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The growing conflict between European uniformity and national flexibility: The case of Danish flexicurity and European harmonisation of working conditions (e-bog, pdf, drm)

Af: Jens Kristiansen

Forlag: DJØF/Jurist- og Økonomforbundets Forlag
Format: pdf, drm
Sprog: Dansk
Sideantal: 291
Dato for udgivelse: 2015-08-20
Udgivelse: 1
ISBN-13: 9788757498608
Produkt type: e-bog
Filstørrelse: 3471 KB
Kopibeskyttelse: AdobeDRM
Rettigheder: Kopi: 10, Print: 436
Bogtype: Ebog
Filtype: pdf

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In recent years the Danish flexicurity model has attracted attention from the European Union as a successful way of combining a flexible labour law regime with generous social protection of employees and an active labour market policy. However, the Danish model has itself come under pressure from ever increasing EU harmonisation of working conditions. This book The growing conflict between European uniformity and national flexibility examines the pressure put on the flexible Danish labour law system by EU labour law directives and the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The analysis highlights the increasing tension between, on the one hand, the flexibility that the directives aim to allow individual Member States and, on the other hand, the uniform interpretation and application of the principles of which the CJEU is an exponent. The publication is a translation of the title: Aftalemodellen og dens europæiske udfordringer The book is published with support from Dreyers Fond.

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The growing conflict between European uniformity and national flexibility: The case of Danish flexicurity and European harmonisation of working conditions

The growing conflict between European uniformity and national flexibility: The case of Danish flexicurity and European harmonisation of working conditions