Transformation of Labour and Future of Labour Law in Europe

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Recoge: 1. Work and private power - 2. Work and Employment Status - 3. Work and time - 4. Labour and collective organisation - 5. Labour and public authorities: The State's role - 6. Transformation of work, women's work and the future of Labour Law. The gender dimension - 7. Labour and lau and economic performance.

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