Let’s Deconstruct the Meaning of “Dependent Work” to Enlarge the Scope of Labor Law

Barbara Grandi

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The article proposes to deconstruct the essence of the “dependent work” phenomenon into its three dimensions (facts, definitional legal category, normative effects) in order to explore a common ground of concepts and possible definitional categories  that consider the topic from a trans-national perspective. The study is mainly based upon an English-Italian comparison; by means of a “de-constructive theoretical framework”, it argues that some benefits would possibly derive from defining a worker’s dependency just as a measurable fact related to the income as gained by the worker from a unique employer.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v4i4.462

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