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Il pensiero di Massimo D’Antona sul diritto al lavoro

WP C.S.D.L.E. “Massimo D’Antona”.IT – 216/2014

Lezione svolta all’Università Cattolica del Sacro (Milano, 24 marzo 2014) su invito di Mario Napoli.

The author reconstructs the in the Italian Constitution thought of Massimo D'Antona on the right to work both and in the EU legal order, starting with the report that he gave at the University of Naples Federico II, on 8 May 1999: the last of his life, since he was murdered by the Red Brigades twelve days later, on 20 May 1999. The right to work, in D’Antona’s opinion, is very marked by historicity: at the beginning it is not "taken seriously", much less in a Europe dominated by the prevalence of the market. Then some glimmer opens. The author - in stressing the differences between the time of the speech of D'Antona and the dramatic current period - points out that in Europe, as regards the effectiveness of the right to work, lights still prevail over the shadows.

author(s): Rusciano, Mario
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