The Comparative Labor Law Dossier (CLLD) in this issue 3/2016 of IUSLabor is dedicated to outsourcing and supply chains. We have had the collaboration of internationally renowned academics and professionals from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Canada. Without detriment to recommend our readers to read the complete articles of the comparative dossier, we have drawn the top 10 conclusions and elaborated a summary table with the most relevant issues regarding outsourcing and supply chains in the different legal systems analyzed in this issue of IUSLabor.

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Gins Fabrellas, Anna; Luque Parra, Manuel; Camargo Rodrguez, Andrs

Outsourcing and supply chains. Conclusions

12/2016
The Comparative Labor Law Dossier (CLLD) in this issue 3/2016 of IUSLabor is dedicated to outsourcing and supply chains. We have had the collaboration of internationally renowned academics and professionals from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Canada. Without detriment to recommend our readers to read the complete articles of the comparative dossier, we have drawn the top 10 conclusions and elaborated a summary table with the most relevant issues regarding outsourcing and supply chains in the different legal systems analyzed in this issue of IUSLabor.
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Outsourcing and supply chains. Conclusions
Gins Fabrellas, Anna; Luque Parra, Manuel; Camargo Rodrguez, Andrs
IUSLabor
N 3/2016, 12/2016, p. 1 - 35

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