Comparative Labour Law

Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law, (Mathias Reimann and Reinhard Zimmermann eds.) (2d ed)

49 Pages Posted: 26 Oct 2017

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Matthew Finkin

University of Illinois College of Law

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Date Written: October 25, 2017

Abstract

In 2006, Matthias Reimann and Reinhard Zimmermann edited the OXFORD HANDBOOK OF COMPARATIVE LAW, a comprehensive work of 42 chapters treating the development of comparative law, approaches to comparative law, and subject areas of comparative law. One of the latter, by this author, treated comparative labor law. A decade later the work has been revised and updated. This chapter discusses the taxonomy of the subject, the role of comparativism in national law, and the role of comparativism in the contemporary debate on the future of labor law. It dwells briefly on the future of comparative labor law itself.

Suggested Citation

Finkin, Matthew W., Comparative Labour Law (October 25, 2017). Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law, (Mathias Reimann and Reinhard Zimmermann eds.) (2d ed). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3059212 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3059212

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