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Vol 24 No 4 April/May 2019

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Transnational, European, and National Labour Relations

Edited by: Gerald Sander, Vesna Tomljenovic, Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat

ISBN13: 9783319022185
Published: July 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £129.99

This is a Print On Demand Title.
The publisher will print a copy to fulfill your order. Books can take between 1 to 3 weeks. Looseleaf titles between 1 to 2 weeks.

The future of labour relations and labour law, affected by globalisation and internationalisation processes is a matter which receives much attention, not only in the scientific legal community, but also wider public. For this reason, there is an increasing number of studies and research in this field, especially in the context of erosion of national prerogatives and decentralisation of cross-border economic activities. Neo-liberal globalisation, transnational corporations and the issue of labour and social standards have opened a variety of problems on global, European and national levels. The European Union endeavours in the recent years to deal with market challenges, posed particularly in the labour market, by positive, as well as negative harmonisation.

Employment Law, EU Law
Transformation of Employment Relations and Social Dumping in the European Union - the Struggle between David and Goliath? by Mario Vinkovi?
Cross-Border Mobility, Supranational Companies and Employee Participation – no Chance for Harmonization by Hana Horak
Immigration and labour policies: paradoxes of the European Union by Laura Calafà
Making a Living in the ‘Gig’ Economy: Last Resort or a Reliable Alternative? by Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Ana Poš?i? and Adrijana Martinovi?
Law Applicable to Employment Contracts under the Rome I Regulation by Ivana Kunda
Coping with Vague EU Legal Concepts by Martina Baj?i?
International Jurisdiction over Individual Contracts of Employment by Aleš Gali?
Liability models in supply chains - the flow of an innovative regulatory idea in a global legal space by Attila Kun
Functional Flexibility in the Context of Lifelong Learning by Andrijana Bili?
Danish Flexicurity – Not the Same Today as Yesterday by Herman Knudsen and Jens Lind
Dilemmas in Organizing the Labour Market
Experiences with Flexicurity in the Netherlands by Frans Pennings
Temporary Agency Work in Germany – A Short History and the Situation de lege lata by Mijo Boži? and Gerald G. Sander
Flexible and New Forms of Employment in Croatia and their Pension Entitlement Aspects by Ivana Grgurev and Ivana Vukorepa
Individual Dismissal in Croatia by Sandra Laleta
ADR in Labour Law Disputes in Italy by Gina Gioia
Forms of Work Performed in the Republic of Slovenia by Darja Sen?ur Pe?ek.