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Relations du travail / Labour Relations

Symposium: Federal Systems of Industrial Relations, Guest Editor: Greg Patmore, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (2), April 2009, 147–226. Introduction: Federal Systems of Industrial Relations, Greg Patmore; The Origins of Federal Industrial Relations Systems: Australia, Canada and the USA, Greg Patmore; Pragmatism, Principles and Policy: Federalism and Industrial Relations Regulation in Australia, Michael Lyons and Thomas Khoshaba; Jurisdictional Contests over the Regulation of Work: Evidence from the NSW Oil Refining Sectors, 1976–80, Mark Westcott; National and Provincial Influences on Public Sector Pay: Northern Ireland after 1945, Boyd Black.

The Psychological Impact of Industrial Strikes: Does Involvement in Union Activity during Strikes Make a Difference?, Jane L. Fowler, Amanda J. Gudmundsson and Leanne M. Whicker, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (2), April 2009, 227–244.

“Grievance Gravy Train Picking up Speed”: Myths and Reality around Employment Disputes in New Zealand, Boaz Shulruf, Bernard Woodhams, Christina Howard, Roopali Jobri and Beven Yee, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (2), April 2009, 245–261.

Comités d’entreprise et syndicats : quelles relations ?, Christian Dufour et Adelheid Hege, La Revue de l’IRES, 59 (4), 2008, 3–40.

Collective Bargaining and New Work Regimes: “Too Important to Be Left to Bosses”, Patricia Findlay, Alan McKinlay, Abigail Marks and Paul Thompson, Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (3), May 2009, 235–251.

Still Married after All These Years? Union Organizing and the Role of Works Councils in German Industrial Relations, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (3), April 2009, 275–293.

Does Membership Pay off for Covered Workers? A Distributional Analysis of the Free Rider Problem, Ozkan Eren, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (3), April 2009, 367–380.

Partnership Agreement Adoption and Survival in the British Private and Public Sectors, Nicolas Bacon and Peter Samuel, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 231–248.

Work Choices, Image Choices and the Marketing of New Industrial Relations Legislation, Janis Bailey, Keith Townsend and Edwina Luck, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 285–304.

Le volet social des restructurations d’entreprises: évolution de la négociation collective en Allemagne, en France et en Italie, Guido Boni, Revue internationale du Travail, 148 (1/2), juin 2009, 71–96.

Organisations syndicales et patronales / Union and Employer Organizations

European Works Councils: Identity and the Role of Information and Communication Technology, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 15 (2), June 2009, 167–186.

Les pratiques syndicales innovantes : le cas de l’action sur l’emploi, Marc Lapotre, La Revue de l’IRES, 59 (4), 2008, 101–128.

Recruiting and Organising Migrant Workers through Education and Training: A Comparison of Community and the GMB, Jason Heyes, Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (3), May 2009, 182–197.

Institutions and Activism: Crisis and Opportunity for a German Labor Movement in Decline, Lowell Turner, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (3), April 2009, 294–312.

Trade Union Learning Representatives: Progressing Partnership?, Catherine Cassell and Bill Lee, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 213–230.

Droit du travail / Labour Law

The Enactment of the Labor Contract Act: Its Significance and Future Issues, Ryuichi Yamakawa, Japan Labor Review, 6 (2), Spring 2009, 4–21.

A New Departure in the Japanese Minimum Wage Legislation, Hiroya Nakakubo, Japan Labor Review, 6 (2), Spring 2009, 22–38.

Balanced Treatment and Bans on Discrimination – Significance and Issues of the Revised Part-Time Work Act, Michiyo Morozumi, Japan Labor Review, 6 (2), Spring 2009, 39–55.

The Amendment of the Employment Measure Act: Japanese Anti-Age Discrimination Law, Ryoko Sakuraba, Japan Labor Review, 6 (2), Spring 2009, 56–75.

Special Issue: Religion in the Workplace, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 30 (3), Spring 2009, 465–654. Foreword, Fouad A. Riad; Religion and the Workplace: A Social Science Perspective, Kenneth D. Wald. Country Studies: Canada: God at Work: Religion in the Workplace and the Limits of Pluralism in Canada, Lorne Sossin; France: Labor Law and Religion, François Gaudu; Germany: Religious Expression in the Workplace: The Case of the Federal Republic of Germany, Achim Seifert; Turkey: Islam Outfits in the Workplace in Turkey, a Muslim Majority Country, Nurhan Süral; United Kingdom: Religious Expression in the Workplace in the United Kingdom, Mark Freedland and Lucy Vickers; United States: Religion in the Workplace: A Report on the Layers of Relevant Law in the United States, William W. Van Alstyne; Afterword: Orare/Laborare, Alain Supiot.

A Question of Balance: Labor’s New Vision for Workplace Regulation, Andrew Stewart, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 22 (1), March 2009, 3–50.

Neither Simple nor Fair – Restricting Legal Representation before Fair Work Australia, Mark Mourell and Craig Cameron, Australian Journal of Labour Law, 22 (1), March 2009, 51–72.

Numéro spécial: La rénovation de la démocratie sociale, Droit social, 6, juin 2009, 627–698. À propos de la rénovation de la démocratie sociale, Bernard Teyssié; La représentativité syndicale, Françoise Favennec-Héry; Les représentants des syndicats dans l’entreprise, Bernard Gauriau; Les élections professionnelles dans l’entreprise, Pierre-Yves Verkindt; La négociation dans les entreprises pourvues de délégués syndicaux, Jean-François Cesaro; La négociation des accords d’entreprise en l’absence de délégué syndical, Antoine Mazeaud; L’articulation des normes sociales à travers les branches, Patrick Morvan; Rapport de synthèse, Jean-Michel Olivier.

L’« externalisation » du droit du travail, Antonio Ojeda Avilés, Revue internationale du Travail, 148 (1/2), Juin 2009, 49–70.

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

Uncovering Divergence: Management Attitudes towards HRM Practices and Works Council Presence in German SMEs, Markus Helfen and Elke S. Schuessler, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (2), May 2009, 207–240.

Trust, Employer Exposure and the Employment Relation, Theo Nichols, Andy Danford and Ali C. Tasiran, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (2), May 2009, 241–265.

Organizational Ethics Education and Training: A Review of Best Practices and their Application, Leslie E. Sekerka, International Journal of Training and Development, 13 (2), June 2009, 77–95.

Non-union Employee Representation: Exploring the Riddle of Managerial Strategy, Peter Butler, Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (3), May 2009, 198–214.

Engaging the Professional: Organising Call Centre Agents in India, Ernesto Noronha and Premilla D’Cruz, Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (3), May 2009, 215–234.

Has Japan’s Long-Term Employment Practice Survived? Developments since the 1990s, Satoshi Shimizutani and Izumi Yokoyama, Industrial and Labor Relations Review¸ 62 (3), April 2009, 313–326.

Do Financial Bonuses Reduce Employee Absenteeism? Evidence from a Lottery, Wolter H.J. Hassink and Pierre Koning, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (3), April 2009, 327–342.

Sociologie du travail / Sociology of Work

Innovation, Working Conditions and Industrial Relations: Evidence for a Local Production System, Davide Antonioli, Massimiliano Mazzanti and Paolo Pini, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (2), May 2009, 157–181.

Balancing the Democracy Dilemmas: Experiences of Three Women Workers’ Cooperatives in Hong Kong, Catherine W. Ng and Evelyn Ng, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (2), May 2009, 182–206.

Is Disability Disabling in All Workplaces? Workplace Disparities and Corporate Culture, Lisa Schur, Douglas Kruse, Joseph Blasi, and Peter Blanck, Industrial Relations, 48 (3), July 2009, 381–410.

Entrepreneurship and Institution-Building in an Emerging Field: The Case of Childminding, Ian Greener, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 305–322.

The Knowledge Economy and the Restructuring of Employment: The Case of Consultants, Rory Donnelly, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 323–342.

The Vulnerable Worker in Britain and Problems at Work, Anna Pollert and Andy Charlwood, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 343–362.

The Actuary as Fallen Hero: On the Reform of a Profession, David Collins, Ian Dewing and Peter Russell, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 249–266.

Professional Competition and Modernizing the Clinical Workforce in the NHS, Graeme Currie, Rachael Finn and Graham Martin, Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2), June 2009, 267–284.

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

Special Edition on 100 Years of Minimum Wage Regulation, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 47 (2), June 2009, 205–443. One Hundred Years of British Minimum Wage Legislation, Simon Deakin and Francis Green; Curse or Cure? Why Was the Enactment of Britain’s 1909 Trade Boards Act so Controversial? Sheila C. Blackburn; The Trade Boards Act of 1909 and the Alleviation of Household Poverty, Jessica S. Bean and George R. Boyer, Minimum Wage Regulation under Devolution in Northern Ireland, Boyd Black; Nothing New under the Sun: The Prescience of W.S. Sanders’ 1906 Fabian Tract, David Metcalf; Promoting Labour Market Efficiency and Fairness through a Legal Minimum Wage: The Webbs and the Social Cost of Labour, Bruce E. Kaufman; The Productivity-Enhancing Impacts of the Minimum Wage: Lessons from Denmark and New Zealand, Colm McLaughin; The Role of the State in Balancing the Minimum Wage in Turkey and the USA, Rüya Gokhan Koçer and Jelle Visser; Minimum Wage Impacts on Older Workers: Longitudinal Estimates from Canada, Tony Fang and Morley Gunderson; Minimum Wages and Youth Employment: Evidence from the Finnish Retail Trade Sector, Petri Böckerman and Roope Uusitalo; Publication Selection Bias in Minimum-Wage Research? A Meta-Regression Analysis, Hristos Doucouliagos and T.D. Stanley; The Process of Fixing the British National Minimum Wage, 1997–2007, William Brown.

Demand, Control and its Relationship with Job Mobility among Young Workers, Elsy Verhofstadt, Hans De Witte and Eddy Omey, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (2), May 2009, 266–293.

Older Married Workers and Nonstandard Jobs: The Effects of Health and Health Insurance, Jeffrey B. Wenger and Jeremy Reynolds, Industrial Relations, 48 (3), July 2009, 410–431.

Earnings and Occupational Attainment among Immigrants, Barry R. Chiswick and Paul W. Miller, Industrial Relations, 48 (3), July 2009, 454–465.

Endogenous Contracts in Unionized Oligopoly, Dusanee Kesavayuth and Vasileios Zikos, Labour, 23 (2), June 2009, 209–236.

Effects of Changes in the Unemployment Insurance Eligibility Requirements on Job Duration: Swedish Evidence, Pathric Hägglund, Labour, 23 (2), June 2009, 237–256.

Analysing the Gender Wage Gap (GWP) Using Personnel Records, Christian Pfeifer and Tatjana Sohr, Labour, 23 (2), June 2009, 257–282.

The Structure of Wages by Firm Size: A Comparison of Canada and the USA, Labour, 23 (2), June 2009, 283–318.

Labour Market Dualism and Industrial Relations in Europe, José Aleman, Industrial Relations Journal, 40 (3), May 2009, 252–272.

Using Local Labor Market Data to Re-Examine the Employment Effects of the Minimum Wage, Jefferey P. Thompson, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (3), April 2009, 343–366.

La main-d’oeuvre mondiale à l’horizon 2030 : une synthèse du rapport Vigie 2008 de Futuribles International, Céline Laisney, Futuribles, 352, mai 2009, 5–24.

Les limites de l’Europe sociale : concilier respect de la diversité et intégration des politiques sociales, Jean-Claude Barbier, Futuribles, 352, mai 2009, 51–68.

Numéro spécial: Les Mondes du Travail, 7, juin 2009, 25–102. Mondes des migrants, mondes du travail. Introduction, Denis Blot et Alain Maillar; Les migrations internationales vues de l’Europe, Maks Banens; Flux migratoires en temps de récession. Les migrants polonais dans l’Irlande en crise, Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Elaine Moriarty, Justyna Salamoska, James Wickham; Travailleurs immigrés et invalidité: une condition (toujours) problématique en Suisse, Cristina Ferreira; Travailleurs sans papiers: la précarité interdite, ASPLAN; Travail invisible dans un secteur de relégation: la double condition des nettoyeuses de bureaux, Fabienne Scandella; Le racisme au travail à Bruxelles et à Londres: un effet de la précarisation, Nouria Ouali.

Crise mondiale, emplois et protection sociale, Joseph Stiglitz, Revue internationale du Travail, 148 (1/2), juin 2009, 1–14.

Travailler plus pour gagner plus? Les avis partagés des Européens, Lucie Davoine et Dominique Méda, Revue internationale du Travail, 148 (1/2), juin 2009, 15–48.

Gains des femmes ayant des enfants et des femmes sans enfant, Xuelin Zhang, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 21 (2), été 2009, 7–16.

La situation récente du marché du travail au Canada et aux États-Unis, Vincent Ferrao, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 21 (2), été 2009, 17–22.

La semaine du travail de la famille, Katherine Marshall, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 21 (2), été 2009, 23–34.

L’emploi chez les personnes ayant une incapacité, Diane Galarneau et Marian Radulescu, L’emploi et le revenu en perspective, 21 (2), été 2009, 35–46.

Earnings of Women with and without Children, Xuelin Zhang, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 21 (2), Summer 2009, 5–14.

The Recent Labour Market in Canada and the United States, Vincent Ferrao, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 21 (2), Summer 2009, 15–20.

The Family Work Week, Katherine Marshall, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 21 (2), Summer 2009, 21–30.

Rethinking the Regulation of Vulnerable Work in the USA: A Sector-based Approach, David Weil, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (3), June 2009, 411–430.

Employment among the Disabled, Diane Galarneau and Marian Radulescu, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 21 (2), Summer 2009, 31–42.

Persistent Australian Gender Wage Inequality 1990 to 2003: Stakeholders’ Views of Why and How, Christine Short and Margaret Nowak, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (2), April 2009, 262–278.

Études comparatives et mondialisation / Comparative Studies and Globalization

Varieties of Multinationals: Adapting Employment Practices in Central Eastern Europe, Guglielmo Meardi, Paul Marginson, Michael Fichter, Marcin Frybes, Miroslav Stanojevic, and Andras Toth, Industrial Relations, 48 (3), July 2009, 489–511.

Engaging with Variable Pay: A Comparative Study of the Metal Industry, Kristine Nergraad, Jon Erik Dolvik, Paul Marginson, Juan Arasanz Diaz and Barbara Bechter, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 15 (2), June 2009, 125–146.

The Evolution of Social Pacts in the EMU Era: What Type of Institutionalization?, David Natali and Philippe Pochet, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 15 (2), June 2009, 147–166.

International Cooperation, Transnational Restructuring and Virtual Networking in Europe, Valeria Pulignano, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 15 (2), June 2009, 187–206.

The Indian Industrial Relations System: Struggling to Address the Dynamics of a Globalizing Economy, Elizabeth Hill, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (3), June 2009, 395–410.

Généralités / General

Special Issue: Lisbon: A Failed Strategy or Still Relevant for the Future? Transfer, 15 (1), Spring 2009, 21–146. Introduction, Philippe Pochet and Jean-Yves Boulin; The Lisbon Strategy and Structural Reforms in Europe, Bruno Amable, Lilas Demmou and Ivan Ledezma; The Battle of Ideas in the European Field: The Combat to Defeat Unemployment and the Struggle to Give it a Name, Amparo Serrano Pascual; Participation through the Lisbon Strategy: Comparing the European Employment Strategy and Pensions OMC, David Natali and Caroline de la Porte; Functionalism vs Westphalia: The Looking Glass of Employment Policy, George Ross; The Lisbon Strategy a Decade On: A Critical Review of a Multi-Disciplinary Literature, David Natali; Some Tentative Conclusions, Philippe Pochet, Jean-Yves Boulin and Christian Dufour.

Special Issue: Journal of Industrial Relations, 51 (3), June 2009, 285–394. Forward with Fairness? Industrial Relations under Labor in 2008, Rae Cooper; Industrial Legislation in 2008, Carolyn Sutherland; Labour Markets and Wages in 2008, Alison Preston and Therese Jefferson; Women, Work and Industrial Relations in 2008, Marian Baird and Sue Williamson; Employer Matters in 2008, Bruce Hearn Mackinnon; Unions and Collective Bargaining in 2008, Cathy Brigden; Major Tribunal Decisions in 2008, Joseph Catanzariti and Simon Brown.