This is an exciting collection of essays by an internationally distinguished group of writers. It is the first book of its kind to take stock of what cmmunity labour law has achieved to date but also explores its directions in the future. The book is ambitious in scope, covering thefoundations of EC labour law, the principal policy developments which have shaped it, institutional relations and the extent to which these policies have been implemented in fields such as discrimination, employment, immigration, and the Social Fund. This collection will appeal to students andpractitioners of European Community law, labour law, and social policy. The essays are written in honour Professor Lord Wedderburn of Charlton, the doyen of European labour law studies and one of the century's outstanding legal scholars.