34 Comp. Lab. L. & Pol'y J. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/cllpj34 and id is 1 raw text is: ´╗┐COMPARATIVE LABOR LAW & POLICY JOURNAL
Volume 34, Number 1    Fall 2012
Introduction: Precarious Work and Human Rights
Einat Albin  ...........................  1
The Legal Determinants of Precariousness in Personal
Work Relations: A European Perspective
Nicola Kountouris ..................... 21
A Quid Pro Quo in Temporary Agency Work:
Abolishing Restrictions and Establishing Equal
Treatment-Lessons to Be Learned from European
and German Labor Law?
Bernd Waas     .......................... 47
The Principle of Proportionality in Labor Law and Its
Impact on Precarious Workers
Guy Davidov......................... 63
The Human Right to Livelihood: Recognizing the Right
to Be Human
Kamala Sankaran ..................... 81
Precarious Migrant Status and Precarious Employment:
The Paradox of International Rights for Migrant
Workers
Judy Fudge........................... 95
Human Rights for Precarious Workers: The Legislative
Precariousness of Domestic Labor
Virginia Mantouvalou .................. 133
New Frontiers of Regulation: Domestic Work, Working
Conditions, and the Holistic Assessment of
Nonstandard Work Norms
Deirdre McCann ..............  ....... 167
Human Rights and the Multiple Dimensions of
Precarious Work
Einat Albin  ......................... 193

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