Migrant Labour and the Reshaping of Employment Law
Edited by Bernard Ryan and Rebecca Zahn
This book explores the challenges posed by contemporary labour migration for employment law regimes in highly developed countries. The authors of individual chapters are leading scholars of employment law, in the United Kingdom, other European countries, Australia and Canada. One theme in the work is the effects of migration levels and patterns upon general employment law. Other chapters are concerned with the equality for migrant workers, avenues for the redress of exploitation, and the position in employment law of migrant workers without a right to work.
Bernard Ryan is Professor of Migration Law at the University of Leicester, UK.
Rebecca Zahn is Reader in Law at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.
Apr 2023 | 9781509919147 | 368pp | Hbk | RRP: £70 / $95
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