Creative Labour Regulation: Indeterminacy and Protection in an Uncertain World (Advances in Labour Studies)

Creative Labour Regulation: Indeterminacy and Protection in an Uncertain World (Advances in Labour Studies)

By: Patrick Belser (editor), Malte Luebker (editor), Colin Fenwick (editor), Deirdre McCann (editor), John Howe (editor), Sangheon Lee (editor)Hardback

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The volume is at the forefront of the academic and policy debates on effective labour regulation, offering innovative approaches to research and policy. It is an interdisciplinary response to the central challenges that face modern labour regulation and draws on contributions by leading experts in a range of disciplines.

About Author

Deirdre McCann, Durham University, UK Sangheon Lee, International Labour Office, Geneva Patrick Belser, International Labour Office, Geneva Colin Fenwick, International Labour Office, Geneva John Howe, Melbourne Law School, Australia Malte Luebker, ILO Regional Office, Bangkok, Thailand David Weil, Brown University, USA Mark Freedland, University of Oxford, UK Fernando Groisman, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Damian Grimshaw, Manchester Business School, UK Gernhard Bosch, University Duisburg Essen, Germany Jill Rubery, The University of Manchester, UK Steven L. Willborn, University of Nebraska, USA Drussila Brown, Tufts University, USA Rajeev Dehejia, New York University, USA Raymond Robertson, Macalester College, USA Matt Amengual, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Ada Ordor, University of Cape Town, South Africa Chika Oka, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Contents

Introduction 1. Regulatory Indeterminacy and Protection in Contemporary Labour Markets: Innovation and Research and Policy; Sangheon Lee and Deirdre McCann PART I: REGULATING THE FRAGMENTED LABOUR MARKET: EMPIRICAL AND DOCTRINAL INSIGHTS 2. Fissured Employment: Implications for Achieving Decent Workplaces; David Weil 3. Regulating for Decent Work and the Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations; Mark Freedland PART II: INSTITUTIONAL INTERACTIONS: THE CASE OF MINIMUM WAGE REGULATION 4. Employment, Inequality and Minimum Wages in Argentina; Fernando Groisman 5. The Pay Equity Effects of Minimum Wages and Pay Bargaining; Damian Grimshaw, Gerhard Bosch and Jill Rubery PART III: NEW APPROACHES TO ENFORCEMENT INDETERMINACY III.A: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONS 6. Models of Labour Enforcement: Necessary Indeterminacy; Steven L. Willborn 7. Regulations, Monitoring, and Working Conditions: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia and Better Work Vietnam; Drussila Brown, Rajeev Dehejia and Raymond Robertson III.B: INVESTIGATING THE HYBRID MODEL 8. Linkages and Labour Inspectors: Enforcement in the Garment Workshops of Buenos Aires; Matt Amengual 9. Exploring Civil Society Partnerships in Enforcing Decent Work in South Africa; Ada Ordor 10.Evaluating a Promising Model of Non-State Labor Regulation: The Case of Cambodia's Apparel Sector; Chika Oka

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781137382207
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 320
  • ID: 9781137382207
  • weight: 5072
  • ISBN10: 1137382201

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