International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 26 (2010)

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'European Labour Law in Transition from 1985 to 2010', Manfred Weiss, Issue 1, pp. 3–16
'Labour Law in Latin America: Some Recent (and not so Recent) Trends', Arturo Bronstein, Issue 1, pp. 17–41
'Extending Protection to Atypical Workers, Including Workers in the Informal Economy, in Developing Countries', Nicola Smit, Elmarie Fourie, Issue 1, pp. 43–60
'The Enforcement Crisis in Labour Law and the Fallacy of Voluntarist Solutions', Guy Davidov, Issue 1, pp. 61–81
'Rethinking the Lawrie-Blum Doctrine of Subordination: A Critical Analysis Prompted by Recent Developments in Italian Employment Law', Luca Nogler, Issue 1, pp. 83–101
'The Certification of Employment Contracts: A Legal Instrument for Labour Market Regulation in Italy', Chiara Bizzarro, Flavia Pasquini, Michele Tiraboschi, Davide Venturi, Issue 1, pp. 103–115

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Michelex Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 117–118
'Trends and Developments in Employment Relations and the World of Work in Developing Countries', Tayo Fashoyin, Issue 2, pp. 119–139
'Judicial Control of Unfair Terms in Employment Contracts in Scotland and Germany: A Comparative Analysis', Silke Seeger, Issue 2, pp. 141–165
'New Light through Old Windows: Restraint of Trade in English, Scottish, and Australian Employment Laws(-) Emerging and Enduring Issues', David Cabrelli, Louise Floyd, Issue 2, pp. 167–192
'Home Work, Telework and the Regulation of Working Time: A Tale of (Partially) Similar Regulatory Needs, in Spite of Historically Rooted Conceptual Divergence', Koen Nevens, Issue 2, pp. 193–216
'The New Directive on European Works Councils: Innovations and Omissions', Anna Alaimo, Issue 2, pp. 217–230
'Employee Protection: An Outmoded Notion in Australian Labour Law?', Martin Vranken, Issue 2, pp. 231–246

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 3, pp. 247–248
'The ILO’s Shift to Promotional Principles and the ‘Privatization’ of Labour Rights: An Analysis of Labour Standards, Voluntary Self-regulation and Social Clauses', Tony Royle, Issue 3, pp. 249–271
'Recent Advancements in European Employment Law: Towards a Transformative Legal Formula for Preventing Workplace Ageism', Julia J.A. Shaw, Hillary J. Shaw, Issue 3, pp. 273–294
'The Role of Women’s Groups in New Zealand, UK and Canadian Trade Unions in Addressing Intersectional Interests', Jane Parker, Julie Douglas, Issue 3, pp. 295–319
'The Proper Law of the Individual Labour Contract: Some Perspectives from Southern African Private International Law', George Mpedi, Issue 3, pp. 321–329
'The Social Quality of National Employment Policies Put to the Test', Saskia Klosse, Issue 3, pp. 331–345
'Estonian Labour Law Reform: The Successful Implementation of the Idea of Flexicurity?', Merle Muda, Issue 3, pp. 347–366

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 4, pp. 367–368
'Employment Prospects in the Green Economy: Myth and Reality', Lisa Rustico, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 4, pp. 369–387
'The End of Jobs: A Case of Theoretical Convergence?', Hélio Zylberstajn, Issue 4, pp. 389–400
'Military Unionism and the Management of Employee Relations within the Armed Forces: A Comparative Perspective', Lindy Heinecken, Issue 4, pp. 401–419
'The Right to Strike in EU Member States: A Comparative Overview with Particular Reference to Lithuania', Daiva Petrylaite, Issue 4, pp. 421–434
'Union Social Responsibility: A Necessary Public Good in a Globalized World', Rosalind Chew, Chew Soon-Beng, Issue 4, pp. 435–446
'The Effects of Anti-age Discrimination Legislation: A Comparative Analysis', Mark Harcourt, Adrian Wilkinson, Geoffrey Wood, Issue 4, pp. 447–465
'Young Workers and Age Discrimination', Malcolm Sargeant, Issue 4, pp. 467–478
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 479–480
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 481–483
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 485–500

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