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Labor and employment law and economics

Author: Kenneth G Dau-Schmidt
Publisher: Cheltenham : Elgar, 2009.
Series: Encyclopedia of law and economics, 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

The economic analysis of labor and employment law is a bold effort to apply economic theory to explain important empirical facts about the regulation of the employment relationship and to provide  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth G Dau-Schmidt
ISBN: 9781847207296 1847207294
OCLC Number: 885147904
Description: 738 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: Contents:IntroductionPART I: THE ECONOMICS OF REGULATING THE LABOR MARKET1. Labor Law and Employment Regulation: Neoclassical and Institutional PerspectivesBruce E. KaufmanPART II: GOVERNANCE AND SELF-GOVERNANCE OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS2. Employment ContractsAnn-Sophie Vandenberghe3. Regulating Unions and Collective BargainingKenneth G. Dau-Schmidt and Arthur R. Traynor PART III: EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND THEIR REGULATION4. Investments in Adult Lifelong LearningLisa M. Lynch5. Minimum Wage LegislationSimon Deakin and Frank Wilkinson6. Health InsuranceDavid A. Hyman 7. International Executive Pay: Current Practices and Future TrendsRandall S. Thomas 8. Workers' CompensationJohn F. Burton, Jr. 9. Occupational Safety and Health RegulationSidney A. Shapiro 10. Employment DiscriminationStewart J. Schwab 11. Accommodating FamiliesJoyce P. Jacobsen12. Workplace DisabilitySeth D. Harris and Michael Ashley Stein 13. Adjudication of Workplace DisputesDouglas M. Mahony and Hoyt N. Wheeler PART IV: REGULATING EMPLOYMENT OF SPECIAL POPULATIONS14. The Economics of Child LabourAlessandro Cigno15. The Economics of Slavery, Forced Labor and Human TraffickingPatrick Belser PART V: GOVERNING TERMINATION AND POST-EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS 16. DischargeJ.H. Verkerke17. UnemploymentStephen A. Woodbury18. Intellectual Property and Restrictive CovenantsOrly Lobel19. Pensions and RetirementJonathan Barry FormanPART VI: GOVERNING GLOBAL LABOR MARKETS20. Migration and Labor Markets: A Brief SurveyJagdeep S. Bhandari21. Employee Collective Action in a Global EconomyJeffrey M. Hirsch22. National Regulation in a Global Economy: New Governance Approaches to 21st Century Work LawOrly Lobel 23. International Labor Standards and International Trade: An Economic OverviewRichard N. Block and Jonas Zoninsein PART VII: THE FUTURE OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW24. A Labor Law for the Digital Era: The Future of Labor and Employment Law in the United StatesKatherine V.W. Stone Index
Series Title: Encyclopedia of law and economics, 2.
Responsibility: ed. by Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt [und weitere].


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