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The Codetermination Bargains: The History of German Corporate and Labour Law
Why does codetermination exist in Germany? Law and economics theories have contended that if there were no legal compulsion, worker participation in corporate governance would be ‘virtuallyExpand
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Should Agency Workers Be Treated Differently?
The EU Temporary and Agency Work Directive created a right of equal treatment on working time and pay for agency workers compared to direct workers. This article asks, what justifications are thereExpand
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Will Robots Automate Your Job Away? Full Employment, Basic Income, and Economic Democracy
Will the internet, robotics and artificial intelligence mean a 'jobless future'? A recent narrative says tomorrow's technology will fundamentally differ from cotton mills, steam engines, or washingExpand
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Could Brexit be Void?
Could Brexit be void, and article 50 notification annulled, because of illegality and irregularity in the vote? This paper discusses the implications of three major reports issued in July 2018.Expand
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Donoghue v. Salomon in the High Court
Chandler v. Cape plc decided that a parent company was liable for asbestos injuries of an insolvent subsidiary’s employee, because the parent could exercise control over the subsidiary. This articleExpand
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Unfair Dismissal Reform: Political Ping-Pong with Equality?
The government proposal to re-raise the fair dismissal qualification period by Ministerial Order to two years is vulnerable to judicial review, because it will have a discriminatory impact on peopleExpand
The Fairness Motive: Coase's Mistake
New Frontiers in Empirical Labour Law Research
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Corporate governance for sustainability : Statement
The current model of corporate governance needs reform. There is mounting evidence that the practices of shareholder primacy drive company directors and executives to adopt the same short timeExpand
The Codetermination Bargains: The History of German Corporate and Labour Law
Why does codetermination exist in Germany? Law and economics theories have contended that if there were no legal compulsion, worker participation in corporate governance would be ‘virtuallyExpand
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