International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 24 (2008)

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 1, pp. 3–4
'Race and Racism – Why does European Law have Difficulties with Definitions?', Erica Howard, Issue 1, pp. 5–29
'Dismissal and Discrimination: Illegal Workers in England and Australia', Robert Guthrie, Rebecca Taseff, Issue 1, pp. 31–60
'The Impact of Global Employment Models in a Developing Country: Industrial Relations Management in Multinational Banks in Tanzania', Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, Issue 1, pp. 61–86
'Voluntarism and the Single Channel: the Development of Single-Channel Worker Representation in the UK', Ruth Dukes, Issue 1, pp. 87–121
'Fixed-term Employment Contracts: The Exception to the Rule?', Roger Blanpain, Issue 1, pp. 123–131
'Fixed-Term-at-Will: The New Regulation of Fixed-term Work in Sweden', Samuel Engblom, Issue 1, pp. 133–149

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 2, pp. 165–166
'Cross–Border Workers in the European Internal Market: Trojan Horses for Member States’ Labour and Social Security Law?', Herwig Verschueren, Issue 2, pp. 167–199
'Social Dialogue – The Specific Case of the European Union', Berndt Keller, Issue 2, pp. 201–227
'Regulated Flexibility – Flexible Working Time Patterns in Germany and the Role of Works Councils', Hartmut Seifert, Issue 2, pp. 229–242
'Health and Safety Issues in New Forms of Employment and Work Organization', Brenda Barrett, Malcolm Sargeant, Issue 2, pp. 243–261
'Labour Disputes and their Settlement in China: A Systematic Review of the Post–Reform Research', Jie Shen, Issue 2, pp. 263–288
'Young People and Training Contracts: The Spanish Experience', M. Ascensión García Trascasas, Issue 2, pp. 289–306
'Realizing Decent Work in Africa — Keynote Speech at the Opening Ceremony of the Fifth African Regional Congress of the IIRA in Cape Town, 26 March 2008', Manfred Weiss, Issue 2, pp. 307–319

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevitch, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 3, pp. 325–326
'Global Employee Information and Consultation Procedures in Worldwide Enterprises', Achim Seifert, Issue 3, pp. 327–348
'European Flexicurity Policies: A Critical Assessment', Lothar Funk, Issue 3, pp. 349–384
'Fundamental Social Rights in Community Law and in the German Constitution – Equivalent Rights?', Eva Kocher, Issue 3, pp. 385–396
'Czech and Slovak Labour Law — Protective or Liberal? Labour Law from the Split of Czechoslovakia to post–EU Accession', Kristina Koldinská, Issue 3, pp. 397–421
'Temporary? Agency Workers in Israel', Shelley Wallach, Issue 3, pp. 423–444

'Editorial', Olga Rymkevich, Marlene Schmidt, Michele Tiraboschi, Issue 4, pp. 449–450
'A Restatement of the Law with Respect to Labour Law', Bernd Waas, Issue 4, pp. 451–467
'Restatement – Technique and Tradition in the United States', Thomas C. Kohler, Issue 4, pp. 469–493
'Would Europe Benefit from the Adoption of a Comprehensive Definition of the Term ‘Employee’ Applicable in all Relevant Legislative Modes?', Barbara Grandi, Issue 4, pp. 495–510
'A More ‘Autonomous’ European Social Dialogue: The Implementation of the Framework Agreement on Telework', Nuria Ramos Martín, Jelle Visser, Issue 4, pp. 511–548
'Dispelling a Myth?: Union Affiliation and its Impact on Attitudinal Outcomes', Fiona Edgar, Alan Geare, Ian McAndrew, Issue 4, pp. 549–572
'Off–shoring and Decent Work: Worlds Apart?', Carolyn Penfold, Issue 4, pp. 573–594
'List of Abbreviations', Issue 4, pp. 595–596
'Annual Index', Issue 4, pp. 597–599

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