Comparative Labor Law

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Matthew W. Finkin, Guy Mundlak
Edward Elgar Publishing, 31 ביולי 2015 - 512 עמודים

Economic pressure, as well as transnational and domestic corporate policies, has placed labor law under severe stress. National responses are so deeply embedded in institutions reflecting local traditions that meaningful comparison is daunting. This bo

 

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Introduction to the Comparative Labor Law Handbo
1
PART I COMPARING LABOR LAWS
19
National regional and international
21
Fostering market efficiencies or repairing market failures?
62
3 The challenge to comparative labor law in a globalized era
80
PART II THEMATIC COMPARISONS
113
Employees and other workers
115
5 Who is an employer?
132
Work place discrimination social inclusion and the law in Canada the United States and the European Union
220
9 Job loss
268
10 Freedom of association
296
11 Employee voice outside collective bargaining
330
PART III REGIONAL COMPARISONS
377
A critical appraisal
379
From a centrally planned to a free market economy in Central and Eastern Europe
403
14 Building BRICS of success?
440

6 Employee autonomy privacy and dignity under technological oversight
153
7 Legal protection for employee mobility
195

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Edited by Matthew W. Finkin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US and Guy Mundlak, Tel Aviv University, Israel

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