Informations and abstract
Taking step from a pragmatic construction of domestic labour law legislations, the Author underlines the paths for development of a global labour law system able to realise the same compromise between the businesses' necessities and the safeguard of human rights. In a view of labour law policy, the Author invites, in particular, the countries with high standards of workers' protection to face their hypocrisy: in first place that deriving from the coexistence of pushes towards the universalization of rights through forms of economic protectionism. From the point of view of the instruments, the essays stresses the progressive detachment, which is induced by the globalization, from the state model, which is characterised by binding and centralised sources. The Author invites to think about new and variegated legal sources; even if the necessity of an institutional influential and super-national legal framework, which recalls the Eu model, is also stressed.