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Criminality at work

Author: Alan Bogg; Jennifer Collins; M R Freedland; Jonathan Herring
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2020]
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From the Master and Servant legislation to the Factories Acts of the 19th century, the criminal law has always had a vital yet normatively complex role in the regulation of work relations. Even in its earliest forms, it operated both as a tool to repress collective organizations and enforce labour discipline, while policing the worst excesses of industrial capitalism. Recently, governments have begun to rediscover  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Bogg, Alan.
Criminality at Work.
Oxford : Oxford University Press USA - OSO, ©2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Bogg; Jennifer Collins; M R Freedland; Jonathan Herring
ISBN: 0192573888 9780192573889
OCLC Number: 1143619709
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 567 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction1. Criminality at Work: A Framework for Discussion, Alan Bogg and Mark FreedlandPart I: Criminality at Work: Mapping the Terrain2. Workplace Welfare and State Coercion, GR Sullivan3. Using Criminal Law to Enforce Statutory Employment Rights, David Cabrelli4. Where Criminal Law Meets labour law: The Effectiveness of Criminal Sanctions to Enforce Labour Rights, Catherine Barnard and Sarah Fraser ButlinPart II: Labour Wrongs as Public Wrongs5. Exploitation at Work: Beyond a 'Criminalization' or 'Regulatory Alternatives' Dichotomy, Jennifer Collins6. The Duty of Loyalty and the Scope of the Law of Fraud, Hugh Collins7. Wage Theft as a Legal Concept, Sarah Green8. The Criminalization of Workplace Harassment and Abuse: An Over-personalized Wrong? Alan Bogg and Mark Freedland9. Sex, Work, and Criminalization, Michelle Madden Dempsey10. The Work of Sex Work: Prostitution, Unfreedom and Criminality at Work, Katie Cruz11. Human Rights, Labour Rights, and Criminal Wrongs, Virginia MantouvalouPart III: The Contemporary Shape of Criminalization Practices: Risk, Status and Character in the Neoliberal Criminal Law12. The Preventive Role of the Criminal Law in Employment Relations, Andrew Ashworth and Jennifer Collins13. Licensing of Employing Entities and Criminalization, ACL Davies14. Criminalizing Care Workers. A Critique of Prosecution for Ill-treatment or Wilful Neglect, LJB Hayes15. The Medical Professional as Special Before the Criminal Law, Suzanne Ost16. Victim or Perpetrator? The Criminal Migrant and the Idea of 'Harm' in a Labour Market Context, Cathryn Costello17. Doing the Dirty Job: Labour at the Intersections of Criminal Law and Immigration Controls, Ana Aliverti18. Modern Slavery, Domestic Work and the Criminal Law, Jonathan Herring19. The Persistence of Criminal Law and Police in Collective Labour Relations, Alan Bogg, KD Ewing and Andrew MorettaPart IV: Criminalization and Enforcement20. Workplace Safety and Criminalization: A Double-Edged Sword, Paul Almond21. The Criminalization of Health and Safety at Work, Michael Ford22. Accessory Liability for National Minimum Wage Violations in the Fissured Workplace, Alan Bogg and Paul S DaviesPart V: Comparative Perspectives on Criminalization23. Class Crimes: Master and Servant Laws and Factories Acts in Industrializing Britain and (Ontario) Canada, Eric Tucker and Judy Fudge24. Criminalization, Social Exclusion and Access to Employment, Marilyn J Pittard25. The Carceral State at Work: Exclusion, Coercion, and Subordinated Inclusion, Noah Zatz26. Restorative Regulation of Criminality at Work in Canada: Workplace Safety, Penal Law and Human Capability Enhancement, Bruce P Archibald, QC
Responsibility: edited by Alan Bogg, Jennifer Collins, Mark Freedland, Jonathan Herring.


Edited by four leading law scholars, this volume explores the political and regulatory dimensions of modern 'criminality at work' from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives.  Read more...


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This edited collection elegantly presents a comprehensive and multifaceted account of the modern intersection of work and criminal law ... This book will appeal to Common Law labour lawyers, criminal Read more...

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