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International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 27 (2011)

ISSUE 1
'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 1, pp. 1–2
'Autonomy in European Social Dialogue', Marco Peruzzi, Issue 1, pp. 3–21
'Deterrence and Enforcement of Occupational Health and Safety Law', Kevin Purse, Jillian Dorrian, Issue 1, pp. 23–39
'Labour Market Flexibility, Migration, and Inflexible Social Protection in the SADC Region', Elmarie Fourie, Nicola Smit, Issue 1, pp. 41–64
'Impact of Labour Law on South Africa’s New Corporate Rescue Mechanism', Tronel Joubert, Stefan van Eck, David Burdette, Issue 1, pp. 65–84
'Chilean Labour Law 1990–2010: Twenty Years of Both Flexibility and Protection', Sergio Gamonal, Issue 1, pp. 85–94
'Performance-Related Pay and Employees Responses in the Chinese Education System', Binhua (Eva) Huang, Jie Shen, Issue 1, pp. 95–107

ISSUE 2
'Editorial', William Bromwich, Olga Rymkevich, Issue 2, pp. 109–110
'Flexicurity Institutions and Labour Market Mobility', Tomas Berglund, Bengt Furåker, Issue 2, pp. 111–127
'Working Time, Work-Life Balance, and the Persistence of Inequality', Paul Blyton, Issue 2, pp. 129–138
'Trade Unions and New Member State Workers in Germany and the United Kingdom', Rebecca L. Zahn, Issue 2, pp. 139–164
'Does One Size Fit All? Trade Unions, Discrimination and Legal Regulation in the European Union', Sonia McKay, Issue 2, pp. 165–187
'The Medusa Stare: Surveillance and Monitoring of Employees and the Right to Privacy', Shelley Wallach, Issue 2, pp. 189–219
'Regulatory Challenges of Domestic Work: The Case of Brazil', Ana Virgínia Moreira Gomes, Patrícia Tuma Martins Bertolin, Issue 2, pp. 221–236

ISSUE 3
'Editorial', William Bromwich, Olga Rymkevich, Issue 3, pp. 237–238
'What’s the Point of Industrial Relations?', Linda Clarke, Eddy Donnelly, Richard Hyman, John Kelly, Sonia McKay, Sian Moore, Issue 3, pp. 239–253
'Flexicurity Meets State Traditions', Guglielmo Meardi, Issue 3, pp. 255–269
'Cross-Border Trade Union Action in a Canadian Multinational Corporation', Reynald Bourque, Marc-Antonin Hennebert, Issue 3, pp. 271–286
'Mandatory Retirement and Age Discrimination under EU Law', Monika Schlachter, Issue 3, pp. 287–299
'Increasing the Employment Rate of Older Workers', Issue 3, pp. 301–314
'Decent Work and Domestic Workers in South Africa', Letlhokwa George Mpedi, Nicola Smit, Issue 3, pp. 315–334

ISSUE 4
'Editorial', William Bromwich, Olga Rymkevich, Issue 4, pp. 335–336
'Soft on the Inside, Hard on the Outside: An Analysis of the Legal Nature of New Forms of International Labour Law', M. Antonio García-Muñoz Alhambra, Beryl ter Haar, Attila Kun, Issue 4, pp. 337–363
'Towards a Functioning Framework for Individual Labour Law Rights: Challenges for China in a Changing World of Work', Alan C. Neal, Issue 4, pp. 365–385
'Labour Law and Employment Policy in the EU: Conflict or Consensus?', Lisa Rodgers, Issue 4, pp. 387–405
'Labour Obligations in the US-Chile Free Agreement: The Illusion of Soft Law', Sergio Gamonal, Issue 4, pp. 407–417
'Informality, Employment Contracts, and Social Insurance Coverage: Rights-Based Perspectives in a Developing World Context', Marius Olivier, Issue 4, pp. 419–433
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 435–436
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 437–439
'Subject Index', Issue 4, pp. 441–452

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