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The Changing Law of the Employment Relationship

Comparative Analyses in the European Context

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During the past few decades, industrialised countries have witnessed a progressive crisis of the regulatory framework sustaining the binary model of the employment relationship based on the subordinate employment/autonomous self-employment dichotomy. New atypical and hybrid working arrangements have emerged; challenging the traditional notions of, and divisions between, autonomy and subordination. This in turn has strained labour law systems across industrialised countries that were previously based on the notion of dependent and subordinate employment to cast their personal scope of application. The volume advances ideas for a new dynamic equilibrium in employment law to accommodate this evolution, providing a comparative account of the development of the employment relationship in four key European countries - the UK, Germany, France and Italy.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Table of Cases
vii
Table of Legislation
xi
Preface xix
List of Abbreviations
xxi
Introduction 1(1)
The aims of the book
1(1)
Scope and methodology
2(10)
Structure and summary of the book
12(3)
The Employment Relationship and the Contract of Employment in Industrialised Societies
15(42)
Introduction
15(1)
The industrial revolution and the birth of the contract of employment
16(9)
The unitary notion of contract of employment
25(15)
The breakdown of the employment relationship
40(13)
The contractual dimensions of the employment relationship
53(2)
Conclusions
55(2)
Reshaping the Personal Scope of LabourLaw: An Analysis of Current Debates in Europe
57(30)
Introduction
57(1)
Stretching the notion of `employee`
58(13)
The debate over the `grey zone` between employment and self-employment
71(10)
Re-targeting labour law
81(2)
Conclusions
83(4)
Atypical Employment Relationships: A Comparative Analysis of Fixed-term, Part-time and Temporary Agency Work in Europe
87(60)
Introduction
87(2)
Early legislation and the status of atypical workers
89(16)
Regulation and unemployment: typical rights for atypical workers
105(16)
Flexibility and special rights for `more and better` atypical jobs in the 1990s: from social stability to social acceptance and normalisation?
121(20)
Conclusions
141(6)
The ILO Notion of the Worker and the Scope of the Employment Relationship
147(24)
Introduction
147(1)
The personal scope of application of ILO instruments
147(7)
The ILO regulatory instruments on atypical work
154(7)
The ILO initiative on the scope of the employment relationship
161(7)
Conclusions
168(3)
The Personal Scope of Application of EC Social Legislation
171(34)
Introduction
The personal scope of application of EC social and employment law
172(19)
The directions of development of EC law
191(6)
Conclusions: a theoretical structure for the personal scope of EC social and employment law
197(8)
EC Regulation of Atypical Forms of Work - Between Employment Law and Employment Policy
205(26)
Introduction
EC legislative measures on atypical work
207(4)
The EU notions of `flexibility`, `security` and `flexicurity`
211(9)
Looking at the national employment policies through the distorting mirror of National Action Plans and Employment Recommendations
220(7)
Divergences between EES and EC employment law on atypical work and the European Court of Justice
227(4)
Conclusions 231(6)
Bibliography 237(10)
Index 247
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Hardback
251 pagina's
Januari 2007
567 gram
235 x 159 x 19 mm
Ashgate Pub Co us

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