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° ‘What Europe says matters’: the European Semester as a catalyst to overcome national social dialogue blockages?
Case study Bulgaria
Tomev L., Daskalova N., Kostov L. and Ivanov M. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.36, May 2019, 37p.  
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° Squeezed out from the policy-making processes? The European Semester in a context of weakened social partnership
Case study Hungaria
Albert F. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.37, May 2019, 33p.  
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° From an ‘intrusion’ to a ‘window of opportunity’? Influencing the national debate through the European Semester
Case study Italy
Pavolini E. and Natili M. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.38, May 2019, 37p.  
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° National trade unions and the European Semester: reciprocal but limited influence 
Case study Belgium
Peña-Casas R. and Ghailani D. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.40, May 2019, 37p.  
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° ‘Just being heard’? Engaging in the European Semester in the shadow of macroeconomic surveillance
Case study Portugal
Perista P. and Perista H. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.41, May 2019, 32p.  
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° Neither sticks nor carrots: Swedish trade union involvement in the European Semester
Case study Sweden
Jansson O., Jansson J. and Ottosson J. (2019)
OSE Paper Series, Research Paper No.42, June 2019, 29p.  
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