Introduction to employment equality law

Additional reading on employment equality law

  1. G. S. Becker, The Economics of Discrimination, 2nd edition, (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1971).
  2. G. S. Becker, ‘Human Capital, Efforts, and the Sexual Division of Labor’ (1985) 3(1) Journal of Labor Economics S33.
  3. R. Posner, ‘An Economic Analysis of Sex Discrimination Laws’ (1989) 56 University of Chicago Law Review 1311.
  4. R. A. Epstein, ‘Forbidden Grounds: The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws’ (Cambridge Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 1992).
  5. C. Sunstein, Free Markets and Social Justice (Oxford, OUP, 1997) 151–167.
  6. S. Fredman, ‘Reversing Discrimination’ (1997) 113 Law Quarterly Review 575.
  7. R. Wintemute, ‘When is Pregnancy Discrimination Indirect Discrimination?’ (1998) 27 Industrial Law Journal 23.
  8. C. Barnard and B. Hepple, ‘Substantive Equality’ (2000) 59 Cambridge Law Journal 562.
  9. S. Fredman, ‘Equality: A New Generation?’ (2001) 30 Industrial Law Journal 145.
  10. R. A. Epstein, Equal Opportunity or More Opportunity? (London, Civitas, 2002).
  11. M. Cavanagh, Against Equality of Opportunity (Oxford, OUP, 2002).
  12. H. Collins ‘Discrimination, equality and social inclusion’ (2003) Modern Law Review 16.
  13. C. Barnard, ‘The Future of Equality Law: Equality and Beyond’ in C. Barnard, S. Deakin, and G. S. Morris (eds), Future of Labour Law. Liber Amicorum Sir Bob Hepple (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2004) 227.
  14. B. Hepple, ‘The Aims of Equality Law’ (2008) 61 Current Legal Problems 1.
  15. M. Connolly, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2011).
  16. S. Fredman, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (Oxford, OUP, 2011).
  17. B. Hepple, Equality: The New Legal Framework, 2nd edn (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2014) ­chapter 1.
  18. R. Posner, Economic Analysis of Law, 8th edition (New York, Aspen Publishers, 2011) 446–450.
  19. C. O’Cinneide ‘Completing the Picture: the Complex Relationship Between EU Anti-discrimination law and ‘Social Europe’’ in N. Countouris and M. Freedland (eds), Resocialising Europe in a Time of Crisis (Cambridge, CUP, 2013) 118.
  20. R. Riley, H. Metcalf and J. Forth, “The Business Case for Equal Opportunities” (2013) 44 Industrial Relations Journal 216.
  21. A. McColgan, Discrimination, Equality and the Law (Oxford, Hart, 2014).
  22. B. Burton, ‘Neoliberalism and the Equality Act 2010: A Missed Opportunity for Gender Justice? (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 112.
  23. A. C. A. Vieira & A. Graser, ‘Taming the Biased Black Box? On the Potential Role of Behavioural Realism in Anti-Discrimination Policy’ (2015) 35 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 121.
  24. S. Fredman, ‘Equality Law: Labour Law or an Autonomous Field?’ in A. Bogg, C. Costello, A.C.L. Davies and J. Prassl, The Autonomy of Labour Law (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2015) 257.
  25. S. Fredman, ‘Equality Law: Labour Law or an Autonomous Field?’ in A Bogg, C Costello, A C L Davies, J Prassl (eds), The Autonomy of Labour Law (Oxford, Hart 2015) 257.
  26. T. Khaitan, A Theory of Discrimination Law (Oxford, OUP, 2015).
  27. C. O’Cinneide, “Justifying Discrimination Law” (2016) 36 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 909.
  28. S. B. Lahuerta, “Enforcing EU Equality Law Through Collective Redress? Lagging Behind?” (2018) 55 Common Market Law Review 783.

Additional reading on prohibited conduct

  1. J. Bowers and A. Moran, ‘Justification in Direct Sex Discrimination Law: Breaking the Taboo’ (2002) 31 Industrial Law Journal 307.
  2. J. Bowers, A. Moran and S. Honeyball, ‘Justification in Direct Sex Discrimination Law: A Reply’ (2003) 32 Industrial Law Journal 185.
  3. L. Barmes, ‘Promoting Diversity and the Definition of Direct Discrimination’ (2003) 32 Industrial Law Journal 200.
  4. T. Gill and K. Monaghan, ‘Justification in Direct Sex Discrimination Law: Taboo Upheld’ (2003) 32 Industrial Law Journal 115.
  5. Baker, ‘Proportionality and Employment Discrimination in the UK’ (2008) 37 Industrial Law Journal 305.
  6. S. Forshaw and M. Pilgerstorfer, ‘Direct and Indirect Discrimination: Is There Something in between?’ (2008) 37 Industrial Law Journal 347.
  7. N. Cunningham, ‘Indirect Discrimination: Between the Wheat and the Chaff’ (2009) 38 Industrial Law Journal 209.
  8. M. Connolly, ‘Racial Groups, Sub-Groups, the Demise of the But For Test and the Death of the Benign Motive Defence: R (on the application of E) v Governing Body of JFS’ (2010) 39 Industrial Law Journal 183.
  9. J. M. Finnis, ‘Directly Discriminatory Decisions: a Missed Opportunity’ (2010) 126 Law Quarterly Review 491.
  10. N. Hatzis, ‘Personal Religious Beliefs in the Workplace: How Not to Define Indirect Discrimination’ (2011) 74 Modern Law Review 287.
  11. M. Connolly, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2011) ­chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
  12. S. Fredman, Discrimination Law, 2nd edition (Oxford, OUP, 2011) 153–214.
  13. G. Davidov, ‘The Principle of Proportionality in Labour Law and Its Impact on Precarious Workers’ (2012) 34 Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal 63.
  14. G. Davidov & P. Alon-Shenker, ‘Applying the Principle of Proportionality in Employment and Labour Law Contexts’ (2013) 59 McGill Law Journal 375.
  15. B. Hepple, Equality: The New Legal Framework 2nd edn (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2014) 67-90 and 97-104.
  16. S. Fredman, ‘The Reason Why: Unravelling Indirect Discrimination’ (2016) 45 Industrial Law Journal 231.
  17. M. Malone, ‘The Concept of Indirect Discrimination by Association: Too Late for the UK?’ (2017) 46 Industrial Law Journal 144.
  18. S. Fraser Butlin, “The CJEU Confused Over Religion” (2017) 76 Cambridge Law Journal 246.
  19. H. Collins and T. Khaitan, Foundations of Indirect Discrimination Law (Oxford, Hart, 2018).
  20. A. Hambler, ‘Neutrality and Workplace Restrictions on Headscarves and Religious Dresses: lessons from Achbita and Bougnaoui’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 149.
  21. J. A. Lane and R. Ingleby, ‘Indirect Discrimination, Justification and Proportionality: Are UK Claimants at a Disadvantage?’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 531.
  22. Z. Adams and J. O. Adenitire, “Ideological Neutrality in the Workplace” (2018) 81 Modern Law Review 348.