The major transformations which have occurred in labour relations in recent decades, clearly shaped by phenomena such as company delocalisation, the globalisation of the economy, the mass incorporation of women into the labour market, and immigration, have led to a new socioeconomic situation which labour law must respond to.
In this context, the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid research group on "Labour Law, Economic Changes and New Society", composed of recognised researchers and specialists, dedicates its research efforts to seeking practical solutions to the problems in the labour market, by producing various materials, studies, and works which can be of use to companies, negotiators, and public administrations, and as a result to society as a whole. In addition to this, we implement many informative and educational actions with the aim of ensuring that the results of our studies reach key players in the labour market. For this, we consider it essential to interact with professionals and researchers from other disciplines (economy, sociology, political science) and from other national and international research centres.
With the creation of this web page we want to make our work known and establish communication channels both with the scientific community and social agents, especially in the business environment.
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