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?
Perspectives on Labour Law / Edition 2by A. C. L. Davies
Pub. Date: 08/31/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Davies (law, Brasenose College, U. of Oxford) provides an accessible introduction to labor law in England. Each chapter looks at a particular issue from the perspectives of human rights, economics, and English law. Sample topics include working time, discrimination, wages, dismissal, collective representation, and industrial action. The author concludes with a discussion of globalization and other emerging issues in labor law. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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