With the globalization of the economy, labour law too has become a global subject. Issues as corporate social responsibility and decent work are becoming standards all companies and States have to comply with.

Adalberto Perulli and Tiziano Treu (Eds) (Wolters Kluwer, 2018)

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A LABOR PERSPECTIVE European Research Council (ERC) Research Project

Neil Rees, Simon Rice, Dominique Allen, Australian Anti-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Law (2018, The Federation Press).

The Dept of Business Law & Taxation at Monash University is offering $5000 top-up scholarships to successful PhD and MPhil applicants working on selected projects incl socio-legal studies of labour in Asia Pacific & workers in gig economy.

Various deadlines.

VOL 34 ISSUE 1 (2018)
'Platform Work, Algorithmic Decision-Making, and EU Gender Equality Law', Miriam Kullmann, Issue 1, pp. 1–21
'How to Operationalize Open Norms in Hard and Soft Laws: Reflections Based on Two Distinct Regulatory Examples', Attila Kun, Issue 1, pp. 23–51

Authors: Kumar Pankaj, Singh Jaivir

Dr. Bazzani Tania and Prof. Singer Reinhard (eds) - Authors: Prof. Ales Edoardo, Dr. Bazzani Tania, Prof. Prassl Jeremias, Prof. Risak Martin, Prof. Bernd Waas, Prof. Weiss Manfred,

Dear colleagues,

Italy’s Industry 4.0 Plan: An Analysis from a Labour Law Perspective
Francesco Seghezzi, Michele Tiraboschi

Industry 4.0 and Human Resources Development: A View from Japan
Michela Riminucci