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|All Authors / Contributors:||
B A Hepple; Rochelle Le Roux; Silvana Sciarra
|Notes:||Subtitle on cover: The South African experience in an international and comparative perspective.
Originally published: Milano, Italy : FrancoAngeli SR, 2015.
|Description:||xv, 200 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Bob Hepple, Rochelle le Roux and Silvana Sciarra --
The freedom to strike and its rationale / Bob Hepple --
The international and regional framework / Tonia Novitz --
Constitutionalising the right to strike / Halton Cheadle --
Representativeness and the legitimacy of bargaining agents / Luisa Corazza and Emma Fergus --
The role of trade unions in strikes / Alan Rycroft --
Limitations of the right to strike in the public sector and essential services / Tamara Cohen and Rochelle le Roux --
Political strikes / Giovanni Orlandini --
Running the gauntlet : understanding policing responses and strategies to strike violence / Julie Berg and Simon Howell --
Heritage and adjustment : some concluding remarks / Silvana Sciarra.
|Series Title:||Labour law in national, integrated and transnational legal systems.|
|Other Titles:||Laws against strikes :|
|Responsibility:||[edited by] Bob Hepple (emeritus professor of law at Cambridge), Rochelle le Roux (professor of law at UCT), Silvana Sciarra (judge of the Constitutional Court of Italy).|
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