Papers and Digital Materials

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Michele Tiraboschi Young Workers in Recessionary Times: A Caveat (to continental Europe) to Reconstruct its Labour Law? E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies
March, 2012
Jan 14, 2013
Michele Tiraboschi Italian Labour Law after the so-called Monti-Fornero Reform (Law No. 92/2012) E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies
November, 2012
Jan 21, 2013
Silvia Spattini Agency Work: a Comparative Analysis E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies
November, 2012
Jan 7, 2013
Sara Slinn Collective Representation and Bargaining for Self-Employed Workers: Final Report Nov 17, 2022
Sara Slinn Broader-based and Sectoral Bargaining Proposals in Collective Bargaining Law Reform: A Historical Review Working paper Feb 21, 2019
Hila Shamir A Labour Paradigm for Human Trafficking UCLA Law Review
October, 2012
Jun 25, 2013
Iacopo Senatori Transnational Company Bargaining and The Discourse of The European Commission: a Critical Overview Working paper Nov 20, 2013
Niklas Selberg The Laws of “Illegal” Work and Dilemmas in Interest Representation on Segmented Labor Markets: À propos irregular migrants in Sweden Nov 1, 2023
Paul Secunda An Analysis of the Treatment of Employee Pension and Wage Claims in Insolvency and Under Guarantee Schemes in OECD Countries: Comparative Law Lessons for Detroit and the United States Forthcoming in
Fordham Urban Law Journal
Nov 8, 2013
Paul Secunda The Perceptible Disconnect Between the Global Economic Crisis and the Wisconsin Public Sector Labor Dispute of 2011 Working paper Dec 5, 2011

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