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Announcement: Marco Biagi Award 2017 Winner

Marco Biagi Award 2017: Winner is Dr. Nicolas Bueno, Visiting Fellow from the London School of Economics

The IALLJ is honoured to announce Dr. Nicolas Bueno (Visiting Fellow, London School of Economics) as winner of the 2017 Marco Biagi Award with his paper “From the right to work to the freedom from work”.

The IALLJ assessment committee of the 2017 Marco Biagi Award was composed of the following professors: Alan Neal (University of Warwick), Frank Hendrickx (University of Leuven), Joaquin Aparicio (University of Castilla-La Mancha), György Kiss (University of Pécs).

Call for Papers for the 2018 Marco Biagi Award

COMPARATIVE AND/OR INTERNATIONAL
LABOUR OR EMPLOYMENT LAW AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

Call for Papers for the 2018 Award in Commemoration of Professor Marco Biagi

Marco Biagi Foundation

MARCO BIAGI CALL FOR PAPERS 2018
(SEE ATTACHMENT MARCO BIAGI AWARD CALL 2018 – This text includes all the necessary updates)

To stimulate scholarly activity and broaden academic interest in comparative labour and employment law, the International Association of Labour Law Journals announces a Call for Papers for the 2018 Marco Biagi Award. The award is named in honor of the late Marco Biagi, a distinguished labour lawyer, victim of terrorism because of his commitment to civil rights, and one of the founders of the Association. The Call is addressed to doctoral students, advanced professional students, and academic researchers in the early stage of their careers (that is, with no more than three years of post-doctoral or teaching experience).

 

  1. The Call requests papers concerning comparative and/or international labour or employment law and employment relations, broadly conceived. Research of an empirical nature within the Call’s purview is most welcome.
  2. Submissions will be evaluated by an academic jury to be appointed by the Association. Submitted papers should include an abstract.
  3. The paper chosen as the winner of the award will be assured publication in a member journal, subject to any revisions requested by that journal.
  4. Papers may be submitted preferably in English, but papers in French or Spanish will also be accepted. The maximum length is in the range of 12,500 words, including footnotes and appendices. Substantially longer papers will not be considered.
  5. The author or authors of the paper chosen as the winner of the award will be invited to present the work at the Association’s 2018 meeting which is to be announced soon on the website of the Association. Efforts are being undertaken to provide an honarium and travel expenses for the presentation of the paper. Until that effort bears fruit, however, the Association hopes that home institutional funds would be available to support the researcher’s presentation.
  6. The deadline for submission is March 31, 2018. Submissions should be sent electronically in Microsoft Word both to: Lavoro e diritto at lavoroediritto@unife.itFrank Hendrickx, the President of the Association, at hendrickx@kuleuven.be and, Frank Hendrickx’s secretariat, at  josephine.vanrijmenant@law.kuleuven.be

The International Association of Labor Law Journals

  • Análisis LaboralPeru
  • Arbeit und RechtGermany
  • Australian Journal of Labor LawAustralia
  • Bulletin on Comparative Labour RelationsBelgium
  • Canadian Labour and Employment Law JournalCanada
  • Comparative Labor Law & Policy JournalUSA
  • Derecho de las Relaciones LaboralesSpain
  • Diritti lavori mercatiItaly
  • Diritto delle Relazioni IndustrialiItaly
  • Employees & EmployersSlovenia
  • Europäische Zeitschrift für Arbeitsrecht (EuZA)Germany
  • European Labour Law JournalBelgium
  • Giornale di Diritto del lavoro e relazioni industrialiItaly
  • Industrial Law JournalUnited Kingdom
  • Industrial Law JournalSouth Africa
  • International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial RelationsThe Netherlands
  • International Labour ReviewILO
  • Japan Labor ReviewJapan
  • Labour and Social LawBelarus
  • Labour Society and LawIsrael
  • La Rivista Giuridica del Lavoro e della Previdenza Sociale – RGLItaly
  • Lavoro e DirittoItaly
  • Pécs Labor Law ReviewHungary
  • Revista de Derecho SocialSpain
  • Revue de Droit Comparé du Travail et de la Securité SocialeFrance
  • Revue de Droit du TravailFrance
  • Rivista giuridica del lavoro e della sicurezza socialeItaly
  • Russian Yearbook of Labour LawRussia
  • Temas LaboralesSpain
  • Zeitschrift für ausländisches und internationales Arbeits- und SozialrechtGermany

Prior Recipients of the Marco Biagi Award

2016 Mimi Zou, Towards Exit and Voice: Redesiging Temporary Migrant Workers’s  Programmes
2015 Uladzislau Belavusau (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands), A Penalty Card for Homophobia from EU Labor Law: Comment on Asociaţia ACCEPT (C-81/12).
2014 Lilach Lurie (Bar-Ilan University, Israel), Do Unions Promote Gender Equality?Special Commendation: Isabelle Martin (University of Montreal, Canada), Corporate Social Responsibility as Work Law? A Critical Assessment in the Light of the Principle of Human Dignity
2013 Aline Van Bever (University of Leuven, Belgium), The Fiduciary Nature of the Employment Relationship
2012 Diego Marcelo Ledesma Iturbide (Buenos Aires University, Argentina), Una propuesta para la reformulación de la conceptualización tradicional de la relación de trabajo a partir del relevamiento de su especificidad jurídicaSpecial Commendation: Apoorva Sharma (National Law University, Delhi, India), Towards an Effective Definition of Forced Labor
2011 Beryl Ter Haar (Universiteit Leiden, the Netherlands), Attila Kun (Károli Gáspár University, Hungary) & Manuel Antonio Garcia-Muñoz Alhambra (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain), Soft On The Inside; Hard For the Outside. An Analysis of the Legal Nature of New Forms of International Labour LawSpecial Commendation: Mimi Zou (Oxford University, Great Britain), Labour Relations With “Chinese Characteristics”? Chinese Labour Law at an Historic Crossroad
2010 Virginie Yanpelda, (Université de Douala, Cameroun), Travail décent et diversité des rapports de travailSpecial Commendation: Marco Peruzzi (University of Verona, Italy), Autonomy in the European social dialogue

Association’s Award Prior to Naming as Marco Biagi Award

2009 Orsola Razzolini (Bocconi University, Italy), The Need to Go Beyond the Contract: “Economic” and “Bureaucratic” Dependence in Personal Work Relations

Further information will be posted on the Marco Biagi Foundation’s web site www.fmb.unimore.it

Call for Papers for the 2015 Marco Biagi Award

To stimulate scholarly activity and broaden academic interest in comparative labour and employment law, the International Association of Labour Law Journals announces a Call for Papers for the 2015 Marco Biagi Award. The award is named in honor of the late Marco Biagi, a distinguished labour lawyer, victim of terrorism because of his commitment to civil rights, and one of the founders of the Association. The Call is addressed to doctoral students, advanced professional students, and academic researchers in the early stage of their careers (that is, with no more than three years of post-doctoral or teaching experience).

  1. The Call requests papers concerning comparative and/or international labour or employment law and employment relations, broadly conceived. Research of an empirical nature within the Call’s purview is most welcome.
  2. Submissions will be evaluated by an academic jury to be appointed by the Association.
  3. The paper chosen as the winner of the award will be assured publication in a member journal, subject to any revisions requested by that journal.
  4. Papers may be submitted preferably in English, but papers in French or Spanish will also be accepted. The maximum length is 12,500 words, including footnotes and appendices. Longer papers will not be considered.
  5. The author or authors of the paper chosen as the winner of the award will be invited to present the work at the Association’s 2015 meeting in Leuven, Belgium, on June 24, 2015. Efforts are being undertaken to provide an honarium and travel expenses for the presentation of the paper. Until that effort bears fruit, however, the Association hopes that home institutional funds would be available to support the researcher’s presentation.
  6. The deadline for submission is March 31, 2015. Submissions should be sent electronically in Microsoft Word to both Lavoro e diritto at lavoroediritto@unife.it and the Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal at willborn@unl.edu.

Call for Papers for the 2014 Marco Biagi Award

To stimulate scholarly activity and broaden academic interest in comparative labour and employment law, the International Association of Labour Law Journals announces a Call for Papers for the 2014 Marco Biagi Award. The award is named in honor of the late Marco Biagi, a distinguished labour lawyer, victim of terrorism because of his commitment to civil rights, and one of the founders of the Association. The Call is addressed to doctoral students, advanced professional students, and academic researchers in the early stage of their careers.

  1. The Call requests papers concerning comparative and/or international labour or employment law and employment relations, broadly conceived. Research of an empirical nature within the Call’s purview is most welcome.
  2. Submissions will be evaluated by an academic jury to be appointed by the Association.
  3. Papers accepted by the jury will be assured publication in a member journal.
  4. Papers may be submitted preferably in English, but papers in French, or Spanish will also be accepted. The final version should not significantly exceed 50,000 characters which is about twenty printed pages.
  5. The author or authors of the papers selected by the jury will be invited to present the work at the Association’s 2014 meeting in Dublin. Efforts are being undertaken to attach an honorarium and travel expenses for the presentation of the paper. Until that effort bears fruit, however, the Association hopes that home institutional funds would be available to support the researcher’s presentation.
  6. The deadline for submission is April 30, 2014. Submissions should be transmitted
    electronically to both Lavoro e diritto at lavoroediritto@unife.it and the Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal at willborn@unl.edu.

Announcement: Marco Biagi Award 2013 Winner

The winner of the 2013 Marco Biagi Award is Aline Van Bever (University of Leuven) for a paper entitled, The Fiduciary Nature of the Employment Relationship. This paper explores the circumstances under which an employment relationship may entail fiduciary duties. Recognizing that the employment relationship is both relational and embedded within a complex framework of explicit and implicit norms, the paper explores English, American, Canadian, and Australian law to determine when employees owe specific duties of loyalty to their employer.

Click here to read the full announcement.

Announcement of the 2012 Marco Biagi Award Winner

The winner of the 2012 Marco Biagi Award is Diego Marcelo Ledesma Iturbide (Buenos Aires University) for his paper, Una propuesta para la reformulación de la conceptualización tradicional de la relación de trabajo a partir del relevamiento de su especificidad jurídica. This paper is a sophisticated and insightful discussion of legal conceptions of the employment relationship. It explores emerging problems with current conceptions as employment relationships become more complex in the global environment and suggests a new approach to the issue. Click here to read the full announcement.

About the Marco Biagi Award

This is an annual award for the best paper on comparative or international labor law by a young scholar.  The award is sponsored by the International Association of Labour Law Journals (IALLJ), a consortium of 21 of the leading labour law journals from around the world. The award is named for Marco Biagi, a founder of the IALLJ and one of the world’s most prominent labour law scholars, when he was assassinated in 2002 by the Red Brigade for his prominent role in labour law reform in Italy.

Prior Recipients of the Award

2011 – By the deadline of March 30, 2011, six papers had been submitted, from the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Turkey, The Netherlands, and Hungary, studying and comparing labour and social law in international dimension, in China, Nigeria and Togo. An academic jury composed of Professors Manfred Weiss, Matthew Finkin and Gian Guido Balandi evaluated the papers and decided as follows:

The winners of the Marco Biagi Award for 2011 are: Beryl Ter Haar, Attila Kun, and Manuel Antonio Garcia-Muñoz Alhambra, for their paper Soft On The Inside; Hard For The Outside. An Analysis Of The Legal Nature Of New Forms Of International Labour Law. To read the full 2011 Marco Biagi Award announcement, please click here.

2010 – Virginie Yanpelda, (Université de Douala, Cameroun) for Travail décent et diversité des rapports de travail.

Especially signalled  – Marco Peruzzi (University of Verona, Italy), for Autonomy in the european social dialogue.

2009 – Orsola Razzolini (Bocconi University, Italy), for The Need to Go Beyond the Contract: “Economic” and “Bureaucratic” Dependence in Personal Work Relations, accepted for the Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal.