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[IWS] LABOR LAW AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN RECESSIONARY TIMES: THE ITALIAN LABOUR RELATIONS IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY [in print January 2014]
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing
LABOR LAW AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN RECESSIONARY TIMES: THE ITALIAN LABOUR RELATIONS IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY
Author: Michele Tiraboschi
Date Of Publication: Jan 2014
[full-text, 530 pages]
This volume includes a number of papers written in English and published in the last fifteen years in which the Italian labour market faced many changes. The book not only provides the international readership with a frame of reference – in both conceptual and legal terms – that helps to appreciate the Italian Labour Law currently in force, but also represents a contribution to moving beyond the self-referential nature of the Italian debate on the reform of labour laws. As such, the book supplies the reform process of the Italian labour market with an international and comparative dimension which – in accordance with the programmatic approach of Marco Biagi – will also feed the debate at the national level.
Michele Tiraboschi is Full Professor of Labour Law at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. He is also Director of the Marco Biagi Centre for International and Comparative Studies, and Scientific Coordinator of ADAPT, the Association for International and Comparative Studies in the field of Labour Law and Industrial Relations (www.adapt.it).
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