Law and Economics and the Labour Market (New Horizons in Law and Economics Series)
By: Gerrit De Geest (editor), etc. (editor)Hardback
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This text bridges the gap between labour economies, law and economics and the legal profession. Beginning with an overview of the relationship between labour law and economic theory, it examines specific areas within the field of law and economics.
Labour law and economic theory - a reappraisal; the right to lie - new law and economics versus Dutch labour law; information-forcing and co-operation inducing rules - rethinking the building blocks of labour law; the law and economics of dismissal regulation - a comparative analysis of the US and UK systems; potential labour market repercussions of proposed reforms to the US FLSA Overtime Hours Law; law and economic analysis of the European Works Council; severance pay in Germany - a contract perspective; the co-determined corporation as a player in the labour market.
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