2000
DOI: 10.1590/s0011-52582000000200002
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O modelo legislado de relações de trabalho no Brasil

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“…Conversely, there is little space left for negotiation. This model of Brazilian industrial relations is defined as "legislado" (legislated) (Noronha, 2000), in contrast to a model where the voluntarism of the parties, and not the law, is central to industrial relations dynamics (e.g., Italy - Regalia and Regini, 1995). In spite of this corporative framework, a big union mobilization -known as novo sindicalismo (new unionism: Rodrigues, 1999) -characterized the years between the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s, especially in the industrial region around São Paulo.…”
Section: Hierarchical Market Economies and Brazilian Specificitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Conversely, there is little space left for negotiation. This model of Brazilian industrial relations is defined as "legislado" (legislated) (Noronha, 2000), in contrast to a model where the voluntarism of the parties, and not the law, is central to industrial relations dynamics (e.g., Italy - Regalia and Regini, 1995). In spite of this corporative framework, a big union mobilization -known as novo sindicalismo (new unionism: Rodrigues, 1999) -characterized the years between the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s, especially in the industrial region around São Paulo.…”
Section: Hierarchical Market Economies and Brazilian Specificitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, it is to be noted that the contents of the convenções coletivas are not effectively broader than those established by the labour laws. Moreover, the application of labour laws and convenções coletivas is historically widely neglected in Brazil (Noronha, 2000;Oliveira, 2003). However, we cannot disregard the fact that some Brazilian unions have tried to foster workers' rights through political bargaining and lobbying, especially towards the union-friendly ruling parties, such as the PT (Schneider and Karcher, 2010).…”
Section: Hierarchical Market Economies and Brazilian Specificitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In contrast, industrial bargaining plays a residual role in determining this relationship (Cardoso and Gindin, 2009). Brazil's model of industrial relations has thus been characterized as "legislated" or "hard-law" (Noronha, 2000), and labor courts play a fundamental role in labor disputes, both individual and collective.…”
Section: Brazilian Unions: State-embedded Institutionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mais recentemente, a partir de Noronha (1999;2000), pesquisadores passaram a designar o modelo brasileiro como "legislado", enfatizando a forte primazia estatal na criação da norma. Já Pichler (2002;2005) utiliza a expressão "modelo estatutário de barganha" (ou "modelo legislado de barganha") para destacar que, a par da primazia estatal, a evolução do sistema brasileiro a partir de fins da década de 1970 teria abrigado também um papel não desprezível para a negociação coletiva.…”
Section: Lições Do Industrial Relations Systems Cinquenta Anos Depoisunclassified