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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Valeriy Valiev
Legal Regulation of Strikes
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
The research is devoted to the study of Institution of strike in the Russian Federation as well as in the international legal field. The author sees the objective of current study in revealing the specificity of Russian strikes regulation based on analyzing national and international legal experience. Moreover, this research aims to offer proposals to improve current legislation.

In the first Chapter, the periodization of history and development of «strikes» legislation in Russia is proposed along with the review of each period. The second Chapter examines the legal nature of strikes, their types and limitations as presented in legal doctrine and court practice. The third Chapter describes the legal status of the subjects of strike legal relations as well as focuses on the procedural issues of the strike, the criteria of its legality. Last but not least, there are proposals for improving modern legislation on strikes.

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