Transnational; European; and National Labour Relations: Flexicurity and New Economy


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Transnational; European; and National Labour Relations (PDF) applies an revolutionary method to discover the subject of flexicurity and correlated modifications within the working world; the significance of which for the overall financial and social growth is steadily being recognised. It emphasizes on the altering nature of labor and its influence on EU regulation and nationwide labour and social safety legal guidelines. Though the transformation of institutional and regulatory frameworks of labour relations follows totally different patterns in numerous EU Member States; it’s nonetheless a typical phenomenon that provides a great opportunity for mutual studying experiences and evaluating notes on greatest practices.

Using these concepts as a opening level; the ebook presents a group of analysis on a number of points and implications of adjusting labour relations within the EU Member States. The intial chapters deal with the inner market dimension of the transformation of employment relations by investigating how integration of migrant staff; social dumping; and cross-border mergers affect nationwide labour insurance policies and legal guidelines. The ebook additional analyses terminological and linguistic challenges within the discipline of labour regulation within the EU’s multi-lingual authorized atmosphere. Following chapters cowl varied theoretical and sensible points; just like the influence of chain-legal responsibility regulatory fashions on the authorized scenario of staff in subcontracting networks; and trendy work preparations within the collaborative or ‘gig’ financial system. Other chapters are dedicated to problems with jurisdiction and regulation relevant to separate employment contracts; along with various decision mechanisms in labour disputes. The subsequent part gives contemporary insights on and a important overview of the properly-identified Dutch and Danish fashions of flexicurity; typically talked about as function fashions for reforms of labour markets in different EU Member States. Three particular person chapters discover particular points of flexicurity in Croatia; by way of particular person dismissals; life-lengthy studying and the affect of non-normal employment on future pension entitlements. One paper scrutinizes momentary company work in Germany as an vital instrument of flexicurity; whereas one other discusses quite a few types of work utilized in Slovenia within the context of flexibilization of labor relations. Several challenges nonetheless lie forward; and the first purpose of this ebook is to offer a strong foundation for knowledgeable future discussions.

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Gerald G. Sander, Vesna Tomljenovic, Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat






337 pages






3319022180; 3030132226; 3319022199


9783319022185/ 9783030132224/ 9783319022192

Table of contents

Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-x
Transformation of Employment Relations and Social Dumping in the European Union: The Struggle Between David and Goliath? (Mario Vinković)….Pages 1-19
Cross-Border Mobility, Supranational Companies and Employee Participation: No Chance for Harmonisation (Hana Horak)….Pages 21-38
Immigration and Labour Policies: Paradoxes of the European Union (Laura Calafà)….Pages 39-57
Making a Living in the ‘Gig’ Economy: Last Resort or a Reliable Alternative? (Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Ana Pošćić, Adrijana Martinović)….Pages 59-71
Law Applicable to Employment Contracts Under the Rome I Regulation (Ivana Kunda)….Pages 73-96
Coping with Vague EU Legal Concepts (Martina Bajčić)….Pages 97-107
International Jurisdiction over Individual Contracts of Employment (Aleš Galič)….Pages 109-147
Liability Models in Supply Chains: The Flow of an Innovative Regulatory Idea in a Global Legal Space (Attila Kun)….Pages 149-174
Functional Flexibility in the Context of Lifelong Learning (Andrijana Bilić)….Pages 175-196
Danish Flexicurity: Not the Same Today as Yesterday (Herman Knudsen, Jens Lind)….Pages 197-211
Dilemmas in Organising the Labour Market, Experiences with Flexicurity in the Netherlands (Frans Pennings)….Pages 213-222
Temporary Agency Work in Germany: A Short History and the Situation de lege lata (Mijo Božić, Gerald G. Sander)….Pages 223-240
Flexible and New Forms of Employment in Croatia and Their Pension Entitlement Aspects (Ivana Grgurev, Ivana Vukorepa)….Pages 241-262
Individual Dismissal in Croatia (Sandra Laleta)….Pages 263-288
ADR in Labour Law Disputes in Italy (Gina Gioia)….Pages 289-302
Forms of Work Performed in the Republic of Slovenia (Darja Senčur Peček)….Pages 303-327

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