In the previous chapter I examined some debates concerning theoretical aspects of the employment relationship, but concentrated on the question whether employment can best (most accurately) be described as a contractual relationship. However, it is one question whether, from an analytical point of view, employment is contractual. It is another, quite separate, prescriptive or normative question if that is the most beneficial theoretical foundation employment could have. The latter is the main focus of the present chapter.
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