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Mia Rönnmar

Guest Editorial
Reflections on Discovering that the International Journal has Attained its Thirtieth Birthday
Alan C. Neal

The Informal Economy and the ILO: A Legal Perspective
Claire La Hovary

The Institute of Labour Law and Civil Law at the Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main in Germany chaired by Professor Dr Bernd Waas is looking for an exceptional Legal Researcher (salary pay grade E13 TV-G-U, 80 % part-time) to contribute to the research work of a project at the earliest possib

In 2015 ADAPT will commence another selection procedure involving international students and recent graduates in law, economics, sociology and languages ​​to undertake internships or research periods lasting 3 to 6 months in Bergamo and Rome (Italy).

Hart publishes new book edited by Mark Freedland and Jeremias Prassl: 'Viking, Laval and Beyond'. The book focuses on the uneasy relationship between the economic freedoms enshrined in Articles 49 and 56 TFEU and the right of workers to take collective action.

This special issue is composed by the following contributions:

Published Fourth edition of International Labour Law by Jean-Michel Servais.

Scholarship for Graduate or Post-Graduate Studies - Policy Component: On the Move research partnership (Employment-Related Geographical Mobility in the Canadian Context)
CLOSING DATE: January 19th 2015

The Economic and Financial Crisis and Collective Labour Law in Europe Edited by Niklas Bruun, Klaus Lörcher, Isabelle Schömann

ADAPt has released the latest issue of E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies (Volume 3. No. 3 September-October 2014).

This monograph explores some of the conceptual questions which underpin the legal disputes which arise in relation to equality and discrimination.