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Le fonti (dopo il Jobs Act): autonomia ed eteronomia a confronto

WP C.S.D.L.E. “Massimo D’Antona”.IT – 284/2015

Il saggio riprende la relazione al convegno “Lavoro ed esigenze delle imprese: garanzie ed effettività fra diritto sostanziale e processo”, Università di Pisa, 3-4 dicembre 2015, i cui atti sono in corso di pubblicazione.

In Italy the relationship between Law and collective bargaining - always conditioned by the difficult link of the industrial relation system with the political system - is evolving with a progressive reduction of the difference between heteronomous and autonomous regulation. In the last five years three phenomena have had a lot of influence: a) the transfer of national sovereignty, in an informal rather than a formal way; b) the verticalisation directed to the simplification of interests to be regulated; c) the fragmentation of the places of autonomous regulation. Nevertheless, the situation is still on moving. The "Jobs Act" - Law 183/14 and the application decrees - have increased the present trends, by using very old relationship techniques - introduced in Italy twenty years ago - which expose the new legislation to firm opportunism’s choices and some evident constitutionality exceptions.

author(s): Zoppoli, Lorenzo
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