Dr. Tania Bazzani
Researcher at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin – Marie Curie Fellowship (seit Juli 2017 nicht am Lehrstuhl)
Currently Dr. Bazzani is carrying out the EU Project, Horizon 2020: »The implementation of the EU employment policies in Germany, Italy and Denmark«.
Supervisor of the Project: Prof. Reinhard Singer.
The research project aims to analyse the legal implementation/adaptation (i./a.) of the flexicurity strategy - with regard to active and passive LMPs - in three Member States: Germany, Italy and Denmark. These Member States are representative of three different kinds of social security systems in EU, (Continental, Mediterranean and Nordic systems), and for this reason the research outcomes will be relevant for the member states, which belong to these systems, and for the EU as a whole, as a comparative research project.
The legal i./a. will be analysed throughout an innovative inter/multidisciplinary approach focused on widening the labour law perspective throughout an applicative analysis (labour economics) and an analysis of the constitutional rights involved (constitutional law and political philosophy).By highlighting different processes of legal i./a. of the active and passive LMPs in the considered member states, the research will contribute to increase the effectiveness of the EU employment policies in order to achieve adequate level of social security protection and activation possibilities for the EU citizens. Thus, the project aims to formulate Employment Policy Suggestions, which can be deduced from the empirical analysis outcomes, considering also other potential approaches to integrate the /flexicurity/ strategy.
Conference European Employment Policies: current challenges - Active and Passive labour market policies in EU
at the 23th September 2016. Click here
10659 European Labour Law (englisch)
Vorlesung, Donnerstag, 14 - 16 Uhr, Raum E 42 (BE 2)
What does the “social dimension” of the European Union mean, especially in times of crisis like today? What is “European Labour Law” and what is its goal? This course aims to teach legal concepts that will help students to develop a deeper understanding of the current European legal framework and its influence on domestic systems. We will analyse the historical development of EU Labour Law in order to develop an informed perspective about labour law issues at both the European and domestic level.
The course will focus on key concepts, such as the difference between soft and hard law, the European Employment Strategy, the European Social Model, and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. The course will also introduce national cases. These cases will highlight some particularly meaningful recent reforms in labour law: dismissal, unfixed contract, unemployment benefits, atypical contracts, and activation policies. The cases will also allow us to analyse the interaction between national labour law and EU legal strategies.
Beginn der VL: 3.5.2018 / Vorbesprechung am 27.3.2018 (16 - 18 Uhr), Raum E 42 (BE 2)
Prüfung: anschließende Studienarbeit