European Community Labour Law: Principles and Perspectives: Liber Amicorum Lord Wedderburn of Charlton

Synopsis

This collection of essays by an internationally distinguished group of writers takes stock of what Community labour law has amounted to so far and what its directions in the future should be. It covers the foundations of EC labour law, the principal actors and the implementation of policies in such fields as health and safety, discrimination, employment, immigration and the Social Fund. The essays are written in honour of Professor Lord Weddebaum of Charlton, the distinguished labour lawyer and doyen of comparative labour law studies.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Antoine Lyon-caen
  • Miguel RodrÍguez-piÑero
  • Emilia Casas
  • Gérard Lyon-caen
  • Simon Deakin
  • Antoine Lyon-caen
  • Miguel RodrÍguez-piÑero
  • Emilia Casas
  • Gérard Lyon-caen
  • Simon Deakin
  • Paul Davies
  • Federico Mancini
  • Wolfgang DÄubler
  • Tiziano Treu
  • Silvana Sciarra
  • Manfred Weiss
  • Bob Hepple
  • Mark Freedland
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1996