional levels (so called transnational collective agreements) and global collective agreements.
Regional associations of employers and trade unions, transnational corporations and trade unions participate and play an important role in this process.
The paper examines collision issues related to the solution of the problem of correlation of transnational collective agreements and global collective agreements with other international and national sources of labour law.
This issue is almost not settled both in the national labour legislation of the member states of the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union, and at the international level. The author examines specific examples of transnational collective agreements and global collective agreements from the legal system of the European Union, as well as the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union, in particular the Russian Federation.
The conceptual solutions to the above mentioned problem of resolving legal conflicts between transnational collective agreements and global collective agreements and national social partnership agreements in the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union were proposed.


Keywords


Transnational (framework); collective agreement; global collective agreement; source of law; conflict

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14665/1614-4007-25-2-001

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