Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy

Sack D, Sarter EK (2018)
Journal of Industrial Relations 60(5): 669-690.

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Sack D, Sarter EK. Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy. Journal of Industrial Relations. 2018;60(5):669-690.
Sack, D., & Sarter, E. K. (2018). Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy. Journal of Industrial Relations, 60(5), 669-690. doi:10.1177/0022185618795706
Sack, D., and Sarter, E. K. (2018). Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy. Journal of Industrial Relations 60, 669-690.
Sack, D., & Sarter, E.K., 2018. Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy. Journal of Industrial Relations, 60(5), p 669-690.
D. Sack and E.K. Sarter, “Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy”, Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 60, 2018, pp. 669-690.
Sack, D., Sarter, E.K.: Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy. Journal of Industrial Relations. 60, 669-690 (2018).
Sack, Detlef, and Sarter, EK. “Collective bargaining, minimum wages and public procurement in Germany. Regulatory adjustments to the neoliberal drift of a coordinated market economy”. Journal of Industrial Relations 60.5 (2018): 669-690.