International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Volume 7 (1991)

ISSUE 1
'The Challenge to Labour Law in the 1990s following German Unification: A Perspective from the former German Democratic Republic', Frithjof Kunz, Issue 1, pp. 1–15
'Soviet Labour Law: Crisis and Long-term Development', Semian lvanow, Issue 1, pp. 16–23
'The Present State and the Future Development of Labour Law in Czechoslovakia', Robert Schronk, Issue 1, pp. 24–33
'Yugoslav Labour Law Past, Present and Future', Vlajko Brajic, Issue 1, pp. 34–45
'Labour Law in Poland: Challenges for the 1990s', Marek Pliszkiewia, Issue 1, pp. 46–56
'Labour Law in Hungary: Challenges for h e Future', Cailla Kollonay Lehoaky, Issue 1, pp. 57–70
'The Historical Development of Trade Unions in Nigeria and America: A Model and Comparative Analysis', Joseph Ofori-Dankwa, Issue 1, pp. 71–93
'Collective Labour Disputes in São Paulo: Will the Parties Continue to Utilise the Labour Court?', Joseph Krialov, Helio Zylberstajn, Issue 1, pp. 94–107
'The Impact of Economic Difficulties in the Enterprise on Working Conditions', Oscar Ermida Uriarte, Issue 1, pp. 108–154
'Methods of Settlement of Collective Interest Disputes', Ioanner Koukides, Issue 1, pp. 155–184
'Legal Problems of Regulation and Implementation of a Minimum Income for Everyone', Otto Czucz, Issue 1, pp. 185–206
'Conference Reflections: Economic Crisis and Trends in Labour Law', Taco van Peijpe, Issue 1, pp. 207–222
'The first Strike Law in Hungary', István Horvath, Issue 1, pp. 223–231

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