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Sélection/Selected by Claudine Leclerc, Département des relations industrielles, Université Laval.

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Théorie et méthodologie en relations industrielles / Theory and Methodology in Industrial Relations

The Challenging but Promising Future of Industrial Relations: Developing Theory and Method in Context-Sensitive Research, Paul Edwards, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (4), 2005, 264–282.

Varieties of Industrial Relations Research: Take-over, Convergence or Divergence?, Carola M. Frege, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (2), 2005, 179–207.

Movement Theory and International Labor Solidarity, Henry J. Frundt, Labor Studies Journal, 30 (2), 2005, 19–40.

Relations du travail / Labour Relations

Exercising Power in a Prisoner’s Dilemma: Transnational Collective Bargaining in an Era of Corporate Globalisation?, William N. Cooke, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (4), 2005, 283–302.

The Union Recognition Dispute at McDonald’s Moscow Food-Processing Factory, Tony Royle, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (4), 2005, 318–332.

The Privatisation Process in Montenegro and the Role of the Trade Union, Dragan Ðuri´c, South-East Europe Review, 8 (1), 2005, 81–95.

What Makes Mediation Work? Mediators’ Perspectives on Resolving Disputes, Patrice M. Mareschal, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 509–517.

Academic Workers and Union Membership: An Inevitable Dilution of Solidarity?, Daryl D’Art and Thomas Turner, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 518–524.

The Effects of the Use of Striker Replacement Workers in Canada: An Analysis of Four Cases, Parbudyal Singh, Deborah M. Zinni and Harish C. Jain, Labor Studies Journal, 30 (2), 2005, 61–85.

Labor-Management Cooperation: Antecedents and Impact on Organizational Performance, Stephen J. Deery and Roderick D. Iverson, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 588–609.

Strike Incidence and Strike Duration: Some New Evidence from Ontario, Michele Campolieti, Robert Hebdon and Douglas Hyatt, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 610–630.

Have Industrial Relations in the UK Really Improved?, Stephen Drinkwater and Peter Ingram, Labour, 19 (2), 2005, 373–398.

Cooperative Unionism and Employee Welfare, Michael White, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 348–366.

Special Issue on: “Globalization’s Challenge to Labour: Rescaling Work and Employment,” Guest Editor: Susan McGrath-Champ, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 26 (3), 2005, 323–504. Dialectics of Scale: Global Capital and Local Unions in Australia’s Iron Ore Industry, Bradon Ellem; International Trade Unionism in a Globalizing World: A Case Study of New Labour Internationalism, Pablo Ghigliani; EWCs’ Cross-National Employee Representative Coordination: A Case of Trade Union Cooperation?, Valeria Pulignano; Entreprise Bargaining and Regional Prospects: The Effects of Rescaling Wage Regulation in Australia, Susan McGrath-Champ; Labour Market Flexibility in the UK: Regional Variations and the Role of Global/Local Forces, Vassilis Monastiriotis; Regional Union Response to Regional Restructuring: A Case Study of Union Agency, Yasmin Rittau.

Organisations syndicales et patronales / Union and Employer Organizations

Union Formation through Merger: The Case of Ver.di in Germany, Berndt Keller, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (2), 2005, 209–232.

La syndicalisation : tendances divergentes, René Morissette, Grant Schellenberg et Anick Johnson, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 17 (2), 2005, 29–36.

Diverging Trends in Unionization, René Morissette, Grant Schellenberg and Anick Johnson, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 17 (2), 2005, 29–36.

Union Involvement in Workplace Change: A Comparative Study of Local Unions in Canada and Mexico, Christian Lévesque and Gregor Murray, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (3), 2005, 489–514.

Why Are Some Union Organizing Campaigns More Successful Than Others?, Vidu Badigannavar and John Kelly, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (3), 2005, 515–535.

The Influences on Women Joining and Participating in Unions, Gill Kirton, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 386–401.

Women’s Attitudes Towards Trade Unions in the UK: A Consideration of the Distinction Between Full- and Part-time Workers, Jennifer Tomlinson, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 402–418.

Droit du travail / Labour Law

From the Taft-Hartley Act to Turkish Industrial Relations-Postponement of Legal Strikes: A Legal Borrowing Case, Ufuk Aydin, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 25 (3), 2004, 365–390.

Legal Borrowing: Why Some Legal Transplants Take Root and Others Fail, Eirini Elefthenia Galinou, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 25 (3), 2004, 391–422.

Special Issue: “Developments in Workplace Dispute Resolution: A Five Country Study,” Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 25 (4), 2004, 477–591. Britain’s New Statutory Procedures: Routes to Resolution or Barriers to Justice?, Gillian S. Morris; Wrongful Dismissals in the Federal Republic of Germany, Achim Seifert and Elke Funken-Hötzel; The Birth of the Labor Tribunal System in Japan: A Synthesis of Labor Law Reform and Judicial Reform, Kazuo Sugeno; The Legal Regulation of Wrongful Dismissal in Korea, Soh-yeong Kim; Termination of Labor Contracts and Unfair Dismissal Under Turkish Labor Law, Levent Akin.

Numéro spécial : « Les transferts d’entreprise en droit social », Droit Social, 7/8, 2005, 715–788.

Convention collective et collectivité de travail. Aux origines de l’idée majoritaire en matière de négociation collective, Laetitia Bonnard-Plancke, Droit Social, 9/10, 2005, 866–872.

Rugby et droit du travail : une rencontre improbable ?, Jean-Michel Lattes, Droit Social, 9/10, 2005, 873–878.

Gestion des ressources humaines et des organisations / Human Resources Management and Organizations

La mobilisation des ressources hu- maines : une stratégie de rassemblement des énergies de chacun pour le bien de tous, Michel Tremblay et Thierry Wils, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 37–49.

Comment appréhender les comportements de mobilisation collective des salariés, Arnaud Bichon, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 50–59.

La mobilisation du personnel : l’art d’établir un climat d’échanges favorable basé sur la réciprocité, Michel Tremblay et Gilles Simard, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 60–68.

Agir sur les leviers organisationnels pour mobiliser le personnel : le rôle de la vision du leadership, des pratiques de GRH et de l’organisation du travail, Michel Tremblay, Denis Chênevert, Gilles Simard, Marie-Ève Lapalme et Olivier Doucet, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 69–78.

La reconnaissance au travail : analyse d’un concept riche de sens, Jean-Pierre Brun et Ninon Dugas, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 79–88.

Pour une meilleure reconnaissance des contributions au travail, Sylvie St-Onge, Victor Y. Haines III, Isabelle Aubin, Claudia Rousseau et Geneviève Lagassé, Gestion, 30 (2), 2005, 89–101.

What Predicts Skill Transfer? An Exploratory Study of Goal Orientation, Training Self-Efficacy and Organizational Supports, Dan S. Chiaburu and Sophia V. Marinova, International Journal of Training and Development, 9 (2), 2005, 110–123.

Does Time Management Training Work? An Evaluation, Peter Green and Denise Skinner, International Journal of Training and Development, 9 (2), 2005, 124–139.

Mentoring: A Model for Leadership Development?, Valerie Stead, International Journal of Training and Development, 9 (3), 2005, 170–184.

Mass Layoffs and CEO Turnover, Sherrilyn M. Billger and Kevin F. Hallock, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 463–489.

The (not so simple) Case for Teleworking: A Study at Lloyd’s of London, Michael Collins, New Technology, Work and Employment, 20 (2), 2005, 115–132.

Most Relevant Enablers and Constraints Influencing the Spread of Telework in Portugal, Flávio Nunes, New Technology, Work and Employment, 20 (2), 2005, 133–149.

Constructing and Using a Company Intranet: ‘It’s a Very Cultural Thing’, Ken Clarke and David Preece, New Technology, Work and Employment, 20 (2), 2005, 150–165.

The Benefits and Costs of Employee Suggestions under Gainsharing, Dong-One Kim, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 631–652.

Sociologie du travail / Sociology of Work

Logiques professionnelles et logiques familiales : une articulation contrainte par la délocalisation de l’emploi, Cécile Vignal, Sociologie du travail, 47 (2), 2005, 153–169.

Le temps de l’activité de la caissière : entre logique productive et logique de service, Sophie Bernard, Sociologie du travail, 47 (2), 2005, 170–187.

Crise, effets de trajectoire et dynamiques sociales dans l’évolution de Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK, Tommaso Pardi, Sociologie du travail, 47 (2), 2005, 188–204.

Conflit de générations ou conflit d’organisation ? Un train peut en cacher un autre…, Nicolas Flamant, Sociologie du travail, 47 (2), 2005, 223–244.

Teamwork in Factories within the French Automobile Industry, Armelle Gorgeu and René Mathieu, New Technology, Work and Employment, 20 (2), 2005, 88–101.

Attitudes, Women’s Employment and the Domestic Division of Labour: A Cross-national Analysis in Two Waves, Rosemary Crompton, Michaela Brockmann and Clare Lyonette, Work, Employment and Society, 19 (2), 2005, 213–233.

Re-placing Work: Economic Transformations and the Shape of a Community in Post-socialist Poland, Alison Stenning, Work, Employment and Society, 19 (2), 2005, 235–259.

‘India Calling to the Far Away Towns’: The Call Centre Labour Process and Globalization, Phil Taylor and Peter Bain, Work, Employment and Society, 19 (2), 2005, 261–282.

‘Learners of the Workplace Unite!’: An Empirical Examination of the UK Trade Union Learning Representative Initiative, Emma Wallis, Mark Stuart and Ian Greenwood, Work, Employment and Society, 19 (2), 2005, 283–304.

Symposium on the Quality of Work Life, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (3), 2005, 351–467. Work Pressure in Europe 1996-2001: Trends and Determinants, Duncan Gallie; Your Money or Your Life: Changing Job Quality in OECD Countries, Andrew E. Clark; An Investigation of National Trends in Job Satisfaction in Britain and Germany, Francis Green and Nicholas Tsitsianis; Pathways to a Good Job: Perceived Work Quality among the Machinist in North America, Arne L. Kalleberg and Stephen Vaisey; Job Satisfaction in Britain: Coping with Complexity, Michael Rose.

Special Issue: “Board-level Participation,” Transfer, 11 (2), 2005, 155–243. Industrial Democracy and the European Traditions, Robert Taylor; Corporate Governance with Co-determination: A Key Element of the European Social Model, Norbert Kluge; Company Law and Workers’ Interests, Robbert van het Kaar; Participation in European Companies: Views from Social Partners in Three Member States, Ulke Veersma and Sjef Swinkels; Workers’ Involvement in the European Company: The SE Guidelines of the European Metalworkers Federation, Luc Triangle; A European Project for Employee Board-level Representatives: Issues, Roles and Responsibilities, Kevin O’Kelly; Board-level Employee Representatives in Nine Countries: A Snapshot, Mark Carley.

De l’importance des collectifs dans la formation en ligne, Jean-Luc Metzger, Formation Emploi, 90, 2005, 5–19.

Économique du travail, main-d’oeuvre, sécurité sociale / Labour Economics, Employment and Social Security

Reforming the Training System in France, Philippe Méhaut, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (4), 2005, 303–317.

Co-determination, Efficiency and Productivity, Felix FitzRoy and Kornelius Kraft, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (2), 2005, 233–247.

Why Do Part-Time Workers Earn Less? The Role of Worker and Job Skills, Barry T. Hirsch, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 525–551.

Effects of Industry Growth and Decline on Gender and Education Wage Gaps in the 1980s, Paul J. Devereux, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 552–570.

The Declining Effects of OSHA Inspections on Manufacturing Injuries, 1979 to 1998, Wayne B. Gray and John M. Mendeloff, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 58 (4), 2005, 571–587.

Discrimination and Resistance to Low-skilled Immigration, Alexander Kemnitz, Labour, 19 (2), 2005, 177-190.

Economic Integration, International Capital Movements, and Labour Standards, Morten Skak, Labour, 19 (2), 2005, 273-301.

Employee Share Ownership: Safeguarding Investments in Human Capital, Andrew M. Robinson and Hao Zhang, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (3), 2005, 469-488.

Training Standards as a Policy Option? The Regulation of the Fitness Industry, Caroline Lloyd, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 367-385.

Impact of Multiple Labour Market Programmes on Multiple Outcomes: The Case of Norwegian Youth Programmes, Inés Hardoy, Labour, 19 (3), 2005, 425–467.

Up in the Skies? The Relationship between Body Height and Earnings in Germany, Guido Heineck, Labour, 19 (3), 2005, 469–489.

‘Birds of a Feather Flock Together’: The Impact of Choice of Spouse on Family Labor Income Inequality, Iulie Aslaksen, Tom Wennemo and Rolf Aaberge, Labour, 19 (3), 2005, 491–515.

A Comprehensive Profile of the Working Poor, David Gleicher and Lonnie K. Stevans, Labour, 19 (3), 2005, 517–529.

Education, Mobility and Employers’ Monopsony Power: A Search-theoretic Analysis, Bruno Decreuse and Pierre Granier, Labour, 19 (3), 2005, 531–562.

L’indice sectoriel d’employabilité : intégrer les caractéristiques de l’offre et de la demande, Andries de Grip, Jasper van Loo et Jos Sanders, Revue internationale du Travail, 143 (3), 2004, 231–255.

Techniques de l’information et de la communication, qualifications et productivité, Stephan Kudyba, Revue internationale du Travail, 143 (3), 2004, 257–269.

Réforme de la sécurité sociale et égalité hommes-femmes : l’expérience récente de l’Europe centrale, Elaine Fultz et Silke Steinhilber, Revue internationale du Travail, 143 (3), 2004, 271–297.

Pour bien commencer le millénaire : donner un emploi décent aux jeunes, Gianni Rosas et Giovanna Rossignotti, Revue internationale du Travail, 144 (2), 2005, 147–170.

Pourquoi les jeunes sont désavantagés sur le marché du travail : le cas de l’Europe du Sud-Est, Alexandre Kolev et Catherine Saget, Revue internationale du Travail, 144 (2), 2005, 171–199.

Équité au travail / Equity at Work

Gender Balancing in Europe, Wiemer Salverda, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (4), 2005, 333–335.

Getting Hired: Sex and Race, Trond Petersen, Ishak Saporta, and Marc-David L. Seidel, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 416–443.

Race, Compensation and Contract Length in the NBA: 2001-2002, Lawrence M. Kahn and Malav Shah, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 444–462.

Special Theme: “Gender, Equality and the ‘New Europe’”, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 11 (2), 2005, 139-264. Gender, Equality and Industrial Relations in the ‘New Europe’: An Introduction, Gill Kirton and Anne-Marie Greene; The European Construction Social Partners: Gender Equality in Theory and Practice, Linda Clarke, Elsebet Frydendal Pedersen, Elisabeth Michielsens and Barbara Susman; Trade Union Perspectives on Diversity Management: A Comparison of the UK and Denmark, Anne-Marie Greene, Gill Kirton and John Wrench; Women’s Choices in Europe: Striking the Work-life Balance, Linda Hantrais and Peter Ackers; Gender, Transformation and Employment in Central Eastern Europe, Anna Pollert; Highly Qualified Women in the ‘New Europe’: Territorial Sex Segregation, Judith Glover.

The Influences on Women Joining and Participating in Unions, Gill Kirton, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 386–401.

Women’s Attitudes Towards Trade Unions in the UK: A Consideration of the Distinction Between Full- and Part-time Workers, Jennifer Tomlinson, Industrial Relations Journal, 36 (5), 2005, 402–418.

Études comparatives / Comparative Studies

Union Involvement in Workplace Change: A Comparative Study of Local Unions in Canada and Mexico, Christian Lévesque and Gregor Murray, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (3), 2005, 489–514.

Effets du travail des enfants sur la scolarité: une étude multinationale, Ranjan Ray et Geoffrey Lancaster, Revue internationale du Travail, 144 (2), 2005, 201–223.

Special Issue: Board-level Participation, Transfer, 11 (2), 2005, 155–243. Industrial Democracy and the European Traditions, Robert Taylor; Corporate Governance with Co-determination: A Key Element of the European Social Model, Norbert Kluge; Company Law and Workers’ Interests, Robbert van het Kaar; Participation in European Companies: Views from Social Partners in Three Member States, Ulke Veersma and Sjef Swinkels; Workers’ Involvement in the European Company: The SE Guidelines of the European Metalworkers Federation, Luc Triangle; A European Project for Employee Board-level Representatives: Issues, Roles and Responsibilities, Kevin O’Kelly; Board-level Employee Representatives in Nine Countries: A Snapshot, Mark Carley.

Généralités / General

Clark Kerr and the Founding of the Berkeley IIR: A Celebratory Remembrance, Bruce E. Kaufman, Industrial Relations, 44 (3), 2005, 405–415.

Numéro spécial : « Restructurations : nouveaux enjeux », La Revue de l’IRES, 47 (1), 2005, 3–362.