• The recent UK Supreme Court decision that the system of employment tribunal fees is unlawful and should be abolished was informed by research by Associate Professor of Economics Abi Adams

    The recent UK Supreme Court decision that the system of employment tribunal fees is unlawful and sho

  • Different Ways of Working: Reforming Employment Law, Tax and Social Security for the 21st Century. June 15th  at the British Academy, Carlton House Terrace

    Different Ways of Working: Reforming Employment Law, Tax and Social Security for the 21st Century. J

  • The University of Oxford has moved up to 8th place in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking based on research contribution for the period between 2012-2016

    The University of Oxford has moved up to 8th place in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking based

03/08/2017

The recent UK Supreme Court decision that the system of employment tribunal fees is unlawful and should be abolished was informed by research by Associate Professor of Economics Abi Adams

The recent UK Supreme Court decision that the system of employment tribunal fees is unlawful and should be abolished was informed by research by Associate Professor of Economics Abi Adams On 26th July 2017, the UK Supreme Court unanimously agreed that the system of employment tribunal fees, in place in the UK since 2013, is unlawful and should be abolished. The decision was informed by arguments developed by Abi Adams, an Associate Professor in the Oxford Economics Department, and Jeremias Prassl, an Associate Professor in the Oxford Faculty of Law, in a recent Modern Law Review article.
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08/06/2017

Different Ways of Working: Reforming Employment Law, Tax and Social Security for the 21st Century. June 15th at the British Academy, Carlton House Terrace

Different Ways of Working: Reforming Employment Law, Tax and Social Security for the 21st Century. June 15th  at the British Academy, Carlton House Terrace Organised by Abi Adams, Associate Professor of Economics, with colleagues in the Faculty of Law and Centre for Business taxation, this conference brings together leading speakers from the worlds of economics, employment law, taxation and social security and introduces perspectives from Sweden, France, Australia and the USA.
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02/06/2017

The University of Oxford has moved up to 8th place in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking based on research contribution for the period between 2012-2016

The University of Oxford has moved up to 8th place in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking based on research contribution for the period between 2012-2016 The University of Oxford has moved up to 8th place in the Tilburg University Economics Ranking based on research contribution for the period between 2012-2016
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