International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 2 (1986)

'Memorandum of Agreement between Saturn Corporation', Issue 1, pp. 1–14
'Preface: The Purpose Behind A Little Experiment', Marco Biagi, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'The Unions on the Way to Saturn – a journey without Return?', Marco Biagi, Issue 1, pp. 15–18
'The Saturn Project: The Face-Lifting of American Industrial Relations', Mark H. Lazerson, Issue 1, pp. 19–24
'The Paradox of the Saturn challenge for the Italian System of Labour Relations', Stefano Liebman, Issue 1, pp. 25–30
'Together Into The Future: The Saturn Agreement Form A North European Perspective', Alan C. Neal, Issue 1, pp. 31–38
'The Saturn project and Japanese Labour-management Relations: a new experiment in the U.S.A. And post-war experiences in Japan', Yasuo Suwa, Issue 1, pp. 39–40

'The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic', Marie Kalenska, Miroslav Belina, Issue 2, pp. 50–59
'Hungary', Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky, Issue 2, pp. 60–67
'The Polish People's Republic', Marek Pliszkiewicz, Issue 2, pp. 68–76
'Rumania', Sanda Ghimpu, Issue 2, pp. 77–80

'Recent Developments In Labour Law And Industrial Relations In Australia', Brian Brookers, Issue 3, pp. 81–91
'New Zealand', Gordon J. Anderson, Issue 3, pp. 92–96
'Unshackling Collective Bargaining In Papua New Guinea', John B.K. Kaburise, Issue 3, pp. 97–116

'New Technologies and The Contract of Employment', Bruno Veneziani, Issue 4, pp. 117–137
'Hiring Procedures', Issue 4, pp. 138–189
'Legal Nature of Collective Agreements', Reinhold Fahlbeck, Issue 4, pp. 190–224

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