Contributions

The EU is losing tech talent to the US

by Mikkel Barslund and Matthias Busse

Not the end of work but a new idea of doing business

by Francesco Seghezzi and Michele Tiraboschi

Flexibilization of labour in Kazakhstan: New legal Framework and Institutional Decisions

Muslim Khassenov, E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

The Employee Shareholder: Rules, Interpretation and Lacunae of a New Subcategory of the Contract of Employment

Pierre De Gioia - Carabellese, E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

The Case of Ireland’s County Donegal: Stimulating Rural Labour Markets via Training, Tourism and Nurturing Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

Gordon B. Cooke, Jennifer K. Burns, Sara L. Mann Kyle W.J. Vardy,Bronwyn L. Cass; E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

Recent Trends in Collective Bargaining in Europe

Ana Teresa Ribeiro, E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

The Regulatory Challenges of Fulfilling the Policy Goal of Protecting Workers from Occupational Diseases

Ugochukwu Orazulike, E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

Occupational Health and Safety and Older Workers: Are They in Need of a Special Legal Framework?

Ana Cristina Ribeiro Costa, E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies, No. 1/2016

The Reasons for a Law to Acknowledge and Promote Research Work in the Private Sector

Michele Tiraboschi, ADAPT University Press, February 2016

Cloud Computing: An enabler in Modern Labour Market

by Sarfaraz G. Muhammad and Meysam Salimi