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Compare and contrast the systems of labor/employment law in UK and USA countries .What key factors have affected or help to explain the respective development of these systems?

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Compare and contrast the systems of Labour/Employment Law in UK AND USA countries .What key factors have affected or help to explain the respective development of these systems?
Choose US as the comoared country plz.
And only analyse the individual labour law part. Dont involve collective labour law.
Requiments of the essay are in the recoud.
Reading list/core sources:

Texts/Collections –

Barnard, C. 2012. EU Employment Law (4th ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press

Bercusson, B., & Estlund, C. 2008. Regulating Labour in the Wake of Globalisation – new challenges, new institutions. Hart Publishing: Oxford & Portland, Oregon

*Blanpain, R (ed). 2010. Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Industrialised Market Economies. (10th and revised ed). Netherlands: Kluwer Law International

Blanpain, R. 2010. European Labour Law. (12th and revised ed.). Netherlands: Kluwer Law International

*Blanpain, R., Bisom-Rapp, S., Corbett, W.R., Josephs, H.K., & Zimmer, M.J. 2007. The Global Workplace – International and Comparative Employment Law: cases & materials. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

*Bronstein, A. 2009. International and Comparative Labour Law: current challenges. Basingstoke & Geneva: Palgrave Macmillan & ILO

Craig, J.D.R. and Lynk, M.S. (eds). 2006. Globalization & the Future of Labour Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Du Feu, V., Edmunds, V., Gillow, E. and Hopkins, M. . (eds). [first published] 2000. EU & International Employment Law (looseleaf and CD rom), Jordans/Eversheds.

Fenwick, C and Novitz, T (eds). 2010. Human Rights at Work: perspectives on Law and Regulation. Oxford and Portland, Oregon

Gold, M. (ed). 2009. Employment Law and Policy in the European Union: origins, themes & prospects. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Hepple, B. 2005. Labour Laws and Global Trade. Oxford: Hart Publishing

Kaufmann, C. 2007. Globalisation and Labour Rights – the conflict between core labour rights and international economic law. Hart Publishing: Oxford & Portland, Oregon

Novitz, T. 2003. International and European Protection of the Right to Strike. Oxford: OUP

Rodgers, G., Lee, E., Swepston, L. & Van Daele, J. 2009. The ILO and the quest for social justice, 1919-2009. Geneva: ILO

*Servais, J-M. 2005. International Labour Law. Netherlands: Kluwer Law International

Szyszczak, E. 2000. EC Labour Law. London: Pearson Education
* Denotes general texts/collections suitable for purchase

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Key journals/case reports* –

British Journal of Industrial Relations (BJIR)

Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal (CLLPJ)

European Industrial Relations Review (EIRR)

European Journal of Industrial Relations (EJIR)

IDS Brief

Industrial Relations Law Reports**

International Journal of Comparative Labour Law & Industrial Relations (IJCLLIR)

Industrial Law Journal (ILJ)

Industrial Relations Journal (IRJ)
* All of these titles can be accessed electronically through the John Rylands library
** Access via Lexis Nexis

Useful & authoritative e-/internet sources –

European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO at www.eurofound.europa.eu/eiro )
Systems Explored (I [Individual Employment Law]) –

Reading –

(i) Texts/Collections/Chapters

Blanpain, R (ed). 2010. Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Industrialised Market Economies. (10th and revised ed.). Netherlands: Kluwer Law International, Chs.12 (Engels, C), 13 (Servais, J-M), 16 (Rojot, J)

Blanpain, R., Bisom-Rapp, S., Corbett, W.R., Josephs, H.K., & Zimmer, M.J. 2007. The Global Workplace – International and Comparative Employment Law: cases & materials. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, country chapters (inc UK etc)

Bronstein, A. 2009. International and Comparative Labour Law: current challenges. Basingstoke & Geneva: Palgrave Macmillan & ILO, Chs. 2, 3 & 6 (esp pp. 212-255)

Brown, R. C. 2010. Understanding Labor and Employment Law in China. Cambridge University Press, Chs. 4, 7, 10 & 12

Casale, G (ed). 2011. The Employment Relationship; a comparative overview. Oxford & Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing [also Geneva/ILO], Chs.3 [Perulli, A] & 6 [Casale, G, Countouris, N, Fenwick, C, Lee, S.T & Mascarenhas, J]

Chen, K. 2011. Labour Law in China. Netherlands/Wolters Kluwer, Part I, Chs 1-8

Du Feu, V., Edmunds, V., Gillow, E. and Hopkins, M. (eds). [first published] 2000. EU & International Employment Law (looseleaf and CD rom), Jordans/Eversheds – country chapters (inc UK etc)

Hadju, J. 2011. Labour Law in Hungary. Netherlands/Wolters Kluwer, Part 1, Chs. 1, 2 & 6

Hepple, B. 2009. ‘Equality at Work’ in Hepple, B & Veniziani, B. 2009. Ch.5 (see p.5 above)

Smith, P.R, Hodges, A.C, Stabile, S.J & Gely, R. 2009. Principles of Employment Law. St Paul, MN: West [Thomson Reuters], Chs. 1, 2 & 5 [on USA]

Veneziani, B. 2009. ‘The Employment Relationship’ in Hepple, B & Veniziani, B. 2009. Ch.4 (see p.5 above)
(ii) Journal articles:

BLOCK, R.N, BERG, P & ROBERTS, K. 2003. ‘Comparing and Quantifying Labour Standards
in the United States and the European Union’ in International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Volume 19/4, 441-467.

Daublert, W & Wang, Q. 2008/09. ‘THE NEW CHINESE EMPLOYMENT LAW’. 30 Comp. Lab. L. & Pol’y J. 395

Howes, V. 2003. ‘Health and Safety Regulatory Framework: A Comparative Perspective’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations. Vol. 19/1, pp. 85-107.

Howes, V. 2004. ‘Challenges of European Enlargement: Regulation of Health & Safety in Hungary & Poland’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations. Vol. 20/2, pp. 253-275.

Farkas, O. 2003. ‘Economic versus Social Convergence in Hungary: Preparing for EU Membership’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Vol. 19/1, pp.33-54.

Josephs, H.K. 2008/09. ‘MEASURING PROGRESS UNDER CHINA’S LABOR LAW: GOALS, PROCESSES, OUTCOMES’. 30 Comp. Lab. L. & Pol’y J. 373

Koch, K and Salter, N. 1999. ‘The Health and Safety system in the Federal Republic of Germany’, Industrial Relations Journal, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 61-71.

Lee-Cooke, F. 2009. ‘The enactment of three new employment laws in China:Unintended consequences and the emergence of “new” actors in employment relations. Paper to conference on “Regulating for Decent Work: Innovative Regulation as a response to Globalization”, ILO Geneva, July 2009.

Neal, A.C. 2011. ‘Towards a functioning framework for individual labour Law Rights: Challenges for China in a changing world of work’. International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Volume 27/4, pp.365-385

Rönmar, M. 2001. ‘Redundant Because of Lack of Competence? Swedish Employees in the Knowledge Society’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Vol. 17, No. 1, p.117.

Schneider, M. 2000. ‘A Juridical Approach to the Notion of Independent Labour: A Critical Study of the French and the German Systems’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Vol. 16, No.4, p.337.

Vranken, M. 2010. ‘Employee Protection: an outmoded notion in Australian Labour Law’. IJCLLIR, Vol 26/2, 231-246

Zhao, Y. 2008/09. ‘CHINA’S NEW LABOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION LAW: A CATALYST FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HARMONIOUS LABOR RELATIONSHIP?. 30 Comp. Lab. L. & Pol’y J. 409

Zachert, Ü. 1999. ‘A Change of Paradigm in German Labour Law – An Inspiration for Other Countries?’, International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Vol. 15, No.1, pp. 21-32.


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