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  1. This volume deals with the complicated relationship between posting of workers in the EU and collective labour law. It does so from a legal perspective but the author does not refrain from looking at the economic and social context in order to better understand the legal construction of said relationship.
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    €85.-
  2. The Mondragon Cooperatives

    Publication date: July 7, 2014

    This book about the Mondragon cooperatives in the Spanish Basque Country is a critical reflection on the origin and further development of one of the most highly-praised cooperative enterprises in the world.
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    €45.-

  3. Labour law is widely considered to be in crisis. The objective of this book is threefold. First of all, it draws attention to a number of phenomena and processes both within and outside the law that affect the protective mechanisms and essential functions of labour law. Secondly, the authors want to point out their main causes and principal consequences. Finally, the book reflects the remedies proposed by the authors to preserve the essential...
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  4. This book investigates whether one of the basic norms underlying contemporary labour law in the EU - standard work - has been subject to drastic changes. Standard work, usually defined as fulltime, permanent employment for a single employer, has traditionally been the most common form of work structure, and various legal obligations and protections are strongly associated with it. However, standard work seems to have increasingly come under at...
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    €65.-
  5. Active Ageing and Labour Law

    Publication date: November 6, 2012

    This book deals with active ageing and labour law and is dedicated to professor Roger Blanpain at the occasion of his 80th anniversary.
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  6. Flexicurity has been a core concept in the EU’s employment debates as of 2006 and was codified into common principles of flexicurity in December 2007. This study explains the development and conclusion of the EU’s flexicurity concept.
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  7. Disability and Employment

    Publication date: September 20, 2011

    Based on an analysis of the newly-adopted UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and present-day interpretations of international and European human rights instruments, this book seeks to define a contemporary disability human rights approach for the field of employment.
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    €70.-
  8. The Right to Work in China

    Publication date: April 22, 2011

    This book examines the legislative protection of the right to work in China from an international law perspective. It conducts a systematic and comprehensive exploration on the content and State obligations regarding the right to work in international law, including both international human rights law and international labor law. It also examines the latest developments in China’s legislation, especially labor law, in the light of clarified in...
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  9. This book analyses the reaction of some countries to the financial and economic crisis of 2007 with regard to the effect of this economic downturn on pensions. Both European and Anglo-Saxon countries are examined. It thus clarifies the main problems with regard to accounting standards for occupational retirement schemes, the funding of both DC and DB pension schemes, the governmental troubles with PAYG schemes. Recommendations and lessons fro...
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  10. Belgian Employment Law

    Publication date: October 29, 2010

    This book gives an overall picture of Belgian employment law Unlike the majority of the other European countries, Belgium distinguishes between blue-collar and white-collar workers. Furthermore it is easier to fire an employee in Belgium than in most EU-Member States. An employer does not need any form of external approval.
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