European Labour Law and Social Policy:Cases and Materials

Author: Alan Neal

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041112790

Category: Law

Page: 735

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This text is a collection of primary source materials in the labour law and social policy of the European Community in one volume. It includes documents and decisions up to May 1st, 1999, when the Treaty of Amsterdam came into force, along with key legislative instruments in EC labour law and social policy, significant associated policy documents produced by the Commission and important decisions of the European Court of Justice.
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European Labour Law and Social Policy

Cases and Materials

Author: Alan C. Neal

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9789041119186

Category: European Union countries

Page: N.A

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This is the most comprehensive collection of primary source materials in the labour law and social policy of the European Community ever brought together. With documents and decisions reflecting the state of play at 1st June 2002, it includes: key legislative instruments in EC labour law and social policy; significant associated policy documents produced by the Commission; and important relevant decisions of the European Court of Justice. Since the first edition of this work in 1999, the pace of social policy change and innovation at the level of the European Community has increased dramatically. Indeed, developments during the past three years are little short of remarkable, with particularly important advances in relation to the promotion of information, consultation and participation for workers, along with growing concern for several much broader social policy issues. Recognition of the changes in emphasis and scale for European social policy, and the presence of substantially more material to be included, have caused this edition of the work to be divided into two volumes. Volume I covers social dialogue, industrial relations and labour law, while Volume II is concerned with a wide range of material touching 'dignity at work' in the European Community. The arrangement of the material in two self-contained volumes also reflects a division of convenience. Thus, those whose main focus is upon the 'labour law' aspects of European social policy may choose to utilise primarily the material contained in the first volume, while those who wish to concentrate more particularly upon fundamental social rights, equal opportunities, anti-discrimination, and dignity at work might wish to take advantage of the framework presented in the second volume. Advocates, judges, policy-makers, scholars and students will all appreciate this essential sourcebook in EC labour law and social policy.
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European Labour Law and Social Policy Cases and Materials Volume 1 Social Dialogue Industrial Relations and Labour Law

Author: A.C. Neal

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041119167

Category: Law

Page: 588

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This is the most comprehensive collection of primary source materials in the labour law and social policy of the European Community ever brought together. With documents and decisions reflecting the state of play at 1st June 2002, it includes: key legislative instruments in EC labour law and social policy; significant associated policy documents produced by the Commission; and important relevant decisions of the European Court of Justice. Since the first edition of this work in 1999, the pace of social policy change and innovation at the level of the European Community has increased dramatically. Indeed, developments during the past three years are little short of remarkable, with particularly important advances in relation to the promotion of information, consultation and participation for workers, along with growing concern for several much broader social policy issues. Recognition of the changes in emphasis and scale for European social policy, and the presence of substantially more material to be included, have caused this edition of the work to be divided into two volumes. Volume I covers social dialogue, industrial relations and labour law, while Volume II is concerned with a wide range of material touching "dignity at work" in the European Community. The arrangement of the material in two self-contained volumes also reflects a division of convenience. Thus, those whose main focus is upon the "labour law" aspects of European social policy may choose to utilise primarily the material contained in the first volume, while those who wish to concentrate more particularly upon fundamental social rights, equal opportunities, anti-discrimination, and dignity at work might wish to take advantage of the framework presented in the second volume. Advocates, judges, policy-makers, scholars and students will all appreciate this essential sourcebook in EC labour law and social policy.
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European Labour Law and Social Policy

Cases and Materials

Author: Alan C. Neal

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9789041119179

Category: Law

Page: 770

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This is the most comprehensive collection of primary source materials in the labour law and social policy of the European Community ever brought together. With documents and decisions reflecting the state of play at 1st June 2002, it includes: key legislative instruments in EC labour law and social policy; significant associated policy documents produced by the Commission; and important relevant decisions of the European Court of Justice. Since the first edition of this work in 1999, the pace of social policy change and innovation at the level of the European Community has increased dramatically. Indeed, developments during the past three years are little short of remarkable, with particularly important advances in relation to the promotion of information, consultation and participation for workers, along with growing concern for several much broader social policy issues. Recognition of the changes in emphasis and scale for European social policy, and the presence of substantially more material to be included, have caused this edition of the work to be divided into two volumes. Volume I covers social dialogue, industrial relations and labour law, while Volume II is concerned with a wide range of material touching 'dignity at work' in the European Community. The arrangement of the material in two self-contained volumes also reflects a division of convenience. Thus, those whose main focus is upon the 'labour law' aspects of European social policy may choose to utilise primarily the material contained in the first volume, while those who wish to concentrate more particularly upon fundamental social rights, equal opportunities, anti-discrimination, and dignity at work might wish to take advantage of the framework presented in the second volume. Advocates, judges, policy-makers, scholars and students will all appreciate this essential sourcebook in EC labour law and social policy.
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The Changing Face of European Labour Law and Social Policy

Author: Alan C. Neal

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041123121

Category: Law

Page: 169

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In the realm of European employment law, tension exists between the concepts of 'economic policy' and 'social policy.' During recent years, a growing tendency to emphasize the 'economic' at the expense of the 'social' can be discerned. What this trend gives us'in the views of the leading figures in the field of European labour law and social policy whose considered analyses are presented in this volume'is a regime of 'grand declarations' about workers' rights, but with extremely limited enforcement potential. ,i>The Changing Face of European Labour Law and Social Policy presents some of the papers given at a series of colloquia sponsored by the Employment Law Research Unit at the University of Warwick in early 2002. In its assessment of the forces at work in European employment law today, these commentaries examine significant initiatives and issues, including:problems arising in the context of the Nice Charter;delivering 'equality' at the workplace under the new EU legal framework;the crisis facing workers' participation in practice;the prospects for trans-national collective bargaining;employment-related aspects of human rights under the ECHR; and,attempts to establish effective protections in relation to the working environment. Invaluable appendices include a report, as presented by the late Marco Biagi, of a high level group on reform of the European labour market; the text of the Social Policy Agenda, as approved at the Nice Summit of 2000; and the Commission's 'scoreboard' on the implementation of the Social Agenda as of 2002.With its down-to-earth analysis of the current status of the 'floor of rights' in the European work environment, The Changing Face of European Labour Law and Social Policy will be of inestimable value to all practitioners and scholars seeking to improve the quality of life for Europe's working population and the quality of regulation at the disposal of those charged with confronting the new challenges to social policy resulting from the radical transformation of Europe's economy and society.
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Annuaire Europeen 1999/European Yearbook 1999

Author: Francis Rosenstiel,Edith Lejard-Boutsavath,Jean-Jacques Martz

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9789041116772

Category: Political Science

Page: 1

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The "European Yearbook" promotes the scientific study of nineteen European supranational organisations and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Each volume contains a detailed survey of the history, structure and yearly activities of each organisation and an up-to-date chart providing a clear overview of the member states of each organisation. Each volume contains a comprehensive bibliography covering the year's relevant publications. This is an indispensable work of reference for anyone dealing with the European institutions.
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Cases and Materials on Employment Law

Author: Richard Painter,Ann Holmes

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199679096

Category: Labor laws and legislation

Page: 784

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Cases and Materials on Employment Law is the complete reference resource for students of employment law. The most current sourcebook on the market, the 10th edition offers a wealth of well-chosen case law and stimulating extracts and materials to explain employment law in a contextualized and thought-provoking manner. Discerning author notes and questions accompany each extract, providing valuable additional detail to further students' understanding and encourage them to engage critically with the material. Online Resource Centre This book is also accompanied by a free online resource centre (www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/orc/painter_holmes10e/) which includes an additional material on family rights, an extra chapter on health and safety at work as well as updates to the law and useful weblinks.
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Person-oriented Services and Social Services Providers in Comparative and European Perspective

Current Debates on Changes by Liberalisation from the Perspective of a Theory of Modernisation

Author: Peter Herrmann

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: 161

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The work presented here has the ambitious objective to analyse a highly topical issue not in the usual terms of finding an immediate answer to pressing questions of political urgency, but to find such answers notwithstanding the abstract approach of a fundamental reinterpretation of the issue in question. The topical side of the question is focussing on services of general interest, a matter that is closely linked to the European strategy of market liberalisation and to what is called the European Social Model. In this sense, the question of services of general interest, and with this the question of social services as specific form of services of general interest is path-dependent, linked to the orientation of European integration as establishing a single market, based on the four fundamental freedoms, namely the: free movement of capital; free movement of goods; freedom of movement for workers and freedom of establishment and provision of services and mutual recognition of diplomas.
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European Labour Law and Social Policy

Author: A. T. J. M. Jacobs,Hans Zeijen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: European Economic Community countries

Page: 138

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In the 1950's when the EC Treaties were drafted, social policy was treated in a somewhat cursory way. Nonetheless, there are few lofty statements of social ambitions in the Treaties. This publication deals with the actual causes according to specific social issues from the 1950's up till now. All social pressure in Europe is still on the national level. National politicians are in continuous debate with national employers' representatives and trade unionists on desired changes in national labour law. Thanks to a modification of the EEC Treaty in 1987, there is now a framed text which says: 'In order to promote its overall harmonious development, the Community shall develop and pursue its actions leading to the strengthening of its economic and social cohesion'. It is therefore inevitable that the national structures of labor law will be surmounted by a set of substantional labor laws on the European level.
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Human rights in transition

Author: John F. McEldowney,Günter Weick

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Inc

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 231

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European Access

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: European communities

Page: N.A

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European Labour Law

Author: Brian Bercusson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521613507

Category: Law

Page: 752

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This extensively updated second edition explores how individual European labour law systems combine to produce a distinctly European transnational system.
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Cases and Materials on the English Legal System

Author: Michael Zander

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139463349

Category: Law

Page: N.A

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This title, a companion volume to The Law Making Process, is the definitive collection of cases and materials on the workings of the English legal system. Written by the foremost scholar in the field, it surveys how the law functions from the trial process (from pre-trial proceedings to the funding of trials), the role of the jury, and the legal profession. This edition takes account of all recent major legislative and judicial changes and updates the material on the established areas of the law. The book takes a 'law in context' approach, setting out those factors beyond the legal environment which impact on and inform the changes within it. The collection is required reading for all students seeking a thorough knowledge and in-depth understanding of how the English legal system operates.
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EC Social policy and 1992

laws, cases, and materials

Author: Angela D. Byre

Publisher: Kluwer Law & Taxation Publishers

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 405

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EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

Author: Paul Craig,Gráinne de Búrca

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199576998

Category: Law

Page: 1155

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The fifth edition of EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides clear and insightful analysis of European Law accompanied by carefully chosen extracts from a range of materials. This edition looks in detail at the way in which the Treaty of Lisbon has radically changed both the institutional and substantive law of the European Union.
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The Labour Constitution

The Enduring Idea of Labour Law

Author: Ruth Dukes

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191038601

Category: Law

Page: 250

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Exploring different approaches to the study of labour law, this book examines different ways of conceiving of the subject and of describing, analysing, and criticizing current legislation and policy in the field. In particular, it assesses the validity of the suggestion that 'old ways' of thinking about the subject have become outdated. Detailed consideration is given to two such old ways: the idea of the labour constitution, developed by Hugo Sinzheimer in the early years of the Weimar Republic, and the principle of collective laissez-faire, elaborated by Otto Kahn-Freund in the 1950s. It asks whether, and how, these ideas could be abstracted from the political, economic, and social contexts within which they were developed so that they might still usefully be applied to the study of labour law. The central argument of this book is that the labour constitution can be developed so as to provide an 'enduring idea of labour law', and this is constructed against a critique of modern arguments which favour reorienting labour law to align more closely with the functioning of labour markets. As compared with the posited 'law of the labour market', the labour constitution highlights the inherently political nature of labour laws and institutions, as well as their economic functions. It provides a framework for analysing labour laws, labour markets, and labour market institutions, which does not limit the capacity of scholarship in the field to retain its critical edge. It focuses our attentions on important questions, and important fields of enquiry: on questions, not least, of the consequences for workers of the narrowing and disappearance of spaces for democratic deliberation and democratic decision-making as markets continue to expand.
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