English Electronic Edition

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REVUE 2021/4 English Electronic Edition
265 p.
revue_de_droit_compare_du_travail_et_de_la_securite_sociale_2021-4.pdf
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SOMMAIRE DETAILLE

STUDIES
p. 6 Peter Upson (abstract)
How does brain-computer interface technology present challenges for labour law in New Zealand?

p. 16 Irene Zoppoli (abstract)
How to overcome the paradoxes around worker dismissal in France and Italy?

p. 28 Hugo Barretto Ghione (abstract)
Emergence of the notion of «due diligence» in labour law and how it is integrated into the legal system

p. 38 Mani Mohan, Mathew Babu, Sony Pellissery and Kavya Bharadkar (abstract)
Ushering thin welfare regimes at the cost of thick labour jurisprudence: A tale of new labour codes in India

p. 50 Lance Compa (abstract)
The double standard at work: European corporate investment and workers’rights in the American south

THEMATIC CHAPTER « National labour law and social security systems through the lens of the COVID health crisis. Adaptations or fundamental changes? »
Coordinated by Loïc Lerouge

p. 66 Peter Andersson and Tonia A. Novitz (abstract)
Risk assessment and COVID-19: Systems at work (or not) in England and Sweden

p. 80 Claire Marzo (abstract)
Franco-British comparison of attempts to provide social protection for platform workers at the time of the pandemic: towards a new balance between public and private actors?
 
p. 100 Gabrielle Golding (abstract)
Unfair dismissal and the Coronavirus pandemic: Creative responses from Australia’s Fair Work Commission

p. 116 Edoardo Ales (abstract)
Social protection in Italy during the pandemic: A comprehensive and adaptive approach in the sign of continuity

p. 132 Caroline Murphy and Lorraine Ryan (abstract)
National labour law and social security systems through the lens of the COVID health crisis. Adaptations or fundamental changes?

p. 144 Lucie Lamarche (abstract)
Unemployment in the age of COVID: Will the Canadian unemployment insurance system survive the pandemic?

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW « Judicial creativity put to the test in the face of new health problems at work »
Coordinated by Allison Fiorentino

p. 160 Adrienne Sala (abstract)
The creativity of the judge faced with new health-at-work problems: the Japanese case of karôshi and karôjisatsu

p. 170 Allison Fiorentino (abstract)
English case law and the challenge of mental health at work

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CASE LAW

p. 182 Michael Doherty (abstract)
The « Worker », EU Law, and collective bargaining

p. 192 Marcello D’Aponte (abstract)
New technologies and respect for the worker’s privacy in ECHR case law

COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW LITERATURE
p. 204 Cinzia Carta and Gratiela-Florentina Moraru
Labour law beyond national borders: major debates in 2018-2019-2020

 

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