Vous êtes sur la nouvelle plateforme d’Érudit. Bonne visite! Retour à l’ancien site

Publications récentesRecent Publications

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

Corps de l’article

Relations du travail / Labour Relations

Négociation collective transnationale : réflexions à partir des accords-cadres internationaux du groupe ArcelorMittal, Marie-Ange Moreau, Droit social, 1, janvier 2009, 93–102.

The Effect of Unionism on Accidents in U.S. Coal Mining, 1897–1929, William M. Boal, Industrial Relations, 48 (1), January 2009, 97–120.

Opportunities and Challenges of EU Accession: Industrial Relations in Romania, Aurora Trif, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 461–478.

Social Pacts, Collective Bargaining and Trade Union Articulation Strategies, Oscar Molina, Transfer, 14 (3), 2008, 399–418.

Why and How are Some Strikes More Successful than Others? Evidence from the Korean Banking Sector, Chun-II Choi, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 467–491.

Community Unions in Japan: Similarities and Differences of Region-based Labour Movements between Japan and Other Industrialized Countries, Akira Suzuki, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 492-520.

Paradoxical Patterns of Part-Time Employment in Denmark?, Jens Lind and Erling Rasmussen, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 521–540.

How Successful Have Trade Unions Been? A Utility-Based Indicator of Union Well-Being, John Pencavel, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (2), January 2009, 147-156.

NLRB Elections versus Card Check Campaigns: Results of a Worker Survey, Adrienne E. Eaton and Jill Kriesky, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (2), January 2009, 157–172.

Institutional Environments, Work and Human Resource Practices, and Unions: Canada vs. England, John Godard, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (2), January 2009, 173–199.

Organisations syndicales et patronales / Union and Employer Organizations

The Legacy of Racism: A Case Study of Continuing Racial Impediments to Union Effectiveness, Bruce Nissen and Sherman Henry, Labor Studies Journal, 33 (4), December 2008, 349–370.

How Good Men of the Union Justify Inequality: Dilemmas of Race and Labor in the Building Trades, Kris Paap, Labor Studies Journal, 33 (4), December 2008, 371–392.

Occupational and Residential Segregation: The Confluence of Two Systems of Inequality, Niki Dickerson, Labor Studies Journal, 33 (4), December 2008, 393–411.

Online Collaborative Learning for Labor Education, Marc Bélanger, Labor Studies Journal, 33 (4), December 2008, 412–430.

Finding their Voice: The Struggle of the Illinois Court Reporters to Win Union Recognition, John Lund, Neill DeClercq and Michael Childers, Labor Studies Journal, 33 (4), December 2008, 431–452.

The Eyes of the Needles: A Sequential Model of Union Organizing Drives, 1999–2004, John-Paul Ferduson, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (1), October 2008, 3-21.

Union Membership and Political Inclusion, Roland Zullo, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62 (1), October 2008, 22–38.

Multi-unionism and the Representation of Sectional Interests in British Workplaces, Gregor Gall, Industrielle Beziehungen, 15 (4), 2008, 356–375.

Financial Participation of Employees in the European Union: Much Ado about Nothing? Christian Welz and Enrique Fernandez-Macias, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 479-496.

Overstretching Solidarity? Trade Unions' National Perspectives on the European Economic and Social Model, Marius R. Busemeyer, Christian Kellermann, Alexander Petring and Andrej Stuchlik, Transfer, 14 (3), 2008, 435–452.

Renewed Trade Union Militancy in Belgium? An Analysis Based on Expenditure from the Strike Fund (CWK/ACV) during the Period 1974–2004, Albert Martens and Valeria Pulignano, Economic and industrial democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 437–466.

Droit du travail / Labour Law

Le droit du travail et la famille, Kiteri Garcia, Droit social, 1, Janvier 2009, 12–21.

Actualité des TIC – Rapports collectifs de travail, Jean-Emmanuel Ray, Droit social, 1, Janvier 2009, 22–37.

La Commission des lésions professionnelles, la Charte et l'interprétation des conventions collectives : un trio à redéfinir! Analyse critique de la décision Gauthier c. Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys, Denis Nadeau, Revue générale de droit, 38 (1), 2008, 161–178.

L'obligation de « reclassement » à la lumière de la notion d'« accommodement raisonnable » du droit canadien, Sophie Fantoni-Quinton et Anne-Marie Laflamme, Droit social, 2, février 2009, 215–220.

Special Issue on Labour Law and the Global Workplace. Papers from the Annual UWO Labour Law Conference, 2006, Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal, 14 (2), 2008, 123-269. Foreword; Labour Law and the Future of Social Europe, Manfred Weiss; Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Standards in Europe: Lessons from the European Social Model, Hazel Oliver; Global Labour Policy as Social Policy, Kerry Rittich; A Many-Headed Dragon: Growing Pluralism in Labour Policy and Regulation in China, Anil Verma, Jing Wang & Stephen Frost.

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

Moral Hazard, Transaction Costs and the Reform of Public Service Employment Relations, Lorenzo Bordogna, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 381–400.

Special issue: “High Performance Work Systems”, Guest editors: Paul Stewart and Andy Danford, New Technology, Work and Employment, 23 (3), November 2008, 146–228. Editorial: Union Strategies and Worker Engagement with New Forms of Work and Employment, Paul Stewart and Andy Danford; Partnership, High Performance Work Systems and Quality of Working Life, Andy Danford, Mike Richardson, Paul Stewart, Stephanie Tailby and Martin Upchurch; Pressurised Partnership: A Case of Perishable Compromise in Contested Terrain, Jean Jenkins; Organised Industrial Relations in the Information Economy: The German Automotive Sector as a Test Case, Ian Greer; Collective and Individual Forms of Resistance in a Public-Private Partnership: A Case Study of National Savings and Investments, Andrew Smith; The Limits of High Performance Work Systems in Unionised Craft-based Work Settings, Job McBride.

An Empirical Study of Bureaucratic and Post-Bureaucratic Characteristics in 90 Workplaces, Malin Bolin and Annika Härenstam, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 541–564.

Sociologie du travail / Sociology of Work

Knowledge and the Discourse of Labour Process Transformation : Nurses and the Case of NHS Direct for England, Chris Smith, Raffaella Valsecchi, Frank Mueller and Jonathan Gabe, Work, Employment and Society, 22 (4), December 2008, 581–600.

“Doing Things Right” or “Doing the Right Things”? Call Centre Migrations and Dimensions of Knowledge, Diane van den Broek, Work, Employment and Society, 22 (4), December 2008, 601–614.

The Next Division of Labour: Work Skills in Australian and Indian Call Centres, Bob Russell and Mohan Thite, Work, Employment and Society, 22 (4), December 2008, 615–634.

Idealism and the Applied Relevance of Research on Employee Participation, Martin Beirne, Work, Employment and Society, 22 (4), December 2008, 675–694.

Moral Hazard, Transaction Costs and the Reform of Public Service Employment Relations, Lorenzo Bordogna, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 381–400.

European Sectoral Social Dialogue: An Analyt-ical Framework, Evelyne Léonard, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 401–420.

Patterns of Contract Motives and Work Involvement in Temporary Work: Relationships to Work-Related and General Well-Being, Claudia Bernhard-Oettel, Kerstin Isaksson and Katalin Bellaagh, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 29 (4), November 2008, 565–591.

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

Towards a European Minimum Wage Policy? Fair Wages and Social Europe, Thorsten Schulten, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 421–440.

Labour Mobility and Wage Dumping: The Case of Norway, Kristin Alsos and Line Eldring, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 14 (4), December 2008, 441–460.

Les perspectives d'un marché du travail européen, Florence Lefresne, Futuribles, 347, Décembre 2008, 5–24.

Trade Unions, Wage Bargaining Coordination, and Foreign Direct Investment, Roxana Radulescu and Martin Robson, Labour, 22 (4), December 2008, 661–678.

Tendances de l'emploi et de la rémunération de 2002 à 2007, Jane Lin, L'emploi et le revenu en perspective, 20 (4), Hiver 2008, 7–18.

L'emploi dans les métiers spécialisés, Wendy Pyper, L'emploi et le revenu en perspective, 20 (4), Hiver 2008, 19–30.

Mobilité interprovinciale et gains, André Bernard, Ross Finnie et Benoît St-Jean, L'emploi et le revenu en perspective, 20 (4), Hiver 2008, 30–43.

Emploi de transition, Benoît-Paul Hébert et May Luong, L'emploi et le revenu en perspective, 20 (4), Hiver 2008, 44–52.

Trends in Employment and Wages, 2002 to 2007, Jane Lin, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 20 (4), Winter 2008, 5–16.

Skilled Trades Employment, Wendy Pyper, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 20 (4), Winter 2008, 17–26.

Interprovincial Mobility and Earnings, André Bernard, Ross Finnie and Benoît St-Jean, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 20 (4), Winter 2008, 27–38.

Bridge Employment, Benoît-Paul Hébert and May Luong, Perspectives on Labour and Income, 20 (4), Winter 2008, 39–46.

Une analyse en termes d'équilibre de l'écart salarial entre hommes et femmes, Graciela Chichilnisky et Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen, Revue internationale du Travail, 147 (4), 2008, 321-346.

L'emploi informel : deux questions de politique controversées, David Kucera et Leanne Roncolato, Revue internationale du Travail, 147 (4), 2008, 347–378.

Putting Security at the Heart of the European Social Pact – Proposals to Make Flexicurity more Balanced, Pascale Vielle and Jean-Michel Bonvin, Transfer, 14 (3), 2008, 419–434.

Income Distribution of Japan: Historical Perspective and Its Implications, Ryoshin Minami, Japan Labor Review, 5 (4), Autumn 2008, 5–20.

Trends in Poverty among Low-income Workers in Japan since the Nineties, Toshiaki Tachibanaki, Kunio Urakawa, Japan Labor Review, 5 (4), Autumn 2008, 21–48.

The Rise of Poverty in Japan: The Emergence of the Working Poor, Yuki Sekine, Japan Labor Review, 5 (4), Autumn 2008, 49–66.

The Working Poor, Borderline Poor, and Developments in Public Assistance Reform, Kohei Komamura, Japan Labor Review, 5 (4), Autumn 2008, 67–94.

Special Issue: New Migration Dynamics: Irregular Immigration and Irregular Work, Transfer, 14 (4), Winter 2008, 557–624. Irregular Immigration: Economic Convenience and other Factors, Maurizio Ambrosini; New Immigration and Labour Markets in Western Europe: A Trade-off between Unemployment and Job Quality?, Emilio Reyneri and Giovanna Fullin; Spain: Large-scale Regularisation and its Impacts on Labour Market and Social Policy; Fausto Miguélez and Albert Recio; Foreign Workers and Trade Unions: The Challenges Posed, Miguel Pajares.

Équité au travail / Equity at Work

Gender Differences in Formal On-the-Job Training : Incidence, Duration, and Intensity, Patrick Lee O' Halloran, Labour, 22 (4), December 2008, 529–661.

The Gender Wage Gap among Young Adults in the United States: The Importance of Money versus People, Nicole M. Fortin, The Journal of Human Resources, 43 (4), Fall 2008, 884–918.

Numéro spécial : Liberté, égalité, diversité et relations de travail, Droit social, 11, novembre 2008, 1031–1064. Introduction, Paul-Henri Antonmattei ; La confrontation des libertés dans l'entreprise, Lise Casaux-Labrunée ; La Halde et l'entreprise, pouvoirs et enjeux, Frédéric Burnier ; À travail égal, salaire égal, Gérard Vachet ; L'égalité de rémunération entre les hommes et les femmes, Pierre-Yves Verkindt ; Les accords collectifs relatifs à la diversité, Bernard Gauriau.

Une analyse en termes d'équilibre de l'écart salarial entre hommes et femmes, Graciela Chichilnisky et Elisabeth Hermann Frederiksen, Revue internationale du Travail, 147 (4), 2008, 321–346.

Études comparatives et mondialisation / Comparative Studies and Globalization

Symposium : Rethinking Globalization and Employment Relations, Journal of Industrial Relations, 50 (5), November 2008, 675–751. Rethinking Globalization and Employment Relations: Introduction to the Symposium, Nick Wailes; The Diffusion of Employment Practices in Multinationals: “Americanness” within US MNCs in Spain?, Javier Quintanilla, Lourdes Susaeta and Rocio Sanchez-Mangas; Transnational Company Industrial Relations: The Role of European Works Councils and the Implications for International Human Resource Management, Clive Gilson and Anni Weiler; Gender, Non-standard Work and Development Regimes: A Comparison of the USA and Indonesia, Alex de Ruyter and Tonia Warnecke; The New Benchmarking and Advisory State: The Role of the British Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service in Facilitating Labour-Management Consultation in Public Sector Transformation, Mark Stuart and Miguel Martinez Lucio.

Généralités / General

Symposium on the WERS 2004, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 46 (4), December 2008, 577–749. A Quarter Century of Workplace Employment Relations Surveys, Alex Bryson, Francis Green and Keith Whitfield; The Wage Effects of Computer Use: Evidence from WERS 2004, Peter Dolton and Panu Pelkonen; The Influence of Stock Market Listing on Human Resource Management: Evidence for France and Britain, Neil Conway, Simon Deakin, Suzanne Konzelmann, Héloïse Petit, Antoine Rebérioux and Frank Wilkinson; Is There a Public Sector Training Advantage? Evidence from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey, Philip Murphy, Paul L. Latreille, Melanie Jones and David Blackaby; Trade Unions, Union Learning Representatives and Employer-Provided Training in Britain, Kim Hoque and Nicolas Bacon; How Does Workplace Monitoring Affect the Gender Wage Differential? Analysis of the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings and the 2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey – A Research Note; Rhys Davies and Richard Welpton.