"This book is part of a series which sets out a restatement of labour law in Europe. Its second volume looks at atypical employment relationships in Europe. Opening with a restatement, the book provides comparative commentary on the question of how fixed-term employment relationships, part-time employment relationships and temporary agency work is regulated by law in the individual states, which case law of the courts must be observed in this respect and which possibilities exist for shaping such relationships on the basis of collective bargaining agreements. The book goes on to systematically explore the national regulatory framework of: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. In this area, which is largely shaped by EU law in many countries, the commonalities and differences with regard to the relevant regulatory issues are examined. This important new project provides the definitive survey of labour law in Europe today."-- Provided by publisher.
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Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Austria Martin Risak 2. Belgium Wilfried Rauws 3. Bulgaria Krassimira Sredkova 4. Croatia Ivana Grgurev 5. Cyprus Nicos Trimikliniotis and Corinna Demetriou 6. Czech Republic Petr Hurka 7. Denmark Natalie Videbaek Munkholm 8. Estonia Gaabriel Tavits 9. Finland Matleena Engblom 10. France Francis Kessler 11. Republic of North Macedonia Todor Kalamatiev and Aleksandar Ristovski 12. Germany Bernd Waas 13. Greece Costas Papadimitriou 14. Hungary Gyorgy Kiss 15. Iceland Eln Blondal and Inga Bjorg Hjaltadttir 16. Ireland Anthony Kerr 17. Italy Edoardo Ales, Antonio Riccio and Antonio Riefoli 18. Latvia Kristine Dupate 19. Lithuania Tomas Davulis 20. Luxembourg Jean-Luc Putz 21. Malta Lorna Mifsud Cachia 22. Montenegro Vesna Simovi c -Zvicer 23. Netherlands Guus Heerma van Voss 24. Norway Helga Aune 25. Poland Leszek Mitrus 26. Portugal José João Abrantes and Rita Canas da Silva 27. Romania Raluca Dimitriu 28. Russia Nikita Lyutov and Elena Gerasimova 29. Serbia Senad Jaarevi c 30. Slovakia Robert Schronk 31. Slovenia Polonca Kon c ar 32. Spain Joaquin Garcia Murcia and Ivan Antonio Rodr-guez Cardo 33. Sweden Andreas Inghammar 34. Switzerland Wolfgang Portmann and Rahel Aina Nedi 35. Turkey Kadriye Bakirci 36. United Kingdom Benjamin Jones and Jeremias Prassl.