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

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Relations du travail / Labour Relations

The Right to Strike in the European Social Charter, Erika Kovács, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 26 (4), 2005, 445–476.

More Holes in the Bucket : Twenty Years of European Integration and Organized Labor, Jelle Visser, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 26 (4), 2006, 477–522.

Europeanisation and Regime Competition : Industrial Relations and EU Enlargement, Paul Marginson, Industrielle Beziehungen, 13 (2), 2006, 97–117.

Who Are the Workers Who Never Joined a Union ? Empirical Evidence from Western and Eastern Germany, Claus Schnabel, Joachim Wagner, Industrielle Beziehungen, 13 (2), 2006, 118–131.

2006 Outlook for Social Dialogue in Industrial Relations of Korea, Jong Ho Woo, Korea Labor Review, 2 (7), 2006, 2–4.

Major Issues and Outlook for Collective Bargaining in 2006, Woon Park, Korea Labor Review, 2 (7), 2006, 5–9.

Organisations syndicales et patronales / Union and Employer Organizations

Neoliberalism and Working-Class Resistance in British Columbia : The Hospital Employees’ Union Struggle, 2002–2004, David Camfield, Labour / Le travail, 57 (Spring / Printemps), 2006, 9–42.

Cette manche au syndicat — La grève chez Dupuis Frères en 1952, John Willis, Labour / Le travail, 57 (Spring / Printemps), 2006, 43–92.

Union Membership Statistics in 24 Countries, Jelle Visser, Monthly Labor Review, 129 (1), 2006, 38–49.

Combattez la pauvreté – Syndiquez-vous ! Un continent riche de pauvreté : le défi africain ; L’action des syndicats dans la lutte contre la pauvreté en Amérique latine et aux Caraïbes ; Asie : une croissance éclair et plus de 900 millions de pauvres ; Europe : la pauvreté au coeur de l’abondance ; Annexe : Conclusions du Colloque international des travailleurs sur « Le rôle des syndicats dans une économie mondialisée et dans la lutte contre la pauvreté » (Genève, 17–21 octobre 2005), Éducation ouvrière, 138–139, 2005, 1–57.

Restructuring as a Reaction to Growing Pressure on Trade Unionism : The Case of the Austrian ÖGB, Sabine Blaschke, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (2), 2006, 147–163.

Ver.di and Trade Union Revitalisation in Germany, Claire Annesley, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (2), 2006, 164–179.

Militant Rhetoric and the Business Cycle : The Case of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organization, Barbara Sgouraki Kinsey, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (2), 2006, 111–130.

Trade Unions and the Third Round of Political Fund Review Balloting, John W. Leopold, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (3), 2006, 190–208.

The Administration of Union Business : The Role of the Certification Officer, Greame Lockwood, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (3), 2006, 209–221.

Are Non-Union Workers Different to their Union Colleagues ? Evidence from the Public Services, Peter J. Prowse and Julie M. Prowse, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (3), 2006, 222–241.

Business as Usual ? Employees’ Organisations’ Strategies in Welfare Legislation in Austria, Clara Fritsch, Transfer, 12 (1), 2006, 31–48.

Revisiting General and Specific Union Beliefs : The Union-Voting Intentions of Professionals, Heejoon Park, Patrick P. McHugh, and Matthew M. Bodah, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 270–289.

Taking it to the States : The Wisconsin Labor Initiative on Health Care, David Nack, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (1), 2006, 5–24.

Innovation and Adaptation : Contrasting Efforts to Organize Home Care Workers in Four States, Patrice M. Mareschal, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (1), 2006, 25–50.

Union Strategies for Improving Patient Care : The Key to Nurse Unionism, Paul F. Clark and Darlene A. Clark, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (1), 2006, 51–70.

Demands for Fair Wages and Pay Parity in the British Motor Industry in the 1960s and 1970s, Jon Murden, Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 20 (Autumn), 2005, 1–28.

Worker Directors in the UK and the Limits of Policy Transfer from Europe since the 1970s, Michael Gold, Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 20 (Autumn), 2005, 29–66.

Droit du travail / Labour Law

La vie privée du salarié, une notion civiliste en droit du travail, Agathe Lepage, Droit social, 4 (avril), 2006, 364–377.

Transplanting and Growing Good Faith in New Zealand Labour Law, Gordon Anderson, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19 (1), 2006, 1–29.

Labour Law Reform in Turkey in the 2000s : The Devil is Not Just in the Detail But Also in the Legal Texts, Ali Murat Özdemir and Gamze Yücesan-Özdemir, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27 (6), 2006, 311–331.

Libéralisation des marchés et droit du travail, François Gaudu, Droit social, 5 (mai), 2006, 505–513.

L’égalité des rémunérations entre les femmes et les hommes, réalisée en cinq ans ? Marie-Thérèse Lanquetin, Droit social, 6 (juin), 2006, 624–635.

Le salarié et les congés payés : un contentieux intarissable, Thierry Tauran, Droit social, 6 (juin), 2006, 642–645.

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

Japanese Management, Enterprise Unions and Company Performance, John Benson, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (3), 2006, 242–258.

The Wage Effects of High Performance Work Organization in Manufacturing, Paul Osterman, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 187–204.

Critically Challenging some Assumptions in HRD, David O’Donnell, David McGuire and Christine Cross, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 4–16.

Researching Human Resource Development : Emergence of a Critical Approach to HRD Enquiry, Claire Valentin, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 17–29.

Sustaining Critically Reflective Practitioners : Competing with the Dominant Discourse, Aileen Corley and Elaine Eades, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 30–40.

What about the Managers ? Contradictions between Lifelong Learning and Management Development, Martin McCracken and Jonathan Winterton, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 55–66.

Democratizing the Workplace through Professionnalization of Human Resource Development, Tim Hatcher, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 67–82.

Sociologie du travail / Sociology of Work

Obscuring the Costs of Home Care : Restructuring at Work, Jane Aronson and Sheila M. Neysmith, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 27–46.

Alternative and Parallel Carreer Paths for Women : The Case of Trade Union Participation, Gill Kirton, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 47–66.

Taking Age Out of the Workplace : Putting Older Workers Back In ? Ian Roberts, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 67–86.

‘The Longest Day’ : ‘Flexible’ Contracts, Performance-Related Pay and Risk Shifting in the UK Direct Selling Sector, John Bone, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 109–128.

European Union Enlargement and the Foreign Direct Investment Channel of Industrial Relations Transfer, Paul Marginson and Guglielmo Meardi, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (2), 2006, 92–110.

Beyond the Anglo-Saxon and North European Models : Social Partnership in a Greek Textiles Company, Elias Galinos and Mick Marchington, Industrial Relations Journal, 37 (2), 2006, 131–146.

Les groupements d’employeurs : la sécurité dans la flexibilité ?, Bénédicte Zimmermann, Sociologie du travail, 48 (1), 2006, 1–16.

Les appartenances collectives à l’hôpital, Ivan Sainsaulieu, Sociologie du travail, 48 (1), 2006, 72–87.

Social Pacts on the Road to EMU : A Comparison of the Italian and Polish Experiences, Guglielmo Meardi, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27 (6), 2006, 197–222.

Predicting Perceived Employability : Human Capital or Labour Market Opportunities ?, Erik Berntson, Magnus Sverke and Staffan Marklund, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27 (6), 2006, 223–244.

The Impact of Ownership on Psychosocial Working Conditions : A Multilevel Analysis of 60 Workplaces, Chatrine Höckertin and Annika Härenstam, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27 (6), 2006, 245–284.

From Welfare to Profit : The Transformation of a Trade Union-Owned Firm, Chris Warhurst and Asaf Darr, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27 (6), 2006, 285–310.

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

Work Return Rates after Childbirth in the UK – Trends, Determinants and Implications : A Comparison of Cohorts Born in 1958 and 1970, Deborah Smeaton, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 5–26.

Cost Competition or Innovation Competition ? Lessons from the Case of the BMW Plant Location in Leipzig, Germany, Ludger Pries, Transfer, 12 (1), 2006, 11–30.

Opportunities and Challenges for Flexicurity: The Danish Example, Thomas Bredgaard, Flemming Larsen and Per Kongshøj Madsen, Transfer, 12 (1), 2006, 61–82.

Vietnamese Manicurists : Are Immigrants Displacing Natives or Finding New Nails to Polish ? Maya N. Federman, David E. Harrington, and Kathy J. Krynski, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 302–318.

Metropolitan Wage Levels of Less-Educated Workers : 1986 to 1999, Todd Easton, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 119–146.

The Wage Stucture of Latino-Origin Groups across Generations, Richard Fry and B. Lindsay Lowell, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 147–168.

A Note on the Changes in the Relative Wages of LEP Hispanic Men between 1980 and 2000, Marie T. Mora and Alberto Dávila, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 169–172.

Output Pay and Ethnic Wage Differentials : Canadian Evidence, Tony Fang and John S. Heywood, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 173–194.

Minimum Wage Impacts from a Prespecified Research Design : Canada 1981–1997, Michele Campolieti, Morley Gunderson and Chris Riddell, Industrial Relations, 45 (2), 2006, 195–216.

Assessing the ‘Choosiness’ of Job-Seekers: An Exploratory Approach and Evidence for Italy, Ugo Trivellato and Anna Giraldo, Labour, 20 (1), 2006, 1–36.

University Quality and Labour Market Outcomes in Italy, Giorgio Di Pietro and Andrea Cutillo, Labour, 20 (1), 2006, 37–62.

Evaluating the Introduction of a National Minimum Wage : Evidence from a New Survey of Firms in Ireland, Donal O’Neill, Brian Nolan and James Williams, Labour, 20 (1), 2006, 63–90.

UK Wage Inequality : An Industry and Regional Perspective, Karl Taylor, Labour, 20 (1), 2006, 91–124.

Numéro spécial : « Les longues durées de travail: enjeux et conséquences », coordonné par François Michon, La Revue de l’IRES, 49 (3), 2005, 3–144.

Équité au travail / Equity at Work

Alternative and Parallel Carreer Paths for Women : The Case of Trade Union Participation, Gill Kirton, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 47–66.

A Test of Screening Discrimination with Employer Learning, Joshua C. Pinkston, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 267–284.

Gender Differences in Promotion on a Job Ladder : Evidence from Finnish Metalworkers, Tuomas Pekkarinen and Juhana Vartiainen, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 285–301.

Numéro spécial : « Salaires féminins, le point et l’appoint », coordonné par Monique Meron et Rachel Silvera, Travail, Genre et Sociétés, 15, 2006, 27–138. Salaires féminins, le point et l’appoint, Monique Meron et Rachel Silvera; Salaires et valeur du travail: l’entrée des femmes dans les industries mécaniques sous le sceau de l’inégalité en France et en Grande-Bretagne (1914–1920), Laura Lee Downs; Quand la variable « femme » ne sera plus significative dans les équations de gains…, Dominique Meurs et Sophie Ponthieux; Chronique juridique des inégalités de salaires entre les femmes et les hommes, Marie-Thérèse Lanquetin; Un salaire égal pour un emploi de valeur comparable, Séverine Lemière; L’argent du « ménage », qui paie quoi ?, Delphine Roy; Les paradoxes d’une satisfaction, ou comment les femmes jugent leur salaire, Christian Baudelot et Delphine Serre.

Mainstreaming Gender at the Social Partner Negotiating Table in Europe, Marianne Grünell, Transfer, 12 (1), 2006, 49–60.

Choice, Diversity and ‘False Consciousness’ in Women’s Careers, Val Caven, International Journal of Training and Development, 10 (1), 2006, 41–54.

Changes in Occupational Segregation by Gender and Race-Ethnicity in Healthcare : Implications for Policy and Union Practice, Hervé Queneau, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (1), 2006, 71–90.

Crowding Effects and Work Ethics, Sverre Grepperud and Pål Andreas Pedersen, Labour, 20 (1), 2006, 125–138.

Numéro spécial : « Au-delà du genre, l’insertion », coordonné par Michel Lallement, Formation Emploi, 93 (janvier–mars), 2006, 5–94. Introduction : Le genre des trajectoires, Michel Lallement; La ségrégation des hommes et des femmes dans les métiers : entre héritage scolaire et construction sur le marché du travail, Thomas Couppié et Dominique Epiphane; Les salaires des hommes et des femmes en début de vie active : des sources de disparité variables selon les professions, Thomas Couppié, Arnaud Dupray et Stéphanie Moullet; Au fur et à mesure qu’elles se construisent, les trajectoires professionnelles divergent entre les sexes : l’exemple belge, Claire Gavray; Égalité des chances ou des résultats : l’influence du genre, Philippe Lemistre; Les temps de l’insertion : Itinéraires de jeunes femmes de milieu populaire, Armelle Testenoire.

Santé et sécurité au travail / Health and Safety at Work

The Contemporary British Workplace : A Safer and Healthier Place ? Andrew Robinson and Clive Smallman, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (1), 2006, 87–108.

Pay Incentives and Truck Driver Safety : A Case Study, Daniel A. Rodríguez, Felipe Targa, and Micheal H. Belzer, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 205–225.

Risk Compensation for Hospital Workers : Evidence from Relative Wages of Janitors, Keith A. Bender, Hosne A. Mridha, and James Peoples, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 226–242.

L’entreprise et la fin du régime des accidents du travail et des maladies professionnelles, Rémi Pellet, Droit social, 4 (avril), 2006, 402–414.

Safety, Regulation and the Mining Industry, Neil Gunningham, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19 (1), 2006, 30–58.

Take me to your Employer : The Organisational Reach of Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, Richard Johnstone and Therese Wilson, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 19 (1), 2006, 59–80.

Études comparatives / Comparative Studies

Swimming Upstream, Floating Downstream : Comparing Women’s Relative Wage Progress in the United States and Denmark, Nabanita Datta Gupta, Ronald L. Oaxaca, and Nina Smith, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 59 (2), 2006, 243–266.

How Is the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Forum Developing ? Comparative Comments of APEC and Employment Relations, Greg J. Bamber, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 26 (4), 2005, 423–444.

Europeanisation and Regime Competition : Industrial Relations and EU Enlargement, Paul Marginson, Industrielle. Beziehungen, 13 (2), 2006, 97–117.

Who Are the Workers Who Never Joined a Union ? Empirical Evidence from Western and Eastern Germany, Claus Schnabel, Joachim Wagner, Industrielle Beziehungen, 13 (2), 2006, 118–131.