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norms, as a way of gaining a competitive edge. Posting is not so much a discrete form of employment as it is one of several parallel recruitment modalities used to establish a flexible European labour market governed by neither host nor sending country. This contrasts with the underlying assumptions behind the European legislation and CJEU case law, which insist that posted workers are embedded in their home country labour markets and never enter into the host country labour market. The chapter offers up hope in the form of regulatory initiatives being undertaken at the EU level, based on the now increasingly influential ‘broad’ notion of posting: these initiatives, however, remain politically controversial.
|Title of host publication||Posted work in the European Union, the political economy of free movement|
|Editors||Jens Arnholtz, Nathan Lillie|
|Pages||147 - 166|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2020|
|Name||Routledge Research in Employment Relations|
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Bekker, S., Borghouts, I., Bosma, A., Braakman, M. H., Groenhuijsen, M., Groenleer, M., Houwerzijl, M., Karsten, N., Kooijmans, T., Nelemans, M., Oosterom-Staples, H., Rijken, C., Spapens, A., Wilthagen, T., Zouridis, S., van Hout, D., van Noorloos, M., van Ostaaijen, J. & van Waas, L.
1/01/19 → 31/12/24
Project: Research project