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Research handbooks in comparative law.
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The rich panoply of sources of labor law: National, regional and international / Marilyn J. Pittard and Stuart Butterworth Comparative labor and employment law in developed market economies: Fostering market efficiences or repairing market failures? Silvia Bonfanti, Cynthia Estlund, and Nuno Garoupa The challenge to comparative labor law in a globalized era / Kerry Rittich and Guy Mundlak The subjects of labor law: 'Employees' and other workers / Guy Davidov, Mark Freedland, and Nicola Kountouris Who is an employer? / Luisa Corazza and Orsola Razzolini Employee autonomy, privacy, and diginity under technological oversight / Matthew W. Finkin, Rudiger Krause and Hisashi Takeuchi-Okuno Legal protection for employee mobility / Alan Hyde and Emanuele Menegatti The lasting influence of legal origins: Workplace discrimination, social inclusion and the law in Canada, the United States and the European Union / Kevin Banks, Roberta Nunin, and Adriana Topo Job loss / Joanna Howe, Esther Sanchez, and Andrew Stewart Freedom of association / Alan Bogg and Keith D. Ewing Employee voice outside collective bargaining / Monika Schlachter and Achim Seifert European Union labour law and the European Social Model: A critical appraisal / Frank Hendricks and Stefano Giubonni Labor law in transition: From a centrally planned to a free market economy in Central and Eastern Europe / Erika Kovacs, Nikita Lyutov, and Leszek Mitrus Building BRICS of success? / Sean Cooney, Darcy du Toit, Roberto Fragale, Roger Ronne, and Kamala Sankaran.
K1705.4 .C66 2015
Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing,