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  1. This book about the Mondragon cooperatives in the Spanish Basque Country is a critical reflection on the origin and further development of one of the most highly-praised cooperative enterprises in the world.
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    € 38,25 € 45,-

  2. Labour law is widely considered to be in crisis. The objective of this book is threefold. First of all, it draws attention to a number of phenomena and processes both within and outside the law that affect the protective mechanisms and essential functions of labour law. Secondly, the authors want to point out their main causes and principal consequences. Finally, the book reflects the remedies proposed by the authors to preserve the essential...
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    € 38,25 € 45,-

  3. The European Yearbook of Disability Law reviews the significant developments at European level regarding disability law and policy.
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    € 75,65 € 89,-

  4. This book investigates whether one of the basic norms underlying contemporary labour law in the EU - standard work - has been subject to drastic changes. Standard work, usually defined as fulltime, permanent employment for a single employer, has traditionally been the most common form of work structure, and various legal obligations and protections are strongly associated with it. However, standard work seems to have increasingly come under at...
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    € 55,25 € 65,-

  5. This book deals with active ageing and labour law and is dedicated to professor Roger Blanpain at the occasion of his 80th anniversary.
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    € 75,65 € 89,-

  6. Flexicurity has been a core concept in the EU’s employment debates as of 2006 and was codified into common principles of flexicurity in December 2007. This study explains the development and conclusion of the EU’s flexicurity concept.
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    € 72,25 € 85,-
  7. European Employment Law

    Verschijnt 25 september 2012

    The impact European employment law upon domestic law of the member states is becoming increasingly important. This volume therefore covers the complete scope of European employment law: its foundations in EU primary law and its various sources in EU secondary legislation, as well as the growing body of case law of the European Court of Justice.
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    € 157,25 € 185,-

  8. This Yearbook consists of a review of the preceding year’s significant events, as well as policy and legal developments within the institutions of the European Union. It reviews major EU policy developments, studies and other publications, legislative proposals, and case law from the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights.
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    € 67,15 € 79,-

  9. The position of non-EU migrants in social security is problematic. Many European states reduce access to social benefits for categories of migrants whose presence is not desired. At the same time the scope of application of the national systems is becoming more confined to the national borders, as, for example, countries take measures to reduce the exportability of benefits. These two trends of exclusion and retrenchment particularly affect ir...
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    € 50,15 € 59,-

  10. This book gives an overview of the legal framework governing industrial relations in the United Kingdom at a time when a possible return of a Conservative government threatens to undermine limited advances in collective employment law.
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    € 38,25 € 45,-
 
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