3 edition of EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law (Oxford Monographs on Labour Law) found in the catalog.
July 6, 2007
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||220|
The book explores the subject’s major policy themes, examines the various procedures by which EU labour law is made, and analyses key topics such as worker migration, equality, working time and procedures for workers’ participation in employers’ decision-making. When the Labour Government came to power in the United Kingdom (UK) in , it aimed to pursue a constructive European policy which departed from that of John Major’s outgoing government. Successive Labour Party manifestoes sought to establish some kind .
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Syrpis’ book offers an insightful and refreshing analysis of the breadth of integration and labour law in the EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law book.
He shows an acute awareness of the threat posed by the EU to the autonomy of national labour law regimes but he has the ambition and originality to offer a positive response based on interventions that reinforce the social : Jeff Kenner. This book investigates the extent to which the European Union intervenes, and should intervene, in domestic labour law.
It examines the stated and potential rationales for EU intervention, and argues that there are considerable merits to be derived from separating out the integrationist, economic and social arguments which have been deployed in defence of EU intervention.
This book investigates the extent to which the European Union intervenes, and should intervene, in domestic labour law. It examines the stated and potential rationales for EU intervention, and argues that there are considerable merits to be derived from separating out the integrationist, economic, and social arguments which have been deployed in defence of EU intervention.
"This book investigates the extent to which the European Union intervenes, and should intervene, in domestic labour law. It examines the stated and potential rationale for EU intervention, and argues that there are considerable merits to be derived from separating out the integrationist, economic, and social argument which have been deployed in defence of EU intervention.
EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law Kenner, Jeff Book Reviews June EU Intervention in Domestic Labour Law by Phil Syrpis [Oxford: Oxford University Press,xxi and pp, hardback, £50, ISBN ] On what basis and how far should the European Union (EU) intervene in domestic labour law.
This monograph explores the case for European Union intervention in domestic labour law. It sets out the various arguments which can be made for EU intervention, and goes on to consider the different ways in which the EU has intervened, exploring the implications of the shifts in policy-making technique.
It provides a framework to enable the reader to think about the role the EU does, and. This chapter categorises the various objectives which EU intervention in domestic labour law may be thought to serve into three broad rationales, and draws out the implications which a commitment to each of the integrationist, economic, and social rationale may, or must, entail.
Much of the focus is on the integrationist rationale, and to a critique of the various actors' understanding of the. Table of contents for EU intervention in domestic labour law / Phil Syrpis. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. New Book: EU Labour Law. 09 Jan Research Handbook on EU Labour Law, edited by Alan Bogg, Cathryn Costello and A.C.L. Davies. Globalisation of the economy and increased integration in Europe has led to a stronger focus on EU labour, employment and equality law.
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The authors demonstrate how this represents an unprecedented degree of EU involvement in domestic social and labour market policies. Readers will also discover how greater demands to attain balanced budgets have been institutionalized, leading to tensions with the EU's social investment strategy.
International labour law is the body of rules spanning public and private international law which concern the rights and duties of employees, employers, trade unions and governments in regulating the workplace. The International Labour Organization and the World Trade Organization have been the main international bodies involved in reforming labour markets.
Labour law arose in parallel with the Industrial Revolution as the relationship between worker and employer changed from small-scale production studios to large-scale factories. Workers sought better conditions and the right to join a labour union, while employers sought a more predictable, flexible and less costly state of labour law at any one time is therefore both the product.
The book explores the subject’s major policy themes, examines the various procedures by which EU labour law is made, and analyses key topics such as worker migration, equality, working time and procedures for workers’ participation in employers’ : A.
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European states that are not members of the European Union form part of the Council of Europe. But mostly, labor law in Europe is marked byEuropean Community law.
The European Union has created a European centre of expertise in the field of labour law, employment and labour market policies in The centre of expertise covers legal, regulatory, EU labour law also benefits employers and society as a whole by.
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