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REVUE 2015/3 English Electronic Edition
204 p. ISSN 2262-9815
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Revue 2015/3

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p. 6 Yaelsy Lafita Cobas
Self-employment in Cuba. Remarks on its regulation in the Cuban Labour Code - Abstract

p. 16 Nouri Mzid
Fundamental social rights' in the new Tunisian Constitution: an efficiency being tested - Abstract

p. 24 Francisco Villanueva, Daniel Crespo-Villarreal, Stéphane Bernstein, Jill Hanley, Sylvie Gravel and Emmanuelle Ostiguy
Temporary foreign workers in Quebec: not quite paradise - Abstract

p. 36 Ljubinka Kovačević
Development of employment relationship concept in the law of Serbia: From authentic self-management concept to late (re)affirmation of the contractual concept - Abstract

p. 46 Frédéric Paré, Gilles Trudeau
Why right-to-work Laws in the United States ? - Abstract

EQUALITY, INEQUALITIES, DISCRIMINATIONS: INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUE ATTEMPT OF LEGAL AND QUANTITATIVE KNOWLEDGE

p. 58 Jérôme Porta, Christophe Bergouignan
Equality, inequalites, discriminations. Interdisciplinary dialogue attempt of legal and quantitative knowledge - Abstract

p. 64 Debbie Collier
From apartheid to affirmative action: an overview of equality law in the South African workplace - Abstract

p. 76 Supriya Routh
The constitution's step children: workers & equality before law - Abstract

p. 86 Dominique Meurs
Measuring discriminations: economists' approaches - Abstract

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW - Coordonated by Allison Fiorentino

p. 94 The strike and the judge: between distrust and protection - Abstract
p. 114 Employer's implied duties and judicial creation: Contrasting examples in comparative law - Abstract

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL NEWS
p. 122 Argentina - 2nd semester
p. 124 Australia - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 128 Bulgaria - 1st semester
p. 130 Czech Republic - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 132 Hungary - 1st semester
p. 134 Israel- 1st semester
p. 136 Italy - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 140 Lithuania - 1st semester
p. 142 Romania - 2nd semester
p. 144 Serbia - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 148 Slovenia - 2ndsemester
p. 150 South Africa - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 154 The Netherlands - 2nd semester
p. 156Turkey - 1st semester
p. 158 United Kingdom - 2nd semester
p. 160 United Nation Organization 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 164 United States of America - 1st & 2nd semesters

RETROSPECTIVE OVERVIEW OF 2014 COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW LITERATURE
p. 172 Matteo Borzaga and Eva Maria Hohnerlein Full text article

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