International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 34 (2018)

'Platform Work, Algorithmic Decision-Making, and EU Gender Equality Law', Miriam Kullmann, Issue 1, pp. 1–21
'How to Operationalize Open Norms in Hard and Soft Laws: Reflections Based on Two Distinct Regulatory Examples', Attila Kun, Issue 1, pp. 23–51
'Presenteeism, Its Effects and Costs: A Discussion in a Labour Law Perspective', Kurt Pärli, Issue 1, pp. 53–75
'Collectively Agreed (Minimum) Labour Conditions as ‘Protection Boosters’', Elisabeth Brameshuber, Verena Zwinger, Issue 1, pp. 77–110

'The Enforcement of Employment Standards in Australia: Successes and Challenges in Aged Care', Sara Charlesworth, John Howe, Issue 2, pp. 111–140
'Special Section: Regulatory Innovation on Decent Work for Domestic Workers in the Light of International Labour Organization Convention No. 189', Adelle Blackett, Anne Trebilcock, Issue 2, pp. 141–141
'Introduction', Adelle Blackett, Issue 2, pp. 141–148
'Challenges in Germany’s Implementation of the ILO Decent Work for Domestic Workers Convention', Anne Trebilcock, Issue 2, pp. 149–176
'The Influence of the ILO Domestic Workers Convention in Argentina, Chile and Paraguay', Lorena Poblete, Issue 2, pp. 177–201
'Regulatory Innovation in the Governance of Decent Work for Domestic Workers in South Africa: Access to Justice and the Commission on Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration', Adelle Blackett, Thierry Galani Tiemeni, Issue 2, pp. 203–230

'The Minimum Wage as a Matter of Tangible Human Dignity: A Comparative Constitutional Law Analysis', Isabelle Martin, Maude Choko, Issue 3, pp. 231–255
'Constitutionalizing Labour Rights: Informal Homeworkers in Global Value Chains', Marlese von Broembsen, Issue 3, pp. 257–280
'A Comparison of Four Experiments in Extending Labour Regulation to Non-Standard and Informal Workers', Shelley Marshall, Issue 3, pp. 281–311
'A Pluralistic Approach to Organizing Migrant Domestic Workers: The Case of the Zimbabwe- South Africa Global Care Chain', Pamhidzai Bamu, Issue 3, pp. 313–344

'Scrutinizing the Standardized Worker: International and Comparative Perspectives', Ania Zbyszewska, Alysia Blackham, Miriam Kullmann, Issue 4, pp. 345–350
'The Continuing Resonance of Breadwinner Norms: the Australian Labour Law Experience', Anna Chapman, Issue 4, pp. 351–372
'The New Politics of Time', Emily Rose, Issue 4, pp. 373–394
'Work-related Securities: An Alternative Approach to Protect the Workforce?', Miriam Kullmann, Issue 4, pp. 395–412
'‘We are All Entrepreneurs Now’: Options and New Approaches for Adapting Equality Law for the ‘Gig Economy’', Alysia Blackham, Issue 4, pp. 413–434
'Reconstructing Labour Law Actors beyond Employment', Aelim Yun, Issue 4, pp. 435–456
'Property Rights as a Pathway to Labour Law Protection in the Nigerian Informal Economy', Abigail Osiki, Issue 4, pp. 457–477
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 479–482
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 483–485
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 487–496

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