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The Right To Unionize In The United States, Canada, And Mexico: A Comparative Assessment, David L. Gregory Jan 1993

The Right To Unionize In The United States, Canada, And Mexico: A Comparative Assessment, David L. Gregory

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


North American Free Trade And Labor Issues: Accomplishments And Challenges, Shellyn G. Mccaffrey Jan 1993

North American Free Trade And Labor Issues: Accomplishments And Challenges, Shellyn G. Mccaffrey

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Economists' Assessments Of The Likely Employment And Wage Effects Of The North American Free Trade Agreement, William E. Spriggs, James Stanford Jan 1993

Economists' Assessments Of The Likely Employment And Wage Effects Of The North American Free Trade Agreement, William E. Spriggs, James Stanford

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Labor Force Recomposition And Industrial Restructuring In Electronics: Implications For Free Trade, M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly Jan 1993

Labor Force Recomposition And Industrial Restructuring In Electronics: Implications For Free Trade, M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Cost Of Retaining Vs. The Cost Of Retraining: An Analysis Of The Family And Medical Leave Act, Elissa Hope Gainsburg Jan 1993

The Cost Of Retaining Vs. The Cost Of Retraining: An Analysis Of The Family And Medical Leave Act, Elissa Hope Gainsburg

Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Organic Goods: Legal Understandings Of Work, Parenthood, And Gender Equality In Comparative Perspective, Paolo G. Carozza Jan 1993

Organic Goods: Legal Understandings Of Work, Parenthood, And Gender Equality In Comparative Perspective, Paolo G. Carozza

Journal Articles

The United States and Italy have taken quite different approaches toward providing legal protections for working parents. This Article uses a comparative perspective to highlight crucial aspects of the American legal and cultural attitudes towards parental leave. The author demonstrates how deeply rooted beliefs about equality, work, and family life have influenced the development of parental leave law. In particular, the Article describes how Italian law rests on notions of fundamental social equality, as well as on views concerning the importance of the interests of children and the family. As a result of this broad conception of the interests involved ...