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REVUE 2018/4 English Electronic Edition
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SOMMAIRE DETAILLE

STUDIES
p. 6 Vanessa De Greef
The Varied and Changing forms of Activation in Belgium - Abstract

p. 18 Mimi Zou
Towards Exit and Voice: Redesigning Temporary Migrant Workers’ Programmes - Abstract

p. 30 Silvia Borelli
EU Antidiscrimination Law and Duty of Care: Fellows in the Regulation of MNEs’ Business Relationships - Abstract

p. 44 Catherine Barnard
Brexit and Social Rights - Abstract

THEMATIC CHAPTER:WORKER PARTICIPATION RIGHT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COMPANY
Coordonated by Michel Coutu, Gilles Auzero and Isabelle Daugareilh
p. 56 Michel Coutu, Gilles Auzero and Isabelle Daugareilh
Worker participation rights

p. 66 Dominique Méda
Participation: from association to co-management - 150 years of reflection - Abstract

p. 78 Isabelle Ferreras
Should Labor Rights Count as Civil and Political Rights? Reflections on Worker Participation in the Government of Firms - Abstract

p.86 Christoph Teichmann, Justin Monsenepwo
Co-management (Mitbestimmung) in German law - Abstract

p. 100 J.M.B. (Jan) Cremers
The Dutch system of workers’ participation - Abstract

p. 108 Julie Bourgault and Michel Coutu
The Québec System of Worker Participation: Toward a Refoundation on a New Constitutional Basis? - Abstract

p. 124 Gilles Auzero
The system of worker participation in private companies in France - Abstract

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW:BULLYING AT WORK
Coordonated by Allison Fiorentino and Loïc Lerouge

p. 134 Allison Fiorentino
Comparative approach of the case law on bullying at work

p. 148 Julie Bourgault and Anne-Marie Laflamme
The Quebec System for Protection Against Psychological Harassment in the Workplace: Case Law Peculiarities and Issues

p. 156 Loïc Lerouge
Workplace Psychological Harassment in French Case Law: Scope of the Issues and Debates Around Employer Liability

p. 166 Kanta Owada
Workplace harassment in Japanese law

p. 174 Cristóbal Molina Navarrete
Judicial measures against workplace harassment in Spain: between progress and resistance

p. 182 L. Camille Hébert
The Legal Status of Bullying in the United States

COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW LITERATURE
LABOUR LAW BEYOND NATIONAL BORDERS: MAJOR DEBATES IN 2017

p. 192 Mariapaola Aimo, Rudolf Buschmann and Daniela Izzi - Full Text Article

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL NEWS
AFRICA
p. 215 South Africa – Kitty Malherbe, University of the Western Cape

AMERICA
p. 220 Argentina – Juan Pablo Mugnolo, Buenos Aires University
p. 224 Brazil – Ana Virginia Moreira Gomes, Fortaleza University
p. 228 United States of America – Risa L. Lieberwitz, Cornell University,
School of Industrial and Labor Relations

ASIA - OCEANIA
p. 232 Australia – Dominique Allen, Monash University
p. 236 Australia – Shae McCrystal, The University of Sydney

EUROPE
p. 240 Ireland – Michelle O’Sullivan, University of Limerick
p. 248 Poland – Mateusz GAJDA, University of Lodz
p. 252 Portugal – Teresa Coelho Moreira, University of Minho
p. 256 Serbia – Filip Bojic, University of Belgrade
p. 260 Serbia – Ljubinka Kovačević, University of Belgrade
p. 264 Sweden – Jenny Julén Votinius, Faculty of Law, Lund University
p. 268 The Netherlands – Nicola Gundt, Maastricht University
p. 272 United Kingdom – Jo Carby-Hall, University of Hull

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
p. 276 United Nations Organization Elena Sychenko, Saint Petersburg State University

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