Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 14, No 3 (2018)

Collective Employment Relationships and Collective Disputes Resolution in Kosovo

Murat Jashari, Islam Pepaj



 Collective employment relationships based on collective agreement are new socioeconomic and political phenomena in former socialist states. Hence, such phenomenon is even newer in post-war Kosovo, which for years was under the administration of the United Nations, which established the basics for a legal and an economic order. The new phenomenon of socio-economic development encouraged free market economics and syndicalism as the main prerequisites for development of collective employment relationships. From that time to the present, these relationships have made significant progress in Kosovo in terms of legal infrastructure and their impact on economic development of the country. This paper aims to tackle both general collective employment relationships and, in particular, collective disputes resolution. In the section concerning disputes resolution, the author focused on a Kosovo case with the comparative approach vis-à-vis a number of regional countries, particularly examining the role of the state and syndicates in both mediation and resolution of such disputes.



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