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ReMarkLab Final Conference:
New Foundations of Labour Law
in the Globalised Market Economy?
Stockholm, Thursday 19 May – Friday 20 May 2016


After six years, the research program Regulating Markets and Labour – Nordic, European and Global Perspectives (ReMarkLab), funded by the Swedish Research Council for Health, Work Life and Welfare, will conclude its work with a high level international conference in Stockholm, Sweden.

ReMarkLab and the Institute for Social Private Law, Stockholm University, have the great pleasure of inviting you to this conference: ‘New Foundations of Labour Law in the Globalised Market Economy?’

Several eminent international scholars will appear as key-note speakers (visit to see the preliminary programme with confirmed speakers). In addition, the conference will include parallel workshops on three of the conference themes:
· Precarious Work – the New Normative Model for Labour Law?
· Labour Law and New Forms of Labour Mobility
· Human Rights and International Labour Standards

Scholars who are interested in presenting papers on topics related to these themes are invited to submit an abstract of up to 500 words. Please include a title and indicate under what workshop theme you want to present. Abstracts should be submitted to by 1 February 2016 at the latest. Decisions on acceptance of papers will be taken by a scientific committee chaired by professor Niklas Bruun, and communicated by 4 March 2016. Deadline for submission of full papers will be 4 May 2016.

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

Please register at Deadline for registration is 30 April 2016.

A workshop for doctoral students will be held in the afternoon the day before the opening of the conference.

Niklas Bruun Kerstin Ahlberg
Kerstin Ahlberg
L.L.D. h.c., Director
Member of Regulating Markets and Labour Research Program (ReMarkLab)

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