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Thesis for students of different courses (Economics, Management, Social Services, Comparative International Relations) on Labor Law both at national, European and international level. I am particularly interested in sustainability and workers' rights, global value chains and governance tools, corporate social responsibility and ethical codes, work-life balance, welfare systems and labor issues, digitalization and new working conditions, smart working, privacy and controls. The interdisciplinary perspective is highly valued. I am certainly happy to welcome your ideas even if they come out of my specific interests. The sharing of an index and a bibliography is fundamental to start the writing of the thesis.