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Prof. Guy Davidov Prof. Guy Davidov
Elias Lieberman Chair in Labour Law
Phone:  +972-2-5882581
Fax:  +972-2-5823042
E-Mail:  guy.davidov@huji.ac.il
fields of interest:
Labour and employment law
 
Publications:
 
Books:
 
Guy Davidov & Brian Langille (eds.), The Idea of Labour Law (Oxford University Press, 2011; paperback edition December 2012)
 
[Reviewed by  Matthew Finkin, 33 Comparative Labour Law & Policy Journal 171 (2011); Anne Trebilcock, 151 International Labour Review 130 (2012); Aaron Rathmell, 54 Journal of Industrial Relations 547 (2012)]
 
 
[Reviewed by Nicola Countouris, 36 Industrial Law Journal 250 (2007); Gerlado von Potobsky, 146 International Labour Review 121 (2007); Frances Raday, Public Law AUT 612 (2007); Jill Murray, 20 Australian Journal of Labour Law 329 (2007); Solveig Grimault, 29 Économies et Sociétés 2005 (2007);  Michael Reiner, 6 Zeitschrift für Arbeitsrecht und Sozialrecht 288 (2008)] 
  

Articles:

"Setting Labour Law's Coverage: Between Universalism and Selectivity", forthcoming in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
 
"Applying the Principle of Proportionality in Employment and Labour Law Contexts" forthcoming in McGill Law Journal (with Pnina Alon-Shenker)
 
"The (Incomplete) Purposive Revolution: A Review of Freedland & Kountouris" 7 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 87-98 (2013)
 
"The Goals of Regulating Work: Between Universalism and Selecvtivity" forthcoming in University of Toronto Law Journal (2014)
 
"How Judges Use Weapons of Influence: The Social Psychology of Courts" 46 Israel Law Review 7-24 (2013) (with Maayan Davidov)
 
"Job Security: Towards Balanced Intermediate Solutions" 43 Mishpatim 143-181 (2012) (Hebrew) (with Edo Eshet)
 
"Freelancers: An Intermediate Group in Labour Law?", in Challenging the Legal Boundaries of Work Regulation (Judy Fudge, Shae McCrystal and Kamala Sankaran eds., Hart 2012) 171-185
 
"The Principle of Proportionality in Labor Law and Its Impact on Precarious Workers", 34 Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal 63-80 (2012)
 
"Articulating the Idea of Labour Law: Why and How",3 European Labour Law Journal 130-150 (2012)
 
Lay Judges in Labour Courts: Their Role and Contribution in Theory and in Practice”, in Liber Amicorum Elisheva Barak-Ossoskin (2012) 185-206 (Hebrew) (with Reut Begas-Shemer)
 
“Re-Matching Labour Law with Their Purpose”, in The Idea of Labour Law (Guy Davidov & Brian Langille eds., OUP 2011)
 
Prolonged Armed Conflict and Diminished Deference to the Military: Lessons from Israel“, 35 Law & Social Inquiry 919-956 (2010) (with Amnon Reichman)
 
Judicial Development of Collective Labour Rights – Contextually“, 15 Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal 235-250 (2010)
 
The Enforcement Crisis in Labour Law and the Fallacy of Voluntarist Solutions“, 26 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 61-82 (2010)
 
 
Indirect Employment“, 12 Labour, Law and Society (2010) (Hebrew)
 
Workers Through Subcontractors at Schools”, in Privatization and Commercalization of State Education in Israel (Orit Ichilov ed., 2010) 145-173 (Hebrew)
 
"A Purposive Interpretation of the National Minimum Wage Act“, 72 Modern Law Review 581-606 (2009)
 
Unbound: Some Comments on Israel's Judicially-Developed Labor Law“, 30 Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal (2009) 283-311  
 
 
The (Changing?) Idea of Labour Law“ 146 International Labour Review 311-320 (2007)
 
The Principle of Proportionality in Labour Law“ 31 Iyuney Mishpat 5-55 (2008) (Hebrew)
 
 
Constitutional Review in Budgetary Matters“ 49 Hapraklit 345-383 (2007) (Hebrew)
 
In Defence of (Efficiently Administered) 'Just Cause' Dismissal Laws“ 23 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 117-138 (2007)
 
The Reports of My Death are Greatly Exaggerated: 'Employee' as a Viable (Though Overly-Used) Legal Concept“, in Guy Davidov & Brian Langille (eds.), Boundaries and Frontiers of Labour Law: Goals and Means in the Regulation of Work 133-152 (Hart, 2006)
 
Enforcement Problems in 'Informal' Labor Markets: A View from Israel“ (2005) 27 Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal 3-26
 
 
State or Family? The 2003 Amendment to the Citizenship and Entrance to Israel Law“ 8 Mishpat Umimshal (2005) 643-699 (a previous version published in 1(2) Lawatch (He’arat Din) 61-93 (Hebrew) (with Jonathan Yovel, Ilan Saban and Amnon Reichman)
 
Who is a Worker?“ (2005) 34 Industrial Law Journal 57-71
 
Joint Employers Status in Triangular Employment Relationships“ (2004) 42 British Journal of Industrial Relations 727-746
 
The Right to Work as a Community and Individual Right and its Constitutional Potential“, in Economic Social and Cultural Rights in Israel (Yoram Rabin and Yuval Shani eds.) (Ramot, 2004) 533-565 (Hebrew)
 
“The Actors of Collective Bargaining: Israel” (2004) 51 Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations 171-182
           
The Social-Economic Reform 2002-2003: An Interdisciplinary View” Labour, Society & Law, Vol. 10 (2004), p. 209-219 (Hebrew)
 
Collective Bargaining Law: Purpose and Scope“ (2004) 20 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 81-106
 
 
The Paradox of Judicial Deference“ (2001) 12 National Journal of Constitutional Law 133-164
 
Workers on Boards of Directors: A Suggested Model”, in Liber Amicorum Menachem Goldberg (Aharon Barak et al., eds.) (Sadan, 2001) 251-285 (Hebrew)
 
Separating Minimal Impairment from Balancing: A Comment on R. v. Sharpe (B.C.C.A.)“ (2000) 5 Review of Constitutional Studies 195-209
 
Beyond Employees and Independent Contractors: A View from Canada“ (1999) 21 Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal 7-45 (with Brian Langille)
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