International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 15 (1999)

'Editorial', Issue 1, pp. 2–2
'Social Justice for Women? The ILO's Convention on Part-time Work', Jill Murray, Issue 1, pp. 3–19
'A Change of Paradigm in German Labour Law - An Inspiration for Other Countries?', Ulrich Zachert, Issue 1, pp. 21–31
'The EC Employment Title and the 'Third Way': Making Soft Law Work?', Jeff Kenner, Issue 1, pp. 33–60
'Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Posting of Workers who are Third-country Nationals for the Provision of Cross-border Services', Issue 1, pp. 61–69
'Proposal for a Council Directive Extending the Freedom to Provide Cross-border Services to Third-country Nationals Established within the Community', Issue 1, pp. 71–78
'Commission Recommendation of 18 November 1998 on Ratification of International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention 180 Concerning Seafarer's Hours of Work and the Manning of Ships, and Ratification of the 1996 Protocol to the 1976 Merchant Shipping (Minimum Standards) Convention (Notified Under Document Number C(1999) 372) (1999/130/EC)', Issue 1, pp. 79–80

'Editorial', Marco Biagi, Issue 2, pp. 83–84
'The European Agreement on Fixed-term Contracts and Belgian Law', Roger Blanpain, Issue 2, pp. 85–96
'The Framework Agreement on Fixed-term Work: A German Point of View', Manfred Weiss, Issue 2, pp. 97–104
'Glancing at the Past: An Agreement for the Markets of the XXIst Century', Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 105–120
'Regulating Fixed-term Work in the United Kingdom: A Positive Step towards Workers' Protection?', Pascale Lorber, Issue 2, pp. 121–136
'The European Framework Agreement on Fixed-term Work: A North-American View', Véronique Marleau, Issue 2, pp. 137–160
'The European Framework Agreement on Fixed-term Work: An Australian Perspective', Anthony Forsyth, Issue 2, pp. 161–170
'Fixed-term Work - Second Class or Salvation?', Tadashi Hanami, Issue 2, pp. 171–174
'How to Regulate the Fixed-term Work: A Trade-off Relationship in Employment', Yasuo Suwa, Issue 2, pp. 175–178
'European Commission. Proposal for a Council Directive concerning the Framework Agreement on Fixed-term Work concluded by UNICE, CEEP and the ETUC (presented by the Commission)', Issue 2, pp. 179–196
'European Parliament. Report on the Commission proposal for a Council Directive concerning the framework agreement on fixed-term work concluded by UNICE, CEEP and the ETUC', Issue 2, pp. 197–208
'Incidence of Fixed-term Contracts in EU Member States in 1997', Issue 2, pp. 209–210
'The Cologne Process', Issue 2, pp. 211–212

'Editorial', Marco Biagi, Issue 3, pp. 227–228
'The ILO and the New Economy: Recent Developments', Brian A. Langille, Issue 3, pp. 229–258
'Representativity - A Claim Not Satisfied: The Social Partners' Role in the EC Law-Making Procedure for Social Policy', Marlene Schmidt, Issue 3, pp. 259–268
'Danish Industrial Relations, Community Litigation and the Acquired Rights Directive', Hans Sundberg, Issue 3, pp. 269–288
'Small Manufacturing Enterprises as a Form of Flexibility', Amira Galin, Issue 3, pp. 289–302
'The Role of Specialist Labour Courts in an Environment of Substantive Labour Law Deregulation: A New Zealand Case Study', Martin Vranken, Issue 3, pp. 303–328
'A Dream Deferred: The Americans With Disabilities Act Trilogy', Michael Lynk, Issue 3, pp. 329–338

'Editorial', Marco Biagi, Issue 4, pp. 341–342
'Employment Protection and Employment Promotion as Goals of Collective Bargaining in the Federal Republic of Germany', Achim Seifert, Issue 4, pp. 343–364
'Modernised Industrial Relations: A Condition for European Employment Growth. A Dutch View', Hans Borstlap, Issue 4, pp. 365–382
'Mainlines in Danish Labour Market Policy as presented in the Danish National Action Plan 1999', Jesper Hartvig Pedersen, Issue 4, pp. 383–401
'The Luxembourg Process and the Spanish Experience', Juan Chozas Pedrero, Issue 4, pp. 403–418
'The 'Tulip Model' and the New Legislation on Temporary Work in the Netherlands', Gustav J.J. Heerma van Voss, Issue 4, pp. 419–430
'Labor-Management Cooperation in the United States - Reflections on Boeing', Daniel H. Foote, Issue 4, pp. 431–436
'Books Received', Issue 4, pp. 437–438
'The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations Index - Volume 15 (1999)', Issue 4, pp. 439–441

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