The introduction concisely explicates the main points of discussion relevant for the chapters of this book. It shortly analyzes the implications of the de-territorialization of “bounded” national labor markets, sets the scene for how the regulatory framework and is used and its implications for labor market regulations, points to the possibilities for resistance within transnational workspaces, and presents the shifting relationship between the changes in the territorial nation state and its institutional apparatus and among the changes in employment relations in the EU. It shortly outlines the methods and approach.
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