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Building Labour Law (Arfa)

Building Labour Law (Arfa) is a programme for research in labour law aimed at consolidating and developing the scientific basis for research and teaching in labour law in a long term perspective.

About the project

Building Labour Law (Arfa) is a programme for research in labour law aimed at consolidating and developing the scientific basis for research and teaching in labour law in a long term perspective. Beyond this, the program is not topic specific but will accomodate a broad range of themes and issues. Beeing geared primarily towards domestic development of labour law science and research the project will mainly be conducted in Norwegian, and the majority of publications should be expected to be in Norwegian. Nonetheless, international publication is encouraged as a part of the total programme. As publications from the project appear, subsequently, they will be listed on a separate page - to be included later.

The research team consists, in addition to the project manager, at any time of four doctoral or post doctoral research fellows and two student research assistants (part time) writing their Masters' theses. Starting as per 1 January, 2008, and as personnel is hired and acceding to posts, the project is foreseen to run for a 10 years period.

The project's main page is in Norwegian.

Published Apr. 7, 2010 11:33 AM - Last modified Feb. 6, 2017 1:46 PM