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Sélection : Claudine Leclerc, Département des relations industrielles, Université Laval.

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Relations du travail / Labour Relations

Special Edition on New Actors in Industrial Relations, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 44 (4), 2006, 601–756. New Actors in Industrial Relations, Edmund Heery and Carola Frege; Strength in Networks : Employment Rights Organizations and the Problem of Co-Ordination, Charles Heckscher and Françoise Carré; Community Organizing and Employee Representation, Paul Osterman; The Union Avoidance Industry in the United States, John Logan; The Role of Workplace Chaplains in Industrial Relations : Evidence from Australia, Grant Michelson; Fighting for Life : South African HIV/AIDS Peer Educators as a New Industrial Relations Actor ? David Dickinson; The Ascendancy of Employment Arbitrators in US Employment Relations : A New Actor in the American System ? Ronald L. Seeber and David B. Lipsky.

Collective Bargaining and Wage Dispersion in Europe, Carlo Dell’Aringa and Laura Pagani, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 29–54.

Vertical Disintegration and the Disorganization of German Industrial Relations, Virginia Doellgast and Ian Greer, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 55–76.

Collective Bargaining as Industrial Democracy : Hugh Clegg and the Political Foundations of British Industrial Relations Pluralism, Peter Ackers, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 77–102.

Trade Unions and Political Participation in the European Union : Still Providing a Democratic Dividend ?, Daryl D’Art and Thomas Turner, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 103–126.

We Provoked Business Students to Unionize : Using Deception to Prove an IR Point, Daphne Taras and Piers Steel, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 179–198.

Are Works Councils and Joint Consultative Committees a Threat to Trade Unions ? A Comparative Analysis, Chris Brewster, Geoff Wood, Richard Croucher and Michael Brookes, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 28 (1), 2007, 49–77.

Trade Union Recognition in Britain : An Emerging Crisis for Trade Unions, Gregor Gall, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 28 (1), 2007, 49–77.

Union Density and Determinants of Union Membership in 18 EU Countries : Evidence from Micro Data, 2002/03, Claus Schnabel and Joachim Wagner, Industrial Relations Journal, 38 (1), 2007, 5–32.

Organisations syndicales et patronales / Union and Employer Organizations

Unions Facing the Future : Questions and Possibilities, Peter Fairbrother and Glynne Williams with Ruth Barton, Enrico Gibellieri, and Andrea Tropeol, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (4), 2007, 31–54.

State Intervention and Trade Unions in New Zealand, Michael Barry and Pat Walsh, Labor Studies Journal, 31 (4), 2007, 55–78.

International Patterns of Union Membership, David G. Blanchflower, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 1–28.

Droit du travail / Labour Law

Special Section on “Administering Labour Law-Papers from the Annual UWO Labour Law Conference, 2005 (Part 2)”, Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal, 12 (3), 2005, 271–466. Foreword, Michael Lynk & John Craig; Labour Law and Administrative Law; Still the Tail that Wags the Dog?, David J. Mullan; Future Tense: Some Thoughts about Labour Law Reform, Beth Bilson; Reflections on Tripartism and Labour Law Reform, Brian W. Burkett; The Limitations of Pieces of Paper: A Role for Social Science in Labour Law, Sara Slinn; Using Social Science Research Methods to Evaluate the Efficacy of Union Certification Procedures, Chris Riddell; Improving Legislative Protection for Non-Standards Workers: Recommendations Based on the Experience in Québec, Jean Bernier; The Expanding Scope of Labour Arbitration: Mainstreaming Human Rights Values and Remedies, Fay Faraday; Determining Human Rights Issues in the Unionized Workplace: The Case for Exclusive Arbitrail Jurisdiction, Peter A. Gall, Andrea L. Zwack and Kate Bayne.

Employment, Family and the Law in Finland, Antti Suviranta, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 27 (4), 2006, 437–450.

Employment, the Family, and the Law : Current Problems in Germany, Marlene Schmidt, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 27 (4), 2006, 451–486.

Work, Family, and the Law in Israel, Mordehai (Moti) Mironi, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 27 (4), 2006, 487–512.

Special Protection, Equality, and Beyond: Working Life and Parenthood Under Japanese Labor Law, Michiyo Morozumi, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 27 (4), 2006, 513–532.

Droit du travail et TIC (1), Jean-Emmanuel Ray, Droit Social, no 2, février 2007, 140.

Le raisonnable en droit du travail, Lucien Flament, Droit social, no 1, 2007, 16.

Télétravail au domicile. Confusion des lieux et distinction des temps, Audrey Probst, Droit social, no 12, 2006, 1109–1116.

Réflexions sur l’utilisation de contrats de travail à des fins anticoncurrentielles, Laetitia Driguez, Droit social, no 12, 2006, 1126–1135.

L’émergence d’un concept juridique : l’accompagnement dans l’emploi, Franck Petit, Droit social, no 12, 2006, 1136–1150.

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

Complementarities in Organizational Dispute Resolution Systems: How System Characteristics Affect In-dividuals’ Conflict Experiences, Corinne Bendersky, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 60 (2), 2007, 204–224.

Numéro spécial : « Prévenir et résoudre les conflits en milieu de travail », Gestion, 31 (4), 2007, D7–D47. Introduction, Jean Poitras; Le partenariat patronal-syndical et la gestion des conflits : les rôles clés des représentants, Mario Roy, Denis Harrisson et Victor Y. Haines III; Prévenir les conflits liés à la diversité : l’interculturel comme pratique de gestion, Sébastien Arcand; Albert avait raison, Hélène Wavroch; La prévention du harcèlement psychologique au-delà des politiques organisationnelles, Solange Pronovost; Le harcèlement psychologique : réflexions d’un médiateur, Jean-Marc Gauthier; Gérer les résistances à la médiation, Arnaud Stimec; Le gestionnaire peut-il faire office de médiateur pour résoudre un conflit ?, Jean Poitras.

Sociologie du travail / Sociology of Work

Union Democracy and Shopfloor Mobilization : Social Movement Unionism in South African Auto and Clothing Plants, Philip Hirschsohn, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 28 (1), 2007, 6–48.

Habitus and The Practice of Public Service, Peggy McDonough, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (4), 2006, 629–648.

A Retreat from Permanent Employment ? Accounting for the Rise of Professional Agency Work in UK Public Services, Ian Kirkpatrick and Kim Hoque, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (4), 2006, 649–666.

Understanding Assistant Roles in Social Care, Ian Kessler, Stephen Bach and Paul Heron, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (4), 2006, 667–686.

Examining the Disciplinary Process in Nursing : A Case Study Approach, Hannah Cooke, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (4), 2006, 687–708.

Origin, Employment Status and At-titudes Towards Work : Immigrants in Vancouver, Canada, Harald Bauder, Work, Employment and Society, 20 (4), 2006, 709–730.

Le sens du travail dans un contexte de dérégulation : le cas des cadres d’entreprise, Olivier Cousin, Recherches sociologiques et anthropologiques, 37 (2), 2006, 141–164.

Généalogie et évolution de la catégorie de « cadre » en Italie, Ferrucio Ricciardi, Sociologie du travail, 48 (4), octobre-décembre 2006, 509–524.

Le contrôle du travail par les ouvriers : analyses à partir d’observations participantes, Christophe Brochier, Sociologie du travail, 48 (4), 2006, 525–544.

De l’indocilité au travail d’une fraction des jeunesses populaires. Les apprentis et la culture ouvrière, Prisca Kergoat, Sociologie du travail, 48 (4), 2006, 545–560.

Experiencing Part-Time Work: Temporal Tensions, Social Relations and the Work-Family Interface, Janet Walsh, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 155–178.

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

Efficacité de l’aide à la recherche d’emploi : évaluation d’un programme russe visant les familles à très faible revenu, Raymond Struyk et Kirill Chagin, Revue internationale du Travail, 145 (3), 2006, 251–272.

Numéro spécial : « Les salaires minima, enjeu international », Chronique Internationale de l’IRES, no 106, novembre 2006, 3–135.

Crime and Labour Market Opportunities in Italy (1993-2002), Paolo Buonanno, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 20 (4), 2006, 601–624.

Wage Commitment, Signalling, and Entry Deterrence of Accommodation, Rupayan Pal and Bibhas Saha, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 20 (4), 2006, 625–650.

Do Works Councils Inhibit Investment? John T. Addison, Thorsten Schank, Claus Schnabel, and Joachim Wagner, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 60 (2), 2007, 187–203.

Families, Human Capital, and Small Business : Evidence from the Characteristics of Business Owners Survey, Robert W. Fairlie and Alicia Robb, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 60 (2), 2007, 225–245.

Trade Protection and Industry Wages in India, Puja Vasudeva Dutta, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 60 (2), 2007, 268–286.

The Core-Age Labour Force, Jacqueline Luffman, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 18 (4), 2006, 7–13.

Earnings Instability, René Morissette and Yuri Ostrovsky, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 18 (4), 2006, 14–25.

Training Through the Ages, Cathy Underhill, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 18 (4), 2006, 26–36.

Le principal groupe d’âge actif, Jacqueline Luffman, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 18 (4), 2006, 7–14.

L’instalibilité des gains, René Morissette et Yuri Ostrovsky, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 18 (4), 2006, 15–27.

La formation à différents âges, Cathy Underhill, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 18 (4), 2006, 28–39.

New Look at Long-Term Labor Force Projections to 2050, Mitra Toossi, Monthly Labor Review, 129 (11), 2006, 19–39.

Évolution du marché du travail, assurance sociale et couverture médicale de la population en Amérique latine : problèmes et lignes d’action, Carmelo Mesa-Lago, Revue internationale de sécurité sociale, 60 (1), 2007, 3–37.

L’universalisme ou le ciblage : la vulnérabilité de l’assurance sociale et de la protection du revenu minimum sous condition de ressources dans 18 pays, 1990-2002, Revue internationale de sécurité sociale, 60 (1), 2007, 38-66.

Large Employers and Apprenticeship Training in Britain, Paul Ryan, Howard Gospel and Paul Lewis, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 127–154.

Do Benefit Hikes Damage Job Finding? Evidence from Swedish Unemployment Insurance Reforms, Helge Bennmarker, Kenneth Carling and Bertil Holmlund, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 21 (1), 2007, 85–120.

Entrepreneurship and Intergenerational Links in Switzerland, Jean-Marc Falter, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 21 (1), 2007, 121–134.

The Burden of Labour Costs in Mexico, Gabriel Montes Rojas, Mauricio Santamaría, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 21 (1), 2007, 157–188.

Équité au travail / Equity at Work

Do New Male and Female College Graduates Receive Unequal Pay? Judith A. McDonald and Robert J. Thornton, The Journal of Human Resources, 42 (1), 2007, 32–48.

Is There a Glass Ceiling over Europe ? Exploring the Gender Pay Gap across the Wage Distribution, Wiji Arulampalam, Alison L. Booth, and Mark L. Bryan, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 60 (2), 2007, 163–186.

Études comparatives et mondialisation / Comparative Studies and Globalization

Éducation Ouvrière, « Les dossiers sectoriels de la mondialisation », 142 (1), 2006, 1–86.

Union Density and Determinants of Union Membership in 18 EU Countries: Evidence from Micro Data, 2002-03, Claus Schnabel and Joachim Wagner, Industrial Relations Journal, 38 (1), 2007, 5–32.

Special Issue: “Jobs on the Move: The Challenges of Relocation”, Transfer, 12 (4), 2006, 499–620. Relocation : Concepts, Facts and Policy Challenges, Béla Galgóczi, Maarten Keune and Andrew Watt; FDI Patterns and Trends in Central and Eastern Europe with Particular Regard to the New Member States, Gábor Hunya and Béla Galgóczi; The Rise of China as an Economic Power : What Impact on the EU Economy and Labour Markets ? Andew Watt; Strike Action to Save the Life of a Plant is followed by its ‘Honourable Death’ : The Conflict at EAG in Nuremberg, Ingrid Artus; Laboratories of the New Europe : Trade Unions, Employee Interest Representation and Participation in Foreign Investment Enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe, Eckhard Voss; The Competitiveness and Diverse Performance of National Economies, Pascal Petit; The Relevance of the Exit Option : The Challenge for European Trade Unions of Post-Fordism, Internationalisation of the Economy and Financial Market Capitalism, Jürgen Hoffmann.

Les conséquences sociales de la mondialisation dans les pays en développement, Eddy Lee et Marco Vivarelli, Revue internationale du Travail, 145 (3), 2006, 191–210.

Accords de libre-échange et droits des travailleurs : évolution récente, Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry et Eric Gravel, Revue internationale du Travail, 145 (3), 2006, 211–234.

La Commission d’experts pour l’application des conventions et recommandations et les progrès des législations nationales, Isabelle Boivin et Alberto Odero, Revue internationale du Travail, 145 (3), 2006, 235–250.

International Patterns of Union Membership, David G. Blanchflower, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1), 2007, 1–28.

Généralités / General

Special Issue : « Symposium : Trends in Intergenerational Mobility », Industrial Relations. A Journal of Economy & Society, 46 (1), 2007, 1–170. Editor’s Introduction : Trends in Intergenerational Mobility, Bhashkar Mazumder; The Growing Importance of Family : Evidence from Brother’s Earnings, David I. Levine and Bhashkar Mazumder; Trends in the Intergenerational Elasticity of Family Income in the United States, Tom Hertz; Intergenerational Mobility and Interracial Inequality : The Return to Family Values, Patrick L. Mason; Differences across Cohorts in Finnish Intergenerational Income Mobility, Sari Pekkala and Robert E. B. Lucas; Trends in Intergenerational Mobility across Offspring’s Earnings Distribution in Norway, Espen Bratberg, Øivind Anti Nilsen, and Kjell Vaage; Growth, Industrialization, and the Intergenerational Correlation of Advantage, David I. Levine and Jon R. Jellema.