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  1. Is the globalisation of the world economy threatening employment, wages and social safety nets in the industrial countries? What is the role played by the basic labour standards of the International Labour Organisation? Is a multilateral social clause desirable? As there is far from consensus about the answers to this question, the disagreement on cures and remedies will hardly come as a surprise.
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  2. Directive (EEC) No 94/45 is the first concrete step towards community-scale participation for workers. After a critical analysis of the directive and its implementation in Belgian, German, French and Dutch law by eminent international experts, four recent test cases are examined.
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  3. This book addresses the predicted cut-back on social protection by developed welfare states in the face of international economic competition.
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  4. This book gives an overall picture of the industrial relations in Belgium.
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    € 38,50

  5. This book originates from the widespread concern about the ageing of the population, experienced or expected in many industrialised countries, and its possible impact on economic growth and sustainability of social security programmes.
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  6. What social security rights are there for illegal workers? To what extent can health care services be refused by the beneficiary, and to what extent can coverage of health care services be refused by social security bodies?
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  7. The Essence of Social Dialogue contains the proceedings of the first seminar held by the European Platform on Social Dialogue (EPOS).
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    € 59,-

  8. This book aims to offer an overview of the Romanian Industrial Relations Law emphasizing its particularities within the other European systems and the effects of the recent integration in European Union. It is the first publication to offer a thorough discussion of Romanian industrial relations law.
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    € 33,-

  9. This casebook addresses the following questions. What aspects of social security are covered by the European Convention on Human Rights? What obligations does a State have in the field of social security to safeguard the rights guaranteed in the Convention? To what extent can a national right to a social security benefit constitute a civil right or even a property right as protected by the Convention?
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  10. This volume takes a three-pronged approach to the issue. The book starts with several contributions addressing general issues related to the right to take collective action in a transnational context. The second part consists of national reports on labour law aspects of cross-border collective action. The third part includes national reports on private international law issues resulting from the transnational nature of a collective action.
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