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Restatement of Labour Law in Europe. Volume I. The Concept of Employee

Portland: Hart Publishing, 2017.
Lyutov N. L., Gerasimova E., Risak M., Rebhahn R., Rauws W., Sredkova K., Grgurev I., Trimikliniotis N., Demetriou C., Hůrka P., Kristiansen J., Tavits G., Engblom M., Kessler F., Kalamatiev T., Ristovski A., Waas B., Papadimitriou C., Kiss G., Blöndal E., Hjaltadóttir I. B., Kerr A., Ales E., Dupate K., Davulis T., Putz J., Cachia L. M., Simovic-Zvicer V., van Voss G. H., Aune H., Mitrus L., Abrantes J. J., da Silva R. C., Dimitriu R., Jašarević S., Schronk R., Končar P., Murcia J. G., Cardo I. A., Inghammar A., Portmann W., Bakirci K., Jones B., Prassl J.
Academic editor: G. H. van Voss.

The concept of ‘employee’ is arguably the most important one in labour law, defi ning, as it does, the scope of the discipline as a whole. This important new publication aims to develop a restatement of the concept of the employee in European labour law. The study identifi es both problems and solutions that have emerged, clearly setting out comparisons between the different member states’ approaches. The country reports explore both statutes and case law, tracking their contribution to legal doctrine. The
objective of the restatement is to increase knowledge and gain a better understanding of one of the most crucial aspects of European labour law.


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Restatement of Labour Law in Europe. Volume I. The Concept of Employee