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REVUE 2017/4 English Electronic Edition
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STUDIES
p. 6 Michel Oris
Vulnerability. A Life Course Perspective - Abstract

p. 18 Jean-Michel Servais
International Labour Migration Law or The Misfortunes of Virtue - Abstract

THEMATIC CHAPTER :
INFORMAL EMPLOYMENT. A CHALLENGE FOR SOCIAL LAW

Coordonated by Alexandre Charbonneau and Achim Seifert

p. 52 Alexandre Charbonneau and Achim Seifer
Towards a Formalisation of Informal Working? Some Introductory Remarks - Abstract

p. 58 Jacques Charmes
Informal Economy, Social Protection and Transition to the Formal Economy: The Terms of a Debate - Abstract

p. 66 Rachid Filali Meknassi
The Uncertain Markers of the Transition from the Informal to the Formal Economy - Abstract

p. 76 Elmarie Fourie
Perspectives on Workers in the Informal Economy in the Sadc Region - Abstract

p. 96 Alfredo Sánchez-Castañeda
Informal Employment in Mexico and Central America: A Complex Phenomenon - Abstract

p. 110 Supriya Routh
Transitioning to the Formal: A Misdirected ILO Strategy? - Abstract

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW
JUDGE AND REDUNDANCY

Coordonated by Allison Fiorentino & Rochelle Le Roux - Abstract

p. 126 Rochelle le Roux et Allison Fiorentino
Redundancy and Judicial Power: Between Inaction and Creative Boldness

p. 138 Rachel Arnow-Richman
Toward an American Law of Redundancy

p. 146 Nicola Gundt
Dismissal on Economic Grounds in the Netherlands After July 2015

p. 154 Rochelle le Roux
Double Trouble: Consulting for a Fair Retrenchment

p. 162 Toshiharu Suzuki
The Law on Dismissal for Economic Reasons in Japan

p. 170 Marilyn J Pittard
Redundancy in Australia. A Fair Legal Framework?

p. 182 Pascale Lober
Economic Dismissals in the United Kingdom: The Judiciary and its Search for Compliance with EU Law

p. 190 Isabelle Martin and Guylaine Vallée
Employment Protection Measures for Termination on Economic Grounds in Quebec and Canadian Federal Law

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CASE LAW
Comments
p. 200 Filip Dorssemont
Freedom of Religion in the Workplace and the Court of Justice of the European Union: A Return to the Principle of Cuius Regio, Eius Religio? - Abstract

News
p. 214 Elena Sychenko
United Nation Organisation - Abstract

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL NEWS
AFRICA

p. 220 South Africa AVINASH GOVINDJEE, Nelson Mandela University
p. 224 South Africa KITTY MALHERBE, University of the Western Cape

AMERICA
p. 228 Argentina JUAN PABLO MUGNOLO, Buenos Aires University
p. 232 United States of America RISA L. LIEBERWITZ, Cornell University

ASIA - OCEANIA
p. 238 Australia SHAE MCCRYSTAL, The University of Sydney
p. 242 Australia TAMARA WALSH, The University of Queensland

EUROPE
p. 248 Czech Republic MARTIN ŠTEFKO, Charles University in Pragve
p. 250 Denmark CATHERINE JACQUESON, Copenhagen University
p. 254 Ireland MICHELLE O’SULLIVAN, University of Limerick
p. 258 Italy ALBERTO MATTEI, University of Verona
p. 262 Portugal TERESA COELHO MOREIRA, University of Minho
p. 266 The Netherlands NICOLA GUNDT, Maastricht University
p. 270 United Kingdom JO CARBY-HALL, University of Hull
p. 276 Serbia FILIP BOJIC University of Belgrade
p. 280 Serbia LJUBINKA KOVAČEVIĆ University of Belgrade

COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW LITERATURE
LABOUR LAW BEYOND NATIONAL BORDERS: MAJOR DEBATES IN 2016

p. 286 Steven L. Willborn, Eri Kasagi and Sebastián de Soto Rioja - Full text article

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