50161 - LABOUR LAW - MODULE II (EUROPEAN SOCIAL LAW)
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
- European & International Employment Law: Contrasting Evolutions & Rationales.
- Freedom of Movement of Workers.
- Protection against Discrimination.
- Precarious employment.
- Business reorganisation.
- Transfer of Undertakings.
- Collective redundancies
- Employee Involvement in the Firm' management.
- Collective bargaining
The introductory part of the course provides students with the necessary background to understand the reasons behind crucial steps undertaken by the European legislator in the social field, the common rules relating to the establishment of the internal market and the legal method used by the European Court of Justice to achieve European integration. The course is then covering core aspects of the EU social project with a critical assessment of their effect through selected case study.
- A.C.L. DAVIES, EU Labour Law, Elgar European Law, 2012 (paperback)
Attendants are supposed to read the teaching materials in advance as to actively contribute to class discussion.