This comprehensive collection offers an array of distinguished papers from within the sphere of comparative labour law, covering the subject's most compelling and thought-provoking questions. Topics include the uses and limits of comparative labour law, the enforcement of labour rights and the methods of comparative labour law. Prefaced with an original introduction by the editor, this collection promises to be a useful research tool for scholars and practitioners, as well as a fascinating read for those interested in the field.
'An Herculean effort that teases out all the major threads in modern comparative labor law scholarship and weaves them into a comprehensive and comprehensible whole.'
– Matthew Finkin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, US
Contributors include: H. Arthurs, A. Blackett, A. Bronstein, X. Beaudonnet, M. Cornish, G. Davidov, S. Deakin, M.W. Finkin, B. Hepple, A.C. Neal, L. Rodgers.
Edited by Anne Trebilcock, University of Göttingen (Institut für Arbeitsrecht), Germany and former Legal Adviser of the International Labour Organization.