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The Race to Court as a Race to the Bottom? National Labour Law after the Laval quartet

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The recent case law by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) concerning the right to take collective action, posted workers and social clauses in public procurement may promote a ‘race to the bottom’ in the European Union. The presentation will assess the nature of the challenges and the scope for changes in the national labour market systems in the aftermath of the ECJ ’s judgments. While the latter are expected to have a constraining effect on industrial action and collective standard-setting, they also open up room for national re-regulation concerning wage levels and terms and conditions of employment

This talk is part of the Darwin College Humanities and Social Sciences Group series.

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