ECONOMIC INTEGRATION AND TRANSNATIONAL LABOUR REGULATION: A REVIEW ESSAY
AbstractGlobalization has triggered a renewed interest in the transnational dimension of labour law. This review essay considers four books recently published in the United Kingdom that examine either international labour law or European employment law. These books demonstrate the importance of transcending legal formalism and the need to delve into economics, history, sociology, and politics in order to understand the functions and impacts of labour law in the globalized world of the twenty-first century.
Keywords:European Union, Labour, Labour Standards, Soft Law
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