The Value of Work and Its Rules between Innovation and Tradition: ‘Labour Is Not a Commodity’ Today
The global challenges resulting from economic, demographic, ecological changes have led individuals to evaluate the advisability of creating new work identities, adopting a perspective based on social justice and sustainability. In this sense, this book examines the ways and the means through which the principle “labour is not a commodity” has been developed and the practical implications thereof. It will serve to help academics and practitioners in a number of fields to understand the ongoing socio-economic changes and the impact of globalisation today, and to analyze the role of public institutions and private stakeholders operating in the context where this principle is implemented.
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Anthony Forsyth is Professor in the Graduate School of Business and Law at RMIT University, Australia. He has also worked extensively in legal practice, including in several commercial firms and the Transport Workers Union. He carries out academic research on a wide range of aspects of employment and workplace law. His main areas of focus are collective bargaining, trade unions, labour hire, wage theft, and the optimal legal and regulatory systems for building collective worker power.
Emanuele Dagnino is a researcher in labour law at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. He holds a PhD in Human Capital Formation and Labour Relations from the University of Bergamo, Italy, and a Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Insubria, Italy. His research focuses on the transformation of work and its effects on labour law in a broad sense.
Margherita Roiatti is Senior Researcher at ADAPT. She received her PhD in Human Capital Formation and Labour Market Relations from the University of Bergamo, Italy. Her areas of specialization include regional development policies, project management, and the evaluation and coordination of initiatives for preventing and addressing skills mismatches phenomena. She has developed knowledge in the field of labour market analysis, skills forecasts, and foresights.
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