EC employment law

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Wiley Chancery, 1995 - Law - 476 pages
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Employment law directly affects the rights and welfare of every citizen. With a workforce of over 164 million people, the EC faces a formidable task in implementing the social measures which have accompanied the foundation of a single economic market. This book provides a thorough and authoritative guide to EC employment law within a social and economic context. It also provides extensive coverage of complex equality case law and legislation

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Contents

COMMUNITY LEGAL SYSTEM AND REMEDIES
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2 The Common market and the internal market
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3 Sources of Community law
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Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Catherine Barnard is a lecturer in law at the University of Southampton, Assistant Dean and Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration.

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