Collective bargaining in transition – a renewed role for legal comparison, by Ulla Liukkunen

Comparative law has been a notably neglected discipline in the field of labour law. The explanation appears to lie in the highlighted domestic nature of labour law but also in difficulties presented by entering into a foreign domain through comparative efforts. In the field of collective labour law, particular difficulties relate to paying heed to … Continue reading Collective bargaining in transition – a renewed role for legal comparison, by Ulla Liukkunen

New research collection on comparative labour law highlights key issues

Why does comparative labour law matter? The world of work is churning.  Work is now often what we do, rather than where we go.  Yet the concerns remain similar:  obtaining work, earning enough in conditions of dignity, and having certain protections.  As in other fields, comparative law can provide inspiration for tackling fresh challenges as … Continue reading New research collection on comparative labour law highlights key issues