How COVID is changing labor law

While most of the public debate focuses on the effects on the real economy of closing and reopening businesses, the impact of these measures on the labor market gets less attention. However, in late 2020, the European Labour Law Journal decided to dedicate a special issue to the comparison between the situation in various European countries. Elena Gramano, Professor at the Department of Legal Studies, was one of the issue’s editors, as well as author of the essay, “An Unprecedented Social Solidarity Stress Test,” along with colleagues Miriam Kullmann and David Mangan.

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