The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Law provides a wide-ranging authoritative account and critical assessment of comparative law at the beginning of the twenty-first century, a key discipline for the development of law worldwide. The Handbook contains forty-eight chapters written by experts from around the world. The aim of each chapter is to provide an accessible, original, and critical account of the current state of comparative law in its respective area which will help to shape the agenda in the years to come. Each chapter also includes a short bibliography referencing the definitive works in the field.
The International Encyclopaedia for Labour Law and Industrial Relations is designed to provide information to the international business and labour relations communities; to facilitate comparative research in the field; and to contribute to the growing harmonization of labour law and standards worldwide. With 59 detailed country-by-country monographs and eight in-depth international monographs - and with more in preparation - as well as five volumes of case law and five volumes of reprinted legislation, it is by far the most comprehensive work of its kind in existence.
Fully revised online encyclopedia is written by over 650 scholars and practitioners from around the world, which includes more than 700 new topics central to international law that are not covered in the previous print edition.