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Los Derechos Comunes Del Deportista Profesional

Author : Fulgencio Pagán Matín-Portugués
ISBN : 9788429019063
Genre : Law
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Esta obra, que trae origen de la tesis doctoral de su autor, defendida en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, aborda el estudio de los derechos laborales del deportista profesional desde el vacío normativo que deja su regulación específica, esto es, el Real Decreto 1006/1985, lo que obliga a acudir al Estatuto de los Trabajadores y legislación laboral complementaria. La obra se inicia aludiendo a las cuestiones metodológicas y a los antecedentes de la laboralidad en la relación laboral especial, para seguidamente abordar la configuración y las modalidades del deporte profesional con especial análisis de las complejas cuestiones derivadas de la propia denominación del contrato y su contenido real. A lo largo de la obra se hace especial referencia a los convenios colectivos existentes en las distintas modalidades deportivas poniéndolos en confrontación con las normas estatales y el parecer de la doctrina científica y judicial. Además, aunque el trabajo se centra en los derechos de los trabajadores, el autor aborda otras cuestiones como las modalidades del contrato, los deberes a los que las partes se someten, la suspensión y la extinción de la relación laboral, sus aspectos colectivos o, en otro orden, los derechos de imagen, a los que se presta especial atención. Y todos estos temas se estudian con detenido análisis de los planteamientos doctrinales y un tratamiento minucioso de la jurisprudencia, con referencia expresa a los casos de mayor relieve judicial y relevancia mediática. El autor, abogado laboralista y experto en Seguridad Social por su condición de Graduado Social, profesión que ejerce desde hace más de veinticinco años, además de Máster en Derecho deportivo, logra un trabajo de acertada sistemática, cómoda lectura y fácil comprensión, que resultará de indiscutible utilidad a cuantos necesiten conocer, tanto en su planteamiento teórico como en su vertiente práctica, el régimen jurídico laboral del deportista en el Derecho español.

Sociology Capitalism Critique

Author : Hartmut Rosa
ISBN : 9781781689332
Genre : Philosophy
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Three radical perspectives on the critique of capitalism For years, the critique of capitalism was lost from public discourse; the very word “capitalism” sounded like a throwback to another era. Nothing could be further from the truth today. In this new intellectual atmosphere, Sociology, Capitalism, Critique is a contribution to the renewal of critical sociology, founded on an empirically grounded diagnosis of society’s ills. The authors, Germany’s leading critical sociologists—Klaus Dörre, Stephan Lessenich, and Hartmut Rosa—share a conviction that ours is a pivotal period of renewal, in which the collective endeavour of academics can amount to an act of intellectual resistance, working to prevent any regressive development that might return us to neoliberal domination. The authors discuss key issues, such as questions of accumulation and expropriation; discipline and freedom; and the powerful new concepts of activation and acceleration. Their politically committed sociology, which takes the side of the losers in the current crisis, places society’s future well-being at the centre of their research. Their collective approach to this project is a conscious effort to avoid co-optation in the institutional practices of the academy. These three differing but complementary perspectives serve as an insightful introduction to the contemporary themes of radical sociology in capitalism’s post-crisis phase. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Industry And Work In Contemporary Capitalism

Author : Victoria Goddard
ISBN : 9781317745211
Genre : Social Science
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Throughout history and in every geographical location, the rise and fall of industry, which impact the fate of large populations, are tied to the development and cultural entanglement of particular models that are articulated with political power. Models are understood as knowledge devices – expert, theoretical, practical and commonsense – that are embedded in cultural and social environments and designed through struggles at various scales. This book results from the collaboration of an interdisciplinary team bringing together specialists in anthropology, geography, sociology, economics, political science, mathematics and engineering around the theme of ‘Models and their Effects on Development Paths’. Based on empirical research conducted on the heavy industries, Industry and Work in Contemporary Capitalism addresses how models that inform the organization of work and production and are created by powerful actors may diverge from, overlap with, or contradict the models articulated by less powerful actors on the ground, and how they are connected across material and cultural spaces. Careful observation of industrial work and production as they unfold in and across specific localities and affects people’s livelihoods is complemented by analysis of how models circulate, through which channels of power, which institutional entities, which political connections. This volume explores an extensive theoretical terrain and a number of empirical cases that show, from different perspectives, how ideas about the economy, about work and industry, materialize in specific practices and interventions that affect people’s livelihoods.

Workers In A Lean World

Author : Kim Moody
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022781913
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers a comprehensive study of labor movements worldwide, looking at both sides of the picket lines, and assesses corporate strategies of downsizing and compelling workers to do more work for less pay

Principles Of Corporate Finance 11e

Author : Richard Brealey
ISBN : 9789339205027
Genre : Corporations
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Distinctive Features: • Detailed coverage of ever-evolving topics such as Efficient Markets, Behavioral Finance, and Managing International Risks • Ready Reckoner for the fundamentals of Corporate Finance – Dedicated Chapter on What We Do Know and What We Do Not Know about Finance • Strong Pedagogy: which includes but not limited to close to 850 Questions and exercises, 350 plus Illustrations/Boxed-items/Figures/Tables, 32 chapter-opening vignettes, and 5 Appendixes along with a strong Excel treatment

Re Forming Capitalism

Author : Wolfgang Streeck
ISBN : 9780191614453
Genre : Business & Economics
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Wolfgang Streeck has written extensively on comparative political economy and institutional theory. In this book he addresses some of the key issues in this field: the role of history in institutional analysis, the dynamics of slow institutional change, the limitations of rational design and economic-functionalist explanations of institutional stability, and the recurrent difficulties of restraining the effects of capitalism on social order. In the classification of the 'Varieties of Capitalism' school, Germany has always been taken as the chief exemplar of a 'European', coordinated market economy. Streeck explores to what extent Germany actually conforms to this description. His argument is supported by original empirical research on wage-setting and wage structure, the organization of business and labor in business associations and trade unions, social policy, public finance, and corporate governance. From this evidence, Bringing Capitalism Back In traces the current liberalization of the postwar economy of democratic capitalism by means of an historically-grounded approach to institutional change. This is an important book in comparative political economy and key reading across the social sciences for academics, researchers, and advanced students of Political Economy, Sociology, comparative business systems.

Tax Systems

Author : Joel Slemrod
ISBN : 9780262026727
Genre : Business & Economics
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Despite its theoretical elegance, the standard optimal tax model has significant limitations. In this book, Joel Slemrod and Christian Gillitzer argue that tax analysis must move beyond the emphasis on optimal tax rates and bases to consider such aspects of taxation as administration, compliance, and remittance. Slemrod and Gillitzer explore what they term a tax-systems approach, which takes tax evasion seriously; revisits the issue of remittance, or who writes the check to cover tax liability (employer or employee, retailer or consumer); incorporates administrative and compliance costs; recognizes a range of behavioral responses to tax rates; considers nonstandard instruments, including tax base breadth and enforcement effort; and acknowledges that tighter enforcement is sometimes a more socially desirable way to raise revenue than an increase in statutory tax rates. Policy makers, Slemrod and Gillitzer argue, would be well advised to recognize the interrelationship of tax rates, bases, enforcement, and administration, and acknowledge that tax policy is really tax-systems policy.

Human Resource Management

Author : R. Wayne Mondy
ISBN : 0273787004
Genre : Personnel management
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For undergraduate courses in Human Resources Management. This Global Edition has been edited to include enhancements making it more relevant to students outside the United States The most student accessible HRM text on the market There is no greater asset to a company than its employees-which is why Human Resource Management shows readers how to maximize a firm's potential through identifying and keeping an ideal workforce.

How Institutions Evolve

Author : Kathleen Thelen
ISBN : 9781139456197
Genre : Political Science
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The institutional arrangements governing skill formation are widely seen as a key element in the institutional constellations defining 'varieties of capitalism' across the developed democracies. This book explores the origins and evolution of such institutions in four countries - Germany, Britain, the United States and Japan. It traces cross-national differences in contemporary training regimes back to the nineteenth century, and specifically to the character of the political settlement achieved among employers in skill-intensive industries, artisans, and early trade unions. The book also tracks evolution and change in training institutions over a century of development, uncovering important continuities through putative 'break points' in history. Crucially, it also provides insights into modes of institutional change that are incremental but cumulatively transformative. The study underscores the limits of the most prominent approaches to institutional change, and identifies the political processes through which the form and functions of institutions can be radically reconfigured over time.

Anglo American Cataloguing Rules

Author : Joint Steering Committee for Revision of AACR.
ISBN : 0838933602
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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From the impact of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, including amendments, to technology's potential for increasing productivity, you need to keep abreast of the latest changes and the newest innovations. These detailed guides will help you: -- Determine hardware and software needs for technical services workstations -- Accurately catalog material from serials to reproductions to interactive multimedia -- Integrate preservation activities into the acquisition process The essential working tool for catalogers in public, academic, school, and special libraries. Integrates the complete text of the 1978 edition (with corrections) and all changes authorized since 1978 by the Joint Steering Committee. Additions include rules for digital sound recordings and microcomputer software, regulations for certain nonprint and cartographic materials, wider coverage of materials for the visually impaired, and revised appendixes and glossary. Published jointly by the Canadian Library Association and The Library Association, London. The 1993 Amendments are available as a separate packet.

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