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Re-Imagining Labour Law for Development: Informal Work in the Global North and South (eBook)

Edited by: Diamond Ashiagbor

ISBN13: 9781509913121
Published: July 2019
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
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The aim of this book is to explore labour law's conceptual and normative narrative. If labour law is informed by the wider political and economic landscape within which it operates, what shape does or should labour law assume in response to the transformation of the political economy in countries of the global North, with the declining prevalence of the postwar model of full employment within a formal welfare state regime.

Correspondingly, what is the proper role to be played by labour law and labour relations institutions in the development process within industrialising countries of the global South? Drawing on the expertise of leading labour law scholars, this collection addresses those questions by examining the growth of informalisation. It offers research that is both empirically-grounded and doctrinally astute, exploring the changing face of labour law in the global North and South.

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Employment Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction: Narratives of Informality and Development - Diamond Ashiagbor
PART I - THEORISING INFORMALITY AND INFORMALISATION: HISTORICAL AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES
1. Historicising Labour in Development: Labour Market Formalisation through the Lens of British Colonial Administration - Kerry Rittich
2. Labour Law, Development Discourse and the Uses of Informality - Liam McHugh-Russell
3. Informalisation in International Labour Regulation Policy: Profiles of an Unravelling - Deirdre McCann
PART II - INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES: HISTORICAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND POLITICAL ECONOMY
4. Do Human Rights Work for Informal Workers? - Supriya Routh
5. Labour Law as a Luxury in the Global South? A Case Study from Zimbabwe - Pamhidzai H. Bamu
6. Insiders, Outsiders and Conflicts of Interest - Ruth Dukes
7. The Different Meanings of Formalisation. Experiments from the South: The Case of Argentina - Lorena Poblete
8. Supply Chains and Temporary Migrant Labour: The Relevance of Trade and Sustainability Frameworks - Tonia Novitz
PART III - EMPIRICAL APPROACHES: REGULATING INFORMALITY
9. What is Actually Regulating Work? A Study of Restaurants in Indonesia and Australia - Petra Mahy, Richard Mitchell, John Howe and Maria Azzurra Tranfaglia
10. Labour Laws, Informality, and Development: Comparing India and China - Simon Deakin, Shelley Marshall and Sanjay Pinto