The admissibility of industrial action increasingly raises questions of constitutional law: labour disputes in areas of so-called “Daseinsvorsorge” (i.e. in essential services), new forms of industrial action such as “flash mobs”, public servants’ right to strike, the right to strike for employees of the churches, and many more. By examining recent developments, this volume analyses the implications strikes and lockouts can have on constitutional law. The volume thus addresses both labour law and constitutional law experts.
Contributors: Frank Bayreuther, Hans Hofmann, Jens Kersten, Winfried Kluth, Gregor Thüsing, Christian Waldhoff