JILPT Comparative Labor Law Seminar 2004 (March 9–10)
The Mechanism for Establishing and Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment / The Scope of Labor Law and the Notion of Employees

JILPT holds a biennial Comparative Labor Law Seminar, with the aim of having cross-national discussion and comparative analyses on critical issues in the field of labor law, by inviting researchers from abroad. The 7th Seminar consisted of two themes, namely:
Part I "The Mechanism for Establishing and Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment"
Part II "The Scope of Labor Law and the Notion of Employees"
Following are the list of participants and the papers submitted for the seminar.

The papers presented in the seminar will be compiled as JILPT Report No.1. (PDF:1.0MB)

Coordinators

  • Takashi Araki / Professor, Dr., The University of Tokyo, Japan, Senior Research Fellow, JILPT (Japan)
  • Shinya Ouchi / Professor, Dr., Kobe University, Japan Senior Research Fellow, JILPT (Japan)

Discussants

  • Catherine Barnard / Senior Lecturer, Dr., Trinity College, Cambridge (U.K.)
  • Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt / Professor, Dr., School of Law, Indiana University (U.S.A.)
  • Del Conte, Maurizio / Professor, Dr., Universitá Bocconi (Italy)
  • Pascal Lokiec / Maître de Conférences, University Paris X-Nanterre (France)
  • Mia Rönnmar / LL.M., doctoral candidate in Labour Law, Lund University (Sweden)
  • Joo-Cheong Tham / Associate Lecturer, School of Law and Legal Studies, La Trobe University (Australia)
  • Rolf Wank / Professor, Dr., Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)

Part I. The Mechanism for Establishing and Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment (March 9)

Country Reports

Part II. The Scope of Labor Law and the Notion of Employees (March 10)

Country Reports

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