Can stronger anchoring of European labour law and social security law to community law guarantee a sustainable European social model. University of Antwerp
Disability and reintegration in work: interplay between EU non-discrimination law and labour law KU Leuven
Labour law or social competition law University of Antwerp
How Can Labour Law Contribute to Work-Life Balance? Recommendations for a Modern Working Time Law KU Leuven
From labour law to social competition law? University of Antwerp
And what about the gig worker? Transport law as a lifeline to gig workers falling outside labour law protection University of Antwerp
Completing economic and social integration: towards labour law for the United States of Europe KU Leuven
© Cambridge University Press 2013. The European labour law debate – and the broader issue of ‘resocialising Europe’ – is concerned with the social dimension of European integration. This is not a neutral terrain. Labour law scholarship has been struggling for a long time with the notion of the ‘European Social Model’ and the role and position of labour law in the European Union context. In the present times characterised by globalisation, ...
The "Right" way to go in international labour law - and beyond University of Antwerp
The path to follow in (cases of) International Labour Law should be trodden with caution. In this paper, the author highlights several points of attention and issues in the current debate of international labour law. The author also positions some of the issues that are currently being raised in international labour law in similar and broader debates about future developments in Private International Law.
Individual labour law reforms in Belgium and the role of certain socio-economic factors Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The economic problems in Belgium, as analysed by the Belgian and European authorities, caused a number of measures, especially around the reducing of labour costs and controlled flexibility of work. Social policy in Belgium also aims at further improving transitions in the labour market. Moreover, Belgium intensified the policy against bogus self-employed workers.