Over the last two decades there has been much debate and discussion among labour law scholars about fundamental questions such as the idea, purpose and boundaries of the field — both as a field of law and as a defined topic of research and teaching. A major part of these global academic discussions came from Australia, and particularly the work conducted under the auspices of the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law (CELRL) at the University of Melbourne. It is now almost a tradition that approximately once a decade we are blessed with a new edited volume from CELRL reflecting on these fundamental questions. Following Redefining Labour Law: New Perspectives on the Future of Teaching and Research, and Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation: Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets, the current book is another instalment.
|Journal||Australian Journal of Labour Law|
|State||Published - 2019|