Gaetano Silvestri

Interpretation in Labour Law

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Moving from the assumption that constitutional interpretation leaves to all interpreters (and firstly to the judiciary) an ineliminable leeway, the Author investigates the different perspectives from which constitutional principles influence the application of labour law. In particular, the article focuses on both substantial aspects (the centrality of dignity and the consequent favour for the rights of workers) and on procedural ones (like the private/ public law divide and the peculiar role of collective agreements).


  • Constitutional Interpretation
  • Consistent Interpretation
  • Rules and Principles
  • Labour Law
  • Collective Agreements


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