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Perspectives on Labour Law




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 06/2009
Edizione: 2° edizione





Note Editore

Policy discussions play an important role in labour law, and labour lawyers draw on a wide range of disciplines and approaches in order to construct their arguments. This overview of the basic principles of labour law and the related policy arguments introduces two of the main perspectives used in the analysis of labour law today – human rights and economics. It offers a brief history of the influence of human rights and economics on labour law since the 1950s, explains neoclassical and new institutional economics and summarises the historical development of international human rights law. The insights of rights theorists and economists are then applied to a selection of topics in labour law, including anti-discrimination law, dismissal, working time, pay, consultation and collective bargaining, trade union membership and industrial action, in order to demonstrate the interplay between the two perspectives.




Sommario

Part I: 1. A brief history of labour law; 2. Economics perspectives on labour law; 3. Human rights perspectives on labour law; 4. Modes of regulation; Part II: 5. Who is protected by employment law?; 6. Working time; 7. Discrimination; 8. Wages; 9. Dismissal; 10. Collective representation; 11. Trade Union membership; 12. Industrial action; What next?




Prefazione

This overview of the basic principles of labour law explores how international human rights law and economics have influenced labour law since the 1950s. The insights of rights theorists and economists are applied to a selection of topics in labour law to demonstrate the interplay between the two perspectives.




Autore

Anne Davies is Fellow and Tutor in Law at Brasenose College, Oxford, and Reader in Public Law at the University of Oxford, where she teaches Labour Law and Public Law.










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780521722346

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Law in Context
Dimensioni: 247 x 14 x 174 mm Ø 600 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 300


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