323206 Labour Law in Italy, Austria, Germany and other EU member states: a comparative analysis

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323206
Labour Law in Italy, Austria, Germany and other EU member states: a comparative analysis
SE 2
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Students know the basics and the most important features of labour law in the three states Italy, Austria and Germany (and potentially in other EU member states). They can highlight differences and similarities in a comparative perspective and analyse the effectiveness of labour law measures on national labour markets.

The seminar will present and analyse the regulatory basics of fundamental labour law issues in Italy, Austria and Germany (and potentially in other EU member states) in a comparative way (e.g. the notion of subordination, the employment services, health and safety at work, the protection against unfair dismissals, fixed-term contracts, etc.). Afterwards, the seminar is intended to address questions and problems students encounter in their own thesis research projects.

Lectures, discussions, exercises

Oral exam

To be indicated at the beginning of/during the seminar

not applicable

Language: Italian/German.

07.10.2013