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Droit du Travail européen

Droit du Travail européen

Droit du Travail européen

04.01.2015 BE law

In order to face the bank, economic and fiscal crisis, some Member States of the European Union have decided to reform substantially their labour law.

In some Member States, these reforms have been constrained and imposed by the famous “Troika” (The IMF, the European Union and the European Central Bank). Through specific questions, this publication makes an analysis, from a theoretical and practical point of view, of the European legislation put under pression and their direct impact on the Belgian labour law.

Co-Authors: J. Buelens, C. Canazza, A. Colla, A. Frankart, M. Glorieux, A. Gosseries, P. Gosseries, L. Markey, M. Morsa, M. Verwilghen, L. Vogel

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