International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 33 (2017)

'Special Issue: Labour Law Research Methodologies Editors’ Introduction', Guy Davidov, Issue 1, pp. 1–5
'Labour, Love and Futility: Philosophical Perspectives on Labour Law', Alan Bogg, Issue 1, pp. 7–37
'On Writing Labour Law History: A Reconnaissance', Eric Tucker, Issue 1, pp. 39–57
'The CBR-LRI Dataset: Methods, Properties and Potential of Leximetric Coding of Labour Laws', Zoe Adams, Parisa Bastani, Louise Bishop, Simon Deakin, Issue 1, pp. 59–91
'Labour Law and Feminist Method', Joanne Conaghan, Issue 1, pp. 93–114
'Law-and-Economics Approaches to Labour and Employment Law', Stewart J. Schwab, Issue 1, pp. 115–144
'Teaching Law as a Vocation: Local 1330, Promissory Estoppel, and the Critical Tradition in Labour Scholarship', Richard Michael Fischl, Issue 1, pp. 145–169
'Comparing Labour Laws in the EU Internal Market: A Social Actor Perspective', Dagmar Schiek, Issue 1, pp. 171–194

'Challenging the EU Downward Pressure on National Wage Policy', Emanuele Menegatti, Issue 2, pp. 195–219
'Successful Rules on Successive Fixed-Term Contracts?', Sudabeh Kamanabrou, Issue 2, pp. 221–239
'The End of the Subordinate Worker? The On-Demand Economy, the Gig Economy, and the Need for Protection for Crowdworkers', Adrián Todolí-Signes, Issue 2, pp. 241–268
'The Regulatory Challenges of ‘Uberization’ in China: Classifying Ride-Hailing Drivers', Mimi Zou, Issue 2, pp. 269–294
'The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA): Are Existing Arrangements Sufficient to Prevent Adverse Effects on Labour Standards?', Franz Christian Ebert, Issue 2, pp. 295–329

'Guest Editors’ Introduction', David Cabrelli, Rebecca Zahn, Issue 3, pp. 331–337
'Theories of Domination and Labour Law: An Alternative Conception for Intervention?', David Cabrelli, Rebecca Zahn, Issue 3, pp. 339–364
'Subordination vs Domination: Exploring the Differences', Guy Davidov, Issue 3, pp. 365–389
'Republican Non-Domination and Labour Law: New Normativity or Trojan Horse?', Alan Bogg, Issue 3, pp. 391–417
'Non-Domination, Workplace Republicanism, and the Justification of Worker Voice and Control', Keith Breen, Issue 3, pp. 419–439

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