Advanced labour law

A.A. 2017/2018
Insegnamento per
6
Crediti massimi
40
Ore totali
Lingua
Inglese
Obiettivi formativi
Labour Law shows different features in any legal and economic context. A comparative approach may provide a critical point of view on the national Labour Law regulations and the comparative methodology might be extremely useful in coping with the complexities of personnel management worldwide

Struttura insegnamento e programma

Edizione attiva
Responsabile
Lezioni: 40 ore
Docente: Biasi Marco
STUDENTI FREQUENTANTI
Programma
Introduction to Civil Law and Common Law Legal Systems. Labour Law and the Comparative Method; Whom is Labor Law for? The evolution of the Contract of Employment; The «crisis» of the employment relationship and the re-discovery of Self-employment; The notion of the Employer; The making of Collective Labor Law. Continental Europe and UK; Centralized and decentralized models of collective bargaining, minimum wage policies and the regulation of industrial action; Collective Labor Law in the US and the FIAT/Chrysler Case; Employee Involvement in the management of companies; Dismissal law in a comparative perspective.
Propedeuticità
European and Comparative Labour Law
Prerequisiti e modalità di esame
The final evaluation of the Candidate is based on the following two components:
1) a mandatory, written exam, whereby the Candidate answers to 20 multiple-choice items (one point each) and four open questions (0-3 points each);
2) individual or, better, collective presentation in class on a specific topic will be evaluated up to 3 points on the final score.
Metodi didattici
The teaching approach is based on the circulation among students of selected materials (papers of well-known Scholars, National and International Case-Law) on selected issues of Comparative Employment and Labour Law
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Course Slides; O. Kahn-Freund, On Uses and Misuses of Comparative Law, Modern Law Review, 1974, 37, 1, 1 ff.; B. Veneziani, The Evolution of the Contract of Employment, B. Hepple (edited by), The Making of Labour Law in Europe, Hart, 1986, 31 ff.; Guy Davidov, Mark Freedland and Nicola Kountouris, The subjects of labor law: 'Employees' and other workers, Matthew W. Finkin and Guy Mundlak (edited by), Comparative Labor Law. Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, Eduard Elgar, 2015, 115 ff.; L. Corazza, O. Razzolini, Who is an Employer?, WP C.S.D.L.E. "Massimo D'Antona".INT, 2014, 110; O. Razzolini, Network Forms of Organization and Network Agreements in a Labour Law Perspective: Two Tuscan Case Studies, E. Ales et Alii (edited by), Employment Relations and Transformation of the Enterprise in the Global Economy, Giappichelli, 2016, 67 ff.; A. Jacobs, Collective Self-Regulation, B. Hepple (edited by), The Making of Labour Law in Europe, Hart, 1986, 193 ff.; O. Kahn-Freund, Trade Unions, the Law and Society, Modern Law Review, 1970, 33, 3, 241; European Court of Human Rights, Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers & Firemen (ASLEF) v United Kingdom, 27th February 2007; P. De Gioia Carabellese, R.J. Colhoun, G. Zilio Grandi, The Concept of "Protected Trade Dispute" in the UK Legislation: A (Still and Never-Ending) Fashionable Notion to be Exported to the Continent, Despite "Metrobus" and "British Airways"?!, WP Adapt, 2013, 134; Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 45 Mass. 111 (1842); US Supreme Court, Phelps Dodge Corp. v. NLRB, 313 U.S. 177 (1941); M. Biasi, Statutory Employee Representation in Italian and US Workplaces: Comparative Analysis of the Fiat/Chrysler Case, in Labor Law Journal, 2015, 4, 233 ff.; M. Biasi, On the Uses and Misuses of Worker Participation: Different Forms for Different Aims of Employee Involvement, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 2014, 4, 459 ff.; J. Prassl, Employee Shareholder "Status": Dismantling the Contract of Employment, Industrial Law Journal, 2013, 42, 4, 307 ff.; M. Biasi, G. Tuzet, From Judge-made Law to Scholar-made Law? The strange Case of Employment-at-Will in the US, Biblioteca della Libertà, 2016, 2, 7 ff.
STUDENTI NON FREQUENTANTI
Programma
Introduction to Civil Law and Common Law Legal Systems. Labour Law and the Comparative Method; Whom is Labor Law for? The evolution of the Contract of Employment; The «crisis» of the employment relationship and the re-discovery of Self-employment; The notion of the Employer; The making of Collective Labor Law. Continental Europe and UK; Centralized and decentralized models of collective bargaining, minimum wage policies and the regulation of industrial action; Collective Labor Law in the US and the FIAT/Chrysler Case; Employee Involvement in the management of companies; Dismissal law in a comparative perspective.
Prerequisiti e modalità di esame
The final evaluation of the Candidate is based on the following two components:
1) a mandatory, written exam, whereby the Candidate answers to 20 multiple-choice items (one point each) and four open questions (0-3 points each);
2) individual or, better, collective presentation in class on a specific topic will be evaluated up to 3 points on the final score.
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Course Slides; O. Kahn-Freund, On Uses and Misuses of Comparative Law, Modern Law Review, 1974, 37, 1, 1 ff.; B. Veneziani, The Evolution of the Contract of Employment, B. Hepple (edited by), The Making of Labour Law in Europe, Hart, 1986, 31 ff.; Guy Davidov, Mark Freedland and Nicola Kountouris, The subjects of labor law: 'Employees' and other workers, Matthew W. Finkin and Guy Mundlak (edited by), Comparative Labor Law. Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, Eduard Elgar, 2015, 115 ff.; L. Corazza, O. Razzolini, Who is an Employer?, WP C.S.D.L.E. "Massimo D'Antona".INT, 2014, 110; O. Razzolini, Network Forms of Organization and Network Agreements in a Labour Law Perspective: Two Tuscan Case Studies, E. Ales et Alii (edited by), Employment Relations and Transformation of the Enterprise in the Global Economy, Giappichelli, 2016, 67 ff.; A. Jacobs, Collective Self-Regulation, B. Hepple (edited by), The Making of Labour Law in Europe, Hart, 1986, 193 ff.; O. Kahn-Freund, Trade Unions, the Law and Society, Modern Law Review, 1970, 33, 3, 241; European Court of Human Rights, Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers & Firemen (ASLEF) v United Kingdom, 27th February 2007; P. De Gioia Carabellese, R.J. Colhoun, G. Zilio Grandi, The Concept of "Protected Trade Dispute" in the UK Legislation: A (Still and Never-Ending) Fashionable Notion to be Exported to the Continent, Despite "Metrobus" and "British Airways"?!, WP Adapt, 2013, 134; Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 45 Mass. 111 (1842); US Supreme Court, Phelps Dodge Corp. v. NLRB, 313 U.S. 177 (1941); M. Biasi, Statutory Employee Representation in Italian and US Workplaces: Comparative Analysis of the Fiat/Chrysler Case, in Labor Law Journal, 2015, 4, 233 ff.; M. Biasi, On the Uses and Misuses of Worker Participation: Different Forms for Different Aims of Employee Involvement, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 2014, 4, 459 ff.; J. Prassl, Employee Shareholder "Status": Dismantling the Contract of Employment, Industrial Law Journal, 2013, 42, 4, 307 ff.; M. Biasi, G. Tuzet, From Judge-made Law to Scholar-made Law? The strange Case of Employment-at-Will in the US, Biblioteca della Libertà, 2016, 2, 7 ff.
Periodo
Secondo trimestre
Periodo
Secondo trimestre
Modalità di valutazione
Esame
Giudizio di valutazione
voto verbalizzato in trentesimi
Siti didattici
Docente/i
Ricevimento:
Giovedì dalle 14.00 alle 16.00
Dipto. di Scienze Giuridiche "Cesare Beccaria" - Sezione di Diritto Ecclesiastico e di Diritto del Lavoro