International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, Volume XV
Vol. XV of the International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law on labour law comprises 790 double-column pages dealing with the broad aspects of this branch of the law, which is highly relevant for the social structure of a country. The 12 chapters of the volume were written by leading, internationally renowned experts from many countries and co-ordinated by Professor Bob Hepple. A broad introduction by Professor Finkin, an internationally recognized expert, summarizes the developments of the last 20 years in the core areas of labour law.
Benjamin Aaron, Ruth Ben-Israel, Roger Blanpain, Matthew W. Finkin, John G. Fleming, Jean de Givry, Alan C. Neal, Guy Perrin, Folke Schmidt, Waclaw Szubert, Nicolas Valticos, Bruno Veneziani
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