International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 23 (2007)

ISSUE 1
'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 1, pp. 3–4
'The Core Principle and Fundamental Theorem of Industrial Relations', Bruce E. Kaufman, Issue 1, pp. 5–33
'Industrial Relocation and Labour Relations: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe', Jose Pastore, Issue 1, pp. 35–59
'The Rights of Illegal Workers Injured at Work: a Study of the Judicial Dilemma in the United States', Robert Guthrie, Rebecca Taseff, Issue 1, pp. 61–82
'De-Skilled and Devalued: The Labour Market Experience of Polish Migrants in the UK Following EU Enlargement', Samantha Currie, Issue 1, pp. 83–116
'In Defence of (Efficiently Administered) ‘Just Cause’ Dismissal Laws', Guy Davidov, Issue 1, pp. 117–138
'The Transfer of Undertakings and the Importance of Taking Over Personnel – A Vicious Circle', Ronald M. Beltzer, Issue 1, pp. 139–155

ISSUE 2
'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 159–160
'The Right to Privacy and the Conceptualisation of the Person in the Workplace: A Comparative Examination of EU, US and Australian Approaches', Anne O’Rourke, Amanda Pyman, Julian Teicher, Issue 2, pp. 161–194
'Who’s Info is it Anyway? Employees’ Rights to Privacy and Protection of Personal Data in the Workplace', Shelley Wallach, Issue 2, pp. 195–226
'Contradictions in Chinese Trade Unionism', Jie Shen, Christopher Leggett, Issue 2, pp. 227–244
'Workers’ Involvement in Health and Safety Management and Beyond: The UK Case', Victoria Howes, Issue 2, pp. 245–265
'Legal Rights of Employees in the Event of Dismissal: The New Zealand Situation', Alan Geare, Issue 2, pp. 267–283
'Transferring Employment between the Public and Private Sectors in the United Kingdom: Acquired Rights and Revising TUPE', Kevin Williams, Nigel Johnson, Issue 2, pp. 285–304

ISSUE 3
'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 3, pp. 309–310
'The Transfer of Undertakings: Striking a Balance Between Individual Workers’ Rights and Business Needs', Giuseppe Santoro-Passarelli, Issue 3, pp. 311–334
'Some Problems and Themes in the Application in Member States of Directive 2001/23/EC on Transfer of Undertakings', John Mcmullen, Issue 3, pp. 335–374
'Mergers and Amalgamations in India: Protecting Labour in Times of Change', Meghna Rajadhyaksha, Issue 3, pp. 375–399
'Temporary Agency Work in Germany and Australia: Contrasting Regulatory Regimes and Policy Challenges', Lars Mitlacher, John Burgess, Issue 3, pp. 401–431
'Exploring the Spectrum of Labour/Management Participation Within Safety Regimes: Occupational Health and Safety in Ontario (Canada), Sweden and the United States', Jason Lakhan, Issue 3, pp. 433–462
'Military Unions and the Right to Collective Bargaining: Insights from the South African Experience', Lindy Heinecken, Michelle Nel, Issue 3, pp. 463–483

ISSUE 4
'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Michele Tiraboschi, Marlene Schmidt, Issue 4, pp. 487–487
'Making (It) Work: Introduction to the Special Issue on the Future of the European Employment Strategy', Ton Wilthagen, Sonja Bekker, Saskia Klosse, Issue 4, pp. 489–498
'The Implications of the Lisbon Strategy for the Future of Social Europe: ‘On the Road’ or ‘New Age’?', Janine Goetschy, Issue 4, pp. 499–523
'Flexicurity – Towards a Set of Common Principles?', Per Kongshøj Madsen, Issue 4, pp. 525–542
'Adapting to the European Employment Strategy? Recent Developments in Italian Employment Policy', Paolo Graziano, Issue 4, pp. 543–565
'The Role of Dynamic Employment Policies in the European Labour Market', Mirjana Dragičevič, Alka Obadić, Issue 4, pp. 567–585
'Flexibilization, Modernization and the Lisbon Strategy', Rien Huiskamp, Kees J. Vos, Issue 4, pp. 587–599

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