International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 21 (2005)

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 1, pp. 3–4
'The European Employment Strategy: Which Way Forward?', Saskia Klosse, Issue 1, pp. 5–36
'Tripartism and Other Actors in Social Dialogue', Tayo Fashoyin, Issue 1, pp. 37–58
'Current Structural Changes: Risks and Opportunities for German Trade Unions', Lothar Funk, Issue 1, pp. 59–76
'Pre-emptive Lay-offs: A Form of Outsourcing within Singapore', Rosalind Chew, Chew Soon-Beng, Issue 1, pp. 77–88
'Remedying the Past or Reshaping the Future? Justifying Race-based Affirmative Action in South Africa and the United States', Ockert Dupper, Issue 1, pp. 89–130
'Foreign Workers in Israel: a Temporary Phenomenon or a Reality in the Labour Market?', Shelley Wallach, Issue 1, pp. 131–144

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 147–148
'The Italian Labour Market after the Biagi Reform', Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 149–192
'Law and Labour Market Regulation in East Asia and Southern Africa: Comparative Perspectives', Colin Fenwick, Evance Kalula, Issue 2, pp. 193–226
'Transfer of Undertakings in Australia and New Zealand: How Suitable is the European Regulatory Approach for Exportation?', Martin Vranken, Issue 2, pp. 227–247
'How well do Industrial Relations and Social Policy Interact? Labour Law and Social Security Law in the Social Protection of Sole Parents', Gaby Ramia, Anna Chapman, Marco Michelotti, Issue 2, pp. 249–279
'The Issue of the Voile in the Workplace in France: Unveiling Discrimination', Katell Berthou, Issue 2, pp. 281–320
'The Evolution of the European Social Dialogue Towards Greater Autonomy: Challenges and Potential Benefits', Ann Branch, Issue 2, pp. 321–346
'Speech by Luca Cordero di Montezemolo at the Conference on the Italian Labour Market one year after the Biagi Reform', Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Issue 2, pp. 347–348
'European Forum: Freedom of Services and Labour Law & Social Security', Issue 2, pp. 349–349

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 3, pp. 353–354
'Americanisation of the EU Social Model?', Kees J. Vos, Issue 3, pp. 355–367
'Tripartite Bargaining and its Impact on Stabilisation Policy in Central and Eastern Europe', Claudia-Yvette Matthes, Peggy Terletzki, Issue 3, pp. 369–403
'Globalisation and Core Labour Standards: Compliance Problems with ILO Conventions 87 and 98. Comparing Australia and other English-Speaking Countries with EU Member States', Gudrun Biffl, Joe Isaac, Issue 3, pp. 405–444
'Comparing the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing with the Implied Term of Mutual Trust and Confidence in the US and UK Employment Contexts', David Cabrelli, Issue 3, pp. 445–479
'Lockout Law in a Comparative Perspective: Corporatism, Pluralism and Neo-Liberalism', Chris Briggs, Issue 3, pp. 481–502
'The Right to Request Flexible Working in Britain: the Law and Organisational Realities', Richard Croucher, Clare Kelliher, Issue 3, pp. 503–520
'Report on the Conference on ’The Lisbon Strategy, Human Capital and Organisational Innovation’, Rome, March 2005.', William Bromwich, Olga Rymkevitch, Issue 3, pp. 521–532

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 4, pp. 535–536
'The Transposition of the Race Directive (2000/43/EC) and the Framework Directive on Equal Treatment in Employment (2000/78/EC) into Dutch and Belgian Law', Susanne D. Burri, Filip Dorssemont, Issue 4, pp. 537–570
'New Grounds for Anti-discrimination: the Roles of Equality Commissions in Law Enforcement in the UK and Germany', Victoria Howes, Rolf Wank, Issue 4, pp. 571–590
'A Tale of Two Projects: Emerging Tension between Public and Private Aspects of Employment Discrimination Law', Aaron Baker, Issue 4, pp. 591–627
'For Diversity, Against Discrimination: the Contradictory Approach to Age Discrimination in Employment', Malcolm Sargeant, Issue 4, pp. 629–644
'Employers’ Liability for Bullying and Harassment', Eoin Quill, Issue 4, pp. 645–666
'Review of: Bob Hepple, Labour Laws and Global Trade. Hart: Oxford and Portland, Oregon 2005, pp. 302. ISBN 1-84113-160-1 (hardback) 1-84113-187-3 (paperback)', Manfred Weiss, Issue 4, pp. 667–669
'Books received', Issue 4, pp. 671–671
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 673–674
'Annual Index', Issue 4, pp. 675–677

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