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HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A LABOR PERSPECTIVE European Research Council (ERC) Research Project

Neil Rees, Simon Rice, Dominique Allen, Australian Anti-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Law (2018, The Federation Press).

The Dept of Business Law & Taxation at Monash University is offering $5000 top-up scholarships to successful PhD and MPhil applicants working on selected projects incl socio-legal studies of labour in Asia Pacific & workers in gig economy.

Various deadlines.

VOL 34 ISSUE 1 (2018)
'Platform Work, Algorithmic Decision-Making, and EU Gender Equality Law', Miriam Kullmann, Issue 1, pp. 1–21
'How to Operationalize Open Norms in Hard and Soft Laws: Reflections Based on Two Distinct Regulatory Examples', Attila Kun, Issue 1, pp. 23–51

Authors: Kumar, Pankaj, Singh, Jaivir

Dr. Bazzani Tania and Prof. Singer Reinhard (eds) - Authors: Prof. Ales Edoardo, Dr. Bazzani Tania, Prof. Prassl Jeremias, Prof. Risak Martin, Prof. Bernd Waas, Prof. Weiss Manfred,

Dear colleagues,

Contributions
Italy’s Industry 4.0 Plan: An Analysis from a Labour Law Perspective
Francesco Seghezzi, Michele Tiraboschi

Industry 4.0 and Human Resources Development: A View from Japan
Michela Riminucci

On the website of Social Law Department at Leiden Law School three Top-Lectures on "Social Justice and International
Labour Law” are made available.

The Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal recently introduced a new section of the Journal’s website entirely devoted to Dispatches.

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