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REVUE 2019/4 English Electronic Edition
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STUDIES
p. 6 Nouri Mzid
Social Dialogue and Democracy in Tunisia - Abstract

p. 16 Susanne Burri
Protection and Rights Related to Pregnancy and Maternity In EU Law - Abstract

p. 26 Gabriela Mendizábal Bermúdez
The Challenges of Mexican Social Security in the Face of Socio-Natural Disasters- Abstract

p. 38 Andrea Allamprese and Raphaël Dalmasso
Penalties for Unlawful Dismissal in France and in Italy - Abstract

THEMATIC CHAPTER : INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION WORK
Coordonated by Isabelle Daugareilh and Jean-Michel Servais
p. 57 Jean-Michel Servais
International Migration and Labour Law - Abstract

p. 64 Ferran Camas Roda
The Approach of the European Union Towards Economic Immigration for Work Purposes - Abstract

p. 78 Nanga Silué
International Migration and Labour: Foreign Workers in Côte d’Ivoire - Abstract

p. 92 Chizuko Haykawa
Japan’s Recent Dynamic Developments in Immigration Law and Policy - Abstract

p. 104 Joanna Howe
Assessing Visa Pathways for Australia’s Temporary Migrant Workforce - Abstract

p. 114 Risa L. Lieberwitz
Work-related Immigration Policy in the United States: Past and Present Problems - Abstract

p. 126 Rachid Filali Meknassi
Moroccan Migration Law in Storm - Abstract

p. 148 Amalia De la Riva
Cybermigrants, a Legal Concept 4.0 - Abstract

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW UBERIZATION OF THE WORK
Coordonated by Isabelle Daugareilh and Allison Fiorentino
p. 157 Isabelle Desbarats
Workers in Legally Constituted Online Platforms in France

p. 166 Allison Fiorentino
American Case Law and the Uberization of Work

p. 174 Lisa Rodgers
The Uberization of Work – Case Developments in the UK

p. 182 Kitty Malherbe, Kgomotso Mokoena and Darcy du Toit
«Revolutionary Change in Technology» must be Translated into Labour Law

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CASE LAW
p. 191 Anne Meier and Kurt Pärli

Commentary on Court of Justice of the European Union judgments C-434/15 Of 20 December 2017 (Asociacion Profesional Elite Taxi v Uber Systems Spain SL) and C-320/16 of 10 April 2018 (Uber France SAS)

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL NEWS
AFRICA

p. 199 South Africa – Avinash Govindjee, Nelson Mandela University

AMERICA
p. 204 Brazil – Ana Virginia Moreira Gomes, Fortaleza University
p. 208 United States of America – Risa L. Lieberwitz, Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
p. 210 United States of America – Risa L. Lieberwitz, Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations

ASIA - OCEANIA
p. 212 Australia – Dominique Allen, Monash University
p. 216 Australia – Tamara Walsh, University of Queensland

EUROPE
p. 220 Czech Republic – Martin Štefko, Charles University
p. 224 Portugal – Teresa Coelho Moreira, University of Minho
p. 226 Republic of Serbia – Ljubinka Kovačević, University of Belgrade
p. 230 The Netherlands – Nicola Gundt, Maastricht University
p. 234 United Kingdom – Jo Carby-Hall, University of Hull

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
p. 238 United Nations Organization Elena Sychenko, Saint Petersburg State University

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