Readership: Scholars and students of labour law, welfare law, family law, and care law; students and activists interested in social theory and social policy.
Nicole Busby, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Stirling
Nicole Busby is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Stirling. She has a special interest in European Labour Law, in particular in the areas of sex equality and discrimination.
"a rich and multi-disciplinary approah to the problem of the conflict between work and care." - Rikki Holtmaat, CML Rev. 2012
"This is a very welcome, important, and scholarly text." - Luke Clements, Journal of Law and Society
1: Introduction: Identifying the Work/Care Equation
2: Theoretical Perspectives on Work and Care
3: Paid Work and Unpaid Care: The Unsolved Conflict
4: Situating a Right to Care in Employment Law
5: EU Law and Policy: Balancing Paid Employment with Unpaid Care within a Market Order
6: The European Court of Justice: Conceptualising the Work/Care Equation
7: Regulating Unpaid Work in European Employment Law: The Capabilities Approach
8: Conclusions: A Right to Care?