This textbook on European Labour law adds to the existing literature in two aspects. First, it is written in such a way that readers who are versed in EU law and labour law, as well as those who only know national labour law can profit. Secondly, it analyses the EU's contribution to labour law from comparative and EU integration perspectives, taking a critical approach to the EU's so-called economic constitution as shaped by its Court of Justice.
|Number of pages||372|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|