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The role of private international law in transnational labour mobility
Author/s: Alberto Mattei 
Year:  2011 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  5 Pg. 100-104 FullText PDF:  60 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SD2011-003008
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In the transnational labour market, which includes labour secondment as per European Directive N° 96/71/EC, the Rome Convention (since transposed into the Rome I Regulation) has given private international law the chance to play an incisive role in regulating labour relations that feature elements of transnationality. The author focuses on how the instruments of private international law can be of use in tackling conflicts between legal systems for guaranteeing seconded workers’ social rights. This, he argues, would help grant more uniformity in regulating labour relations within cross-border enterprises, whose very nature escapes a single legal order, and to accord priority to the principle of concrete effectiveness for transnational labour.
Keywords: Transnational labour market - Social rights - Private international law - Conflict between legal systems

Alberto Mattei, The role of private international law in transnational labour mobility in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL DIRITTO " 3/2011, pp. 100-104, DOI:10.3280/SD2011-003008


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