Mario Grandi

"Il lavoro non è una merce": una formula da rimeditare

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According to the Author, the recent trends of the legislation regarding a most flexible structure of the labour markets contain a creeping logic of (re)commodification of the human activities, as it makes clear the political and academic context in favor of the liberalization of the contractual terms of work employment in a perspective of a individual negotiation market. The Author exmines, in turn, the origins and the evolution of the formula contained in the treaty of Versailles and lately substantially unchanged in the Philadelphia declaration, arguing its own topical significance in a changing world of labour activities exposed, according to a free dynamics of employment, to the risk of being reconsidered as a nerely articles of commerce. In his concluding analysis, the Author points out the conceptual ambiguities connected with the re-shaping of the contracts of flexible employment in terms of merely economic free exchange logic.

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