Guy Mundlak is a professor at Tel Aviv University, with a joint appointment between the Buchmann Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Social Science, Department of Labor Studies. His research deals with the impact of law on the labor market and the welfare state. More particularly his works centers on the following themes: the relationship between labor law and industrial relations; the internalization of employment standards in economic enterprises and the role of human resource professionals in this process; constitutional social rights in general, and on the rights to social security and work in particular; the effects of globalization on labor markets; and the efficacy of international instruments in responding to the regulatory deficit, looking at both the movement of capital and labor.
LL.B., Faculty of Law, Hebrew University, 1991
LL.M., Harvard Law School, 1992 J.S.D., Harvard Law School, 1995