New Forms of Employment

Current Problems and Future Challenges

Jerzy Wratny (Redaktør) ; Agata Ludera-Ruszel (Redaktør)

This volume is the first collection of original research brought together under the name of new forms of employment. The contributions written specifically for this project - an intruduction, conclusion, and chapters - propose to critically investigate the current state of this burgeoning and relevant research field and map out future directions. Les mer
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This volume is the first collection of original research brought together under the name of new forms of employment. The contributions written specifically for this project - an intruduction, conclusion, and chapters - propose to critically investigate the current state of this burgeoning and relevant research field and map out future directions. The diverse selection of research oriented on new forms of employment across the World included in this volume provides readers with a variety of topics, disciplinary angles, critical approaches and practices, methods and interpretations, emphases and voices, which, when taken together, illustrate the diversity and complexity of this dynamic and stimulating field, as well as the hightened attention to labour and employment law issues and proliferation of labour and employment law-oriented scholars.


The Content
* Changing patterns of work: implications for employment relationship

* New forms of employment in a digital age

* The protection of workers in new forms of employment

* New forms of employment and challenges for the protection of collective labour rights of employees


The EditorsJerzy Wratny a full professor of labour law, associated with the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland.






Agata Ludera-Ruszel a Ph.D. in labour law, an assistant professor in Department of Labour Law and Social Policy at the Institute of Law of the University of Rzeszow, Poland.

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