The chapter is tasked with examining the Italian legal framework regulating the collective rights of self-employed workers. More specifically, it seeks to investigate potential conflicts (if any) arising between collective labour rights and the application of competition law and free-market policies to self-employed workers and the fragmented constellation of differentiated personal labour relations that escape binary taxonomies.1 The chapter’s overarching goal is to understand whether and to what extent concerted wage-fixing practices are granted a special (express or implied) immunity at the domestic level.

A solution in search of a problem? Collective rights and the antitrust labour exemption in Italy

Aloisi, Antonio;Gramano, Elena
2022-01-01

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The chapter is tasked with examining the Italian legal framework regulating the collective rights of self-employed workers. More specifically, it seeks to investigate potential conflicts (if any) arising between collective labour rights and the application of competition law and free-market policies to self-employed workers and the fragmented constellation of differentiated personal labour relations that escape binary taxonomies.1 The chapter’s overarching goal is to understand whether and to what extent concerted wage-fixing practices are granted a special (express or implied) immunity at the domestic level.
9781108909570
Paul, Sanjukta; McCrystal, Shae; McGaughey, Ewan
The Cambridge handbook of labor in competition law
Aloisi, Antonio; Gramano, Elena
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