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Enterprise and Social Rights is the first book to focus on the ‘theory of the firm’ as it reveals itself in today’s world from a multidisciplinary perspective. It underscores the necessity to rebuild a new scientifically controlled paradigm that acknowledges and regulates the dimension of power in the functioning of the organization. Globalization has led to growing labour fragmentation and widening of gaps in social protection. Although the enterprise is increasingly expected to be socially responsible, in actuality, extreme worker inequalities and social dumping have become ubiquitous worldwide. With attention to innovative developments in Germany, Italy, Japan, and other countries, analyses include case studies of specific companies as well as case law, in particular, the European Court of Justice’s jurisprudence in matters of collective dismissals, seconded workers, and public contracts.
What’s in this book:
In their contributed chapters, nineteen renowned scholars in labour law and industrial relations rethink the firm, its conception, its value, and its regulation analysing such aspects as the following:
How this will help you:
As a compelling investigation of how a satisfactory implementation of labour standards in the fragmented enterprise can be guaranteed, this book will be useful to entrepreneurs, managers, consultants, corporate lawyers, judges, human rights experts, and trade unionists, and it will be welcomed by academics and researchers in industrial relations and labour law.