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  1. Comparative Labour Law

    Comparative Labour Law

    Edited by Anne Trebilcock
    This comprehensive collection offers an array of distinguished papers from within the sphere of comparative labour law, covering the subject’s most compelling and thought-provoking questions. Topics include the uses and limits of comparative labour law, the enforcement of labour rights and the methods of comparative labour law. Prefaced with an original introduction by the editor, this collection promises to be a useful research tool for scholars and practitioners, as well as a fascinating read for those interested in the field. Learn More
    2018   Hardback Price: $ 450.00   Web: $ 405.00
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  2. Employment Law and Intellectual Property Law

    Employment Law and Intellectual Property Law

    Edited by Ann L. Monotti
    This collection includes twenty-four articles published over a period that spans almost seventy years and is related to the law in three jurisdictions. The volume is divided into five parts and brings together influential and significant scholarly work in this exciting field. The material examines various themes that arise at the points at which employment and intellectual property laws converge: historical perspectives on employee inventions; rationales for default rules; allocation of ownership of employee creation; restraints and employee mobility and discusses university approaches and issues. With an original introduction by the editor, this timely collection will be a valuable source of reference for students, academics and practitioners interested in employment and intellectual property law. Learn More
    2018   Hardback Price: $ 450.00   Web: $ 405.00
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  3. International Labour Law

    International Labour Law

    Edited by Barbara J. Fick
    This timely volume provides a selection of seminal articles that analyze and debate current key topics in the field of international labour law. In particular, the collection focuses on the central role of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in the adoption and enforcement of labour standards, as well as the normative content of ILO Conventions forming the basis for the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Additional articles critically consider non-ILO mechanisms for enforcing labour standards and assess their effectiveness and practicality. The final group of articles reflect on the future of international labour law and how it is impacted by the ILO Declaration, the dialogue on human rights and changes in the nature of the labour market in a global economic system. Learn More
    2016   Hardback Price: $ 476.00   Web: $ 428.40
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  4. Whistleblowing Law

    Whistleblowing Law

    Edited by Robert G. Vaughn
    This collection, edited by a leading authority, presents key literature published in the last 30 years discussing the topic of whistleblowing law. The papers analyze the contours of the field, including perspectives from which to examine whistleblower laws, the issues arising in the implementation of these laws and the character of global whistleblower laws. These seminal works also provide an introduction to a number of disputed issues and an examination of two areas of recent interest, including national security whistleblowers and financial incentives. Learn More
    2015   Hardback Price: $ 777.00   Web: $ 699.30
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  5. Law and Economics of Discrimination

    Law and Economics of Discrimination

    Edited by John J. Donohue III
    This important volume introduces the reader to the key theoretical and empirical issues concerning the topical field of law and economics of discrimination. The book begins with readings from Gary Becker’s seminal work on the economics of discrimination followed by a series of papers that try to evaluate the degree of discrimination in labour markets and the extent to which government intervention has reduced this discrimination. In addition to examining discrimination on the basis of race, gender, and sexual orientation in the labour market, Professor Donohue explores the problem of discrimination in various consumer markets, in the criminal justice sphere, in education and in health care. Along with an original introduction, this valuable collection will be of immense use to both scholars and practitioners with an interest in the law and economics of discrimination. Learn More
    2014   Hardback Price: $ 525.00   Web: $ 472.50
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