Pending problems and promising practices: The application of Directive 96/71/EG

Jan Cremers, Theodorus Sakellaropoulos (Editor)

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Abstract

This Volume, the proceedings of an International Conference, aims at contributing to the debate concerning posted workers in the EU and the elaboration of relevant strategies. One presentation comes from Jan Cremers (TLS), another from Isabella Biletta (Eurofound). Cremers focuses in his chapter on the different types of posting that exist and the different instruments that need to be developed in each case for tackling the abuses. Other sections deal with decisions by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and their implications for the future of European social policy. The Volume highlights cases of Greece and Bulgaria through the presentation of two case-studies carried out by the researchers of the Scientific Society for Social Cohesion and Development (EPEKSA).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPosted workers in Europe
Subtitle of host publicationThe cases of Greece and Bulgaria
Place of PublicationAthens
PublisherScientific Society for Social Cohesion and Development
ChapterPart One
Pages39-46
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)978-960-9629-00-3
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2011

Keywords

  • LABOUR MOBILITY
  • posting of workers
  • Regulation
  • Social Policy
  • Wages
  • working conditions
  • artificial arrangements

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    Cremers, J., & Sakellaropoulos, T. (Ed.) (2011). Pending problems and promising practices: The application of Directive 96/71/EG. In Posted workers in Europe: The cases of Greece and Bulgaria (pp. 39-46). Scientific Society for Social Cohesion and Development.