Evolutions du droit du travail, flexibilités et cohésion sociale : vers la recherche de nouvelles voies pour soutenir les restructurations et les transitions?
The research of flexibility in Labour Law by the use of fuzzy and imprecise concepts leads to extremely different and paradoxes evolutions. An analysis of the flexibility and flexicurity mechanisms shows the need of a language of rights. The research of new avenues for the European social cohesion imposes to have in mind the transnational transformations of the labour relations and to build new mechanisms founded on transnational answers.
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