Guy Mundlak
Professor of Law
Faculty of Law
Tel Aviv University

Guy Mundlak holds a joint appointment in the Faculty of Law and the Department of Labor Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences. His research deals with the impact of law on the labor market and the welfare state. More particularly his works centers on the following themes:  the relationship between labor law and industrial relations; constitutional social rights in general, and the rights to social security and work in particular; the effects of globalization on labor markets and the efficacy of international instruments to respond to the regulatory deficit; and migrant and Palestinian workers in Israel.

“The third function of labor law: distributing labor market opportunities among workers,” in Brian Langille & Guy Davidov eds., The Idea of Labour Law (Oxford University Press 2011)
“The Right to Work, The Value of Work,” in Daphna Barak-Erez and Aeyal Gross, eds., Social Rights (Hart Publishers, 2007)
"Social Rights, Social Citizenship, and Transformative Constitutionalism: A comparative assessment" (with D. Davis & P. Macklem) in Joanne Conaghan, Michael Fischl & Karl Klare, eds., Labour Law in an Era of Globalization (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002) 511.

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