Edited by Gregor Gall
Chapter 9: Juridification in industrial relations
This chapter evaluates the juridification thesis against the historical development of British labour law. The chapter concludes that the juridification thesis struggles to explain the pattern of British labour law. On the contrary, juridification and the activist welfare state have been reversed by political decision in the neo-liberal era.
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