|5 pm - 6.30 pm
Irene Dingeldey, Institute of Labour and Economics, University of Bremen
This roundtable is based on a special issue forthcoming in the International Labour Review. Applying a global perspective, the special issue focuses on law-induced inequalities in labour markets. It asks: Which forms of legal segmentation can be found? And how do they infuence labour market segmentation and informal work in different regions of the world? How can they be remedied?
Ulrich Mückenberger, University of Bremen and Heiner Fechner, University of Bremen;
Judy Fudge, McMaster University and Guy Mundlak, Tel-Aviv University;
Graciela Bensusan, Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM)
Tzehainesh Teklè, ILO, Managing Editor of the International Labour Review