International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 25 (2009)

'Editorial', Susan Bisom–Rapp, William Bromwich, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'A Global Approach to the Study of Workplace Law: Looking Across (Real) National Borders to Move Beyond (Artificial) Substantive Ones', Timothy P. Glynn, Issue 1, pp. 3–14
'Teaching Problem–Solving and Preventive Law Skills through International Labour and Employment Law', Ruben J. Garcia, Issue 1, pp. 15–21
'Two Halves of a Whole: Teaching International and Comparative Employment Law', Michael J. Zimmer, Issue 1, pp. 23–32
'Fearing Minefields but Finding Goldfields: Teaching International and Comparative Workplace Law in China or Anywhere Else', Susan Bisom–Rapp, Issue 1, pp. 33–47
'Workplace Songs: Developing a Framework for Research and Teaching', Rafael Gely, Issue 1, pp. 49–58
'Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat? Achieving Proficiency in Academic Writing', William Bromwich, Issue 1, pp. 59–78

'Editorial Commentary', Olga Rymkevich, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 79–80
'Collective Labour Law after Viking, Laval, Rüffert, and Commission v. Luxembourg', Taco van Peijpe, Issue 2, pp. 81–107
'Health and Safety in the European Social Charter', Katarzyna Łasak, Issue 2, pp. 109–122
'The Council of Europe and Employee Involvement in Private Enterprises', Rolf Birk, Nils Maack, Issue 2, pp. 123–135
'Governance and the Labour Market in South Africa', Tayo Fashoyin, Issue 2, pp. 137–155
'Footprints Through the Courts: Comparing Judicial Responses to Affirmative Action Litigation in South Africa and the United States', Katherine C. Naff, Ockert Dupper, Issue 2, pp. 157–189
'The Law of Harassment in the UK: A Growing Concern', Victoria Howes, Issue 2, pp. 191–205

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 3, pp. 207–208
'European Flexicurity and Globalization: A Critical Perspective', Marc De Vos, Issue 3, pp. 209–235
'The Political Economy of Two-tier Reforms of Employment Protection in Europe', Wolfgang Ochel, Issue 3, pp. 237–260
'The European Directive on Collective Dismissals and its Implementation Deficits Six ECJ Judgments as a Potential Incentive for Amending the Directive', Jan Heinsius, Issue 3, pp. 261–281
'Lifelong Learning and Social Partnership: A Comparative Overview of Twelve European Countries', Evelyne Léonard, Emmanuelle Perin, Issue 3, pp. 283–300
'Protecting the Housekeeper: Legal Agreements Applicable to International Migrant Domestic Workers', Naj Ghosheh, Issue 3, pp. 301–325
'Job Security and Entitlements within Hong Kong’s Maternity Protection Legislation', Rick Glofcheski, Ho Yan Leung, Issue 3, pp. 327–345

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 4, pp. 347–348
'Are the Rules for the Registration of Trade Unions in Cameroon Compatible with the ILO’s Concept of Freedom of Association?', Michael Akomaye Yanou, Issue 4, pp. 349–356
'Labour Law without ‘Rights’ in Indonesia: The Making of Undang Undang Kerdja 1948', Jafar Suryomenggolo, Issue 4, pp. 357–378
'Violation of Labour Rights in the Ship-Breaking Yards of Bangladesh: Legal Norms and Reality', Md. Saiful Karim, Issue 4, pp. 379–394
'Business Regulation and Workers’ Compensation: A National Framework for Workers’ Compensation in Australia?', Kevin Purse, Robert Guthrie, Issue 4, pp. 395–410
'The ‘Open Door’ Policy at IBM France: An Old-Established Voice Procedure that Is Still in Use', Alice Le Flanchec, Jacques Rojot, Issue 4, pp. 411–429
'Family Ties in Swedish Employment Law', Catharina Calleman, Issue 4, pp. 431–445
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 447–447
'Annual Index', Issue 4, pp. 449–450

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