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  • Author:
    Roger Blanpain
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    9041105565
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    978-9041105561
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    Springer; 1 edition (February 10, 1998)
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    604 pages
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Relations in Guidelines Chapters 1. Freedom of Association (Paragraphs 1a, 1b and 7) 2. Child Labour (Paragraph 1c) 3. Forced Labour (Paragraph 1d) 4. Discrimination and Equal Opportunity (Paragraph 1e) 5. Collective Bargaining (Paragraphs 1b, 2 and 8) 6. Information and Consultation Rights (Paragraphs 2c.

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The book is divided in three main parts: an introduction relating to methodology and documentation, including the use of Internet. The second part concerns international actors, like the International Employer s Organisations and the International Trade Union Movement, as well as Human Resources Management. This book is obviously not exhaustive, with respect to the coverage of countries and topics.

Comparative labour law : sources and documentation, M. Colucci. National, regional and international employers' organizations, G. Rynhart, J. Dejardin. The international trade union movement, . Human resource management in context, . International labour law, L. Swepston.

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Chapter 21 Collective Bargaining: Globalizing Economies and Diverse Outcomes Peter Sheldon, Bernard Gan & Greg J. Bamber. Chapter 22 The Law of Strikes and Lockouts Antoine .

Chapter 2 Comparative Labour Law: Sources and Documentations Michele Colucci & Nuna Zekic. Chapter 3 National, Regional and International Employers’ Organizations Gary Rynhart & Jean Dejardin. Chapter 21 Collective Bargaining: Globalizing Economies and Diverse Outcomes Peter Sheldon, Bernard Gan & Greg J. Chapter 23 Settlement of Disputes over Interests and Rights Alvin Goldman.

Comparativism is no longer a purely academic exercise but has increasingly become an urgent necessity for industrial relations and legal practitioners, due to the growth of multinational enterprises and the impact of international and regional organizations aspiring to harmonize rules. The growing need for comprehensive, up-to-date and readily available information on labour law and industrial relations in different countries led to the publication of the International Encyclopedia for Labour Law and Industrial Relations, in which almost 60 international and national monographs have been published to date. This book, Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Industrialized Market Economies, goes a step further than the Encyclopedia inasmuch as most of the chapters provide comparative and integrated thematic treatment. Its aim is to describe the salient characteristics and trends in labour law and industrial relations in the contemporary world. Encouraged by the warm reception of the first five editions, we hope that the sixth edition will also serve as a textbook and reference to facilitate the task of teachers and students of comparative labour law and industrial relations. We hope, too, that the book will provide labour lawyers with the necessary insights to cope with a world which is increasingly international.