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Culling the papers from an international congress organised in Rome by the Italian Association for Labour Relations on the occasion of its 30th anniversary, this work offers the input of scholars from more than 12 countries around the globe who describe the modern realities of the labour market and its problems, evaluate policies, and look into future developments.;Workers were once engaged full-time for an indefinite period. Without the monopoly of public employment agencies, the labour market has opened up and is full of private enterprise opportunities. This book addresses the transformation in labour markets that has given rise to a wide range of questions about the state of the labour market and the causes of changes in job types and availability. It explores these important issues, examining the consequences of recent developments on employment law, HRM, industrial relations, and collective bargaining.;Scholars, practitioners, law makers, and others interested in the changing state of labour law should find this text useful.