Advanced Labour Law

The course analyzes how the labor market works "naturally" and how law and collective bargaining may modify and address its functioning. Thus, the main labour and welfare regulations in different countries are analyzed by a law and economic perspective. The aim is to teach students when and how to use proprerly economics to evaluating labor laws effects and to interpreting them.

The following matters of regulation will be examined in details : minimum wage, protection against unfair dismissal, fixed- term contract, economically dependent contracts, unemployment insurance, maternity benefits, workers representation and strikes.

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