Two new books launched this year with the prestigious publisher Routledge.

1. "Labour Law and the Gig Economy: Challenges posed by the digitalisation of
labour processes".
Edited by Jo Carby-Hall and Lourdes Mella Méndez.

Peer review country reports on platform work are now available at:

The UK Department of International Trade are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates who would like to be nominated to these rosters of arbitrators.

In Beyond the Algorithm: Qualitative Insights for Gig Work Regulation, Deepa Das Acevedo and a collection of scholars and experts show why government actors must go beyond mass surveys and data-scrubbing in order to truly understand the realities of gig work.

A new book series has just been launched: Studies in Law and Social Justice. Here is the information on the series:

Dear friends and colleagues,

My book, Law, Migration and Precarious Labour: Ecotechnics of the Social, is out this week (Routledge).

The ETUI is looking for experts with an academic background in law for the research project

"Mapping the rules on posting and short-term migration of third country nationals (TCNs): the legal framework and practice in the EU and EFTA countries".

We have received the following call for papers from Professor Loïc Lerouge, Directeur de recherche au CNRS / Research Director at CNRS, Centre de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale

The book "International Labour Organization and Global Social Governance" edited by President Tarja Halonen and Ulla Liukkunen is now available.

The papers presented on the occasion of the Amicus Curiae Workshop on the EPSU Case (European Social Dialogue) - A Meta-dialogue with the Court of Justice – held in Brussels on September the 16th 2020 - are now assembled in the collective volume EUROPEAN SOCIAL DIALOGUE IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE.