Comparative Labor and Employment Law & Policy

Twenty-first century enterprise is generating ever-changing methods of producing goods and services and is deploying them throughout the developed and developing world. These internationally portable systems can create social and economic problems, just as the innovative factory system did in the 19th century. The Program in Comparative Labor and Employment Law & Policy has four basic components: instruction; research; the stimulation and sharing of thought; and the dissemination of the fruits of outstanding scholarship.


Matthew Finkin – Maybelle Swanlund Endowed Chair


Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal