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Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law / edited by Hugh Collins, Gillian Lester, Virginia Mantouvalou.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Philosophical foundations of lawPhilosophical foundations of lawPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018.Edition: First editionDescription: xviii, 343 pages ; 25 cmISBN:
  • 9780198825272 (hb)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 344.0101 23 COL
Contents:
Part I. Freedom, Dignity, and Human Rights. 2. The Contractualisation of Labour Law / John Gardner -- 3. Is the Contract of Employment Illiberal? / Hugh Collins -- 4. Dignity at Work / Pablo Gilabert -- 5. Human Development: A Way out of Labour Law's Fly Bottle / Brian Langille -- 6. Civic Republican Political Theory and Labour Law / David Cabrelli and Rebecca Zahn -- 7. Human Rights as Foundations for Labour Law / Joe Atkinson --
Part II. Distributive Justice and Exploitation. 8. Distributive Justice and Labour Law / Guy Davidov -- 9. Discrimination and Labour Law: Locating the Market in Maldistribution and Subordination / Noah D. Zatz -- 10. Structures of Exploitation / Jonathan Wolff -- 11. Legal Construction of Structures of Exploitation / Virginia Mantouvalou -- 12. A Risk Theory of Exploitation / Horacio Spector --
Part III. Workplace Democracy and Self-Determination. 13. The Right to Strike and Contestatory Citizenship / Alan Bogg and Cynthia Estlund -- 14. Trade Unions and Political Equality / Martin O'Neill and Stuart White --
Part IV. Social Inclusion. 15. Gender and the Labour of Law / Joanne Conaghan -- 16. Social Inclusion for Labour Law : Meeting Particular Scales of Justice / Einat Albin -- 17. Volunteer Work, Inclusivity, and Social Equality / Sabine Tsuruda -- 18. Reinforcing the Philosophical Foundations of Social Inclusion: The Isolated Worker in the Isolated State / Mark Freedland.
Summary: This text explores the philosophical foundations of labour law in detail, including topics such as the meaning of work, the relationship between employee and employer, and the demands of justice in the workplace.
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Part I. Freedom, Dignity, and Human Rights. 2. The Contractualisation of Labour Law / John Gardner --
3. Is the Contract of Employment Illiberal? / Hugh Collins --
4. Dignity at Work / Pablo Gilabert --
5. Human Development: A Way out of Labour Law's Fly Bottle / Brian Langille --
6. Civic Republican Political Theory and Labour Law / David Cabrelli and Rebecca Zahn --
7. Human Rights as Foundations for Labour Law / Joe Atkinson --

Part II. Distributive Justice and Exploitation. 8. Distributive Justice and Labour Law / Guy Davidov --
9. Discrimination and Labour Law: Locating the Market in Maldistribution and Subordination / Noah D. Zatz --
10. Structures of Exploitation / Jonathan Wolff --
11. Legal Construction of Structures of Exploitation / Virginia Mantouvalou --
12. A Risk Theory of Exploitation / Horacio Spector --

Part III. Workplace Democracy and Self-Determination. 13. The Right to Strike and Contestatory Citizenship / Alan Bogg and Cynthia Estlund --
14. Trade Unions and Political Equality / Martin O'Neill and Stuart White --

Part IV. Social Inclusion. 15. Gender and the Labour of Law / Joanne Conaghan --
16. Social Inclusion for Labour Law : Meeting Particular Scales of Justice / Einat Albin --
17. Volunteer Work, Inclusivity, and Social Equality / Sabine Tsuruda --
18. Reinforcing the Philosophical Foundations of Social Inclusion: The Isolated Worker in the Isolated State / Mark Freedland.


This text explores the philosophical foundations of labour law in detail, including topics such as the meaning of work, the relationship between employee and employer, and the demands of justice in the workplace.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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