Employers' Liability and Workers' Compensation

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Ken Oliphant, Gerhard Wagner
Walter de Gruyter, Oct 30, 2012 - Law - 660 pages
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The study will consist of reports from different countries and will focus on the compensation of occupational diseases and accidents. Issues like discrimination, moral or sexual harassment and other damages claims of employees will be dealt with in the reports for some countries. Major aspects of the reports will be a description of different existing compensation schemes, interactions between Employers' Liability and Workers' Compensation, a comparison of both systems and their respective efficiency.

 

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Contents

Australia
1
Austria
63
Denmark
111
England and Wales
137
France
203
Germany
265
Italy
297
Japan
333
Poland
369
Romania
399
United States
437
The European Coordination of Employers Liability and Workers Compensation
485
Challenges for Employers Liability and Workers Compensation
519
New Perspectives on EmployersLiability Basic Policy Issues
561
Index
599
Publications
609

The Netherlands
351

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About the author (2012)

Ken Oliphant, Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, Austria; Gerhard Wagner, University of Chicago, Chicago, USA.

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