El Estatuto de los Trabajadores Autónomos: cuadro comparativo entre las diversas propuestas articuladas en España
This article draws comparisons between the various different proposals put forward for the creation of a self-employment law in Spain. The first of these proposals has been drawn up by an Expert Committee appointed by the Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs and the other three, by organizations representing self-employed workers in Spain: the Professional Union of Self-employed Workers (Unión Profesional de Trabajadores Autónomos - UPTA), the Professional Association of Self-employed Workers and Businesspeople (Asociación Profesional de Empresarios y Trabajadores Autónomos - ASNEPA) and the National Federation of the Association of Self-employed Workers (Federación Nacional de la Asociación de Trabajadores Autónomos - ATA). The last section of the article draws a number of conclusions and presents critical assessments of the aforementioned proposals and several important aspects of the problems inherent in self-employment.
Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): 52 (August)
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