Papers

Papers Added April 2014

Virginia Mantouvalou, 'Labour Rights in the European Convention on Human Rights: An Intellectual Justification for an Integrated Approach to Interpretation', Human Rights Law Review (2013), 1.

Papers added January 2014

Iain Campbell and Joo-Cheong Tham, ‘Labour market deregulation and temporary migrant labour schemes: An analysis of the 457 visa program’ (final version published on (2013) 26 Australian Journal of Labour Law 239-272).

Papers added November 2013

Joellen Riley, 'Uneasy or accommodating bedfellows? Common law and statute in employment regulation' (Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 13/82)

Iacopo Senatori, 'Transnational Company Bargaining and The Discourse of The European Commission: a Critical Overview', (forthcoming in in E. Ales, I. Senatori (eds), The Transnational Dimension of Labour Relations. A New Order in the Making, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference in commemoration of Prof Marco Biagi, Giappichelli, Turin).

Michele Tiraboschi et al., 'Managing and Preventing Natural (and Environmental Disasters): The Role of Industrial Relations. Some Reflections on the Italian Case' (Working Paper ADAPT, 14 novembre 2013, n. 142).

Adelaide Law Review published Australasian Voices at Work Symposium, which contains a selection of papers by Alan Bogg, Anthony Forsyth and Tonia Novitz, Mark Bray and Andrew Stewart, Victoria Lambropoulos and Michael Wynn, Amanda Reilly, Cameron Roles and Michael O’Donnell, Richard Naughton and Marilyn J Pittard.

Paul M. Secunda, 'An Analysis of the Treatment of Employee Pension and Wage Claims in Insolvency and Under Guarantee Schemes in OECD Countries: Comparative Law Lessons for Detroit and the United States' (forthcoming in Fordham Urban Law Journal, Vol. 41, 2014; Marquette Law School Legal Studies Paper No. 13-21).

Papers added October 2013

Virginia Mantouvalou, 'Organising Against Abuse and Exclusion: The Associational Rights of Undocumented Workers' (forthcoming in Migrants at Work, C Costello and M Freedland (eds), 2014)

Papers added September 2013:

Stein Evju, 'Introducing: Cross-Border Services, Posting of Workers, and Multilevel Governance' (University of Oslo Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series)

Ruth Dukes, 'A Global Labour Constitution?' (forthcoming in Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly)

Papers added July 2013:

Pnina Alon-Shenker and Guy Davidov, 'Applying the Principle of Proportionality in Employment and Labour Law Contexts' (forthcoming in McGill Law Journal) 

Isabelle Martin, 'Back to Basics: Critically Assessing CSR as Work Law in Network Firms through the Principle of Human Dignity' (working paper)

Juan-Pablo Landa Zapirain, 'Models of Governance for Industrial Companies and Corporations in the Global Era of Capitalist Sustainable Production' (working paper) 

Steven Willborn, 'Labor Law and the Race to the Bottom' (working paper)

Papers added June 2013:

Hila Shamir, 'A Labour Paradigm for Human Trafficking' (UCLA Law Review)

Joellen Riley, 'Beyond Contract: Reconceptualising the Fundamentals of the Law of Work' (working paper)

Papers added May 2013:

Kevin Banks, 'The Role and Promise of International Law in Canada's New Labour Law Constitutionalism' (working paper)

Kevin Banks, 'Must Canada Change Its Labour and Employment Laws to Compete with the United States' (working paper) 

Papers added April 2013:

Diamond Ashiagbor, Unravelling the embedded liberal bargain: Labour and social welfare law in the context of EU market integration (forthcoming in the European Law Journal)

International Labour Office & European Labour Law Network, Regulating the Employment Relationship in Europe: A guide to Recommendation No. 198 

Einat Albin, The Case of Quashie: Between the Legalisation of Sex Work and the Precariousness of Personal Service Work (forthcoming in the Industrial Law Journal)

Papers added March 2013:

Matthew W. Finkin, Employee Self-Representation and the Law in the United States (forthcoming in the Osgoode Hall Law Journal)

César F. Rosado Marzán, Organizing Unions in the U.S. with International Framework Agreements: An Exploratory Study (forthcoming in the California Irvine Law Review)

Papers added January 2013:

Michele Tiraboschi, Italian Labour Law after the so-called Monti-Fornero Reform (Law No. 92/2012) (The E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies) 

Michele Tiraboschi, Young Workers in Recessionary Times: A Caveat (to continental Europe) to Reconstruct its Labour Law? (The E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies) 

Michele Tiraboschi, Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Recessionary Times (ADAPT University Press) 

Silvia Spattini, Agency Work: a Comparative Analysis (The E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies) 

Lilach Lurie, Can Unions Promote Employability? Senior Workers in Israel's Collective Agreements (working paper)

David Doorey, The Charter and the Law of Work: A Beginner's Guide (working paper)

David Doorey, Graduated Freedom of Association: Worker Voice Beyond the Wagner model (forthcoming, Queens Law Journal)

Adelle Blackett, The Decent Work for Domestic Workers Convention and Recommendation, 2011 (American Journal of International Law)

Papers added December 2012:

Guy Davidov, The Goals of Regulating Work: Between Universalism and Selectivity (forthcoming, University of Toronto Law Journal)

Papers added September 2012:

César F. Rosado Marzán, Punishment and Work Law Compliance: Lessons from Chile (Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal)

Silvana Sciarra, Common Places, New Places - The Labour Law Rhetoric of the Crisis, (Master Class given at the University of Hasselt)

Papers added August 2012:

Adrián Goldin, Corporatism, Neo-Corporatism, and Freedom of Association, (forthcoming in Dominic Roux, ed. Collective Autonomy in Labour Law: National and International Perspectives - Essays in Honor of Pierre Verge (Presses de l’Université Laval 2012)

Judy Fudge, From Women and Labour Law to Putting Gender and Law to Work (forthcoming in Margaret Davies and Vanessa Munro, ed. The Ashgate Research Companion to Feminist Legal Theory (Ashgate 2012))

Papers added July 2012:

Richard Mitchell, Petra Mahy and Peter Gahan, The Evolution of Labour Law in India: An Overview and Commentary on Regulatory Objectives and Development (working paper)

Stein Evju, Labour Is Not a Commodity: A Reappraisal (working paper)

Papers added June 2012:

Joo-Cheong Tham and Iain Campbell, Equal Treatment For Temporary Migrant Workers and the Challenges of Their Precariousness (working paper)

Papers added May 2012:

John Howe and Tess Hardy, Accountability and the Fair Work Ombudsman (Australian Journal of Administrative Law)

Papers added April 2012:

John Howe, Government as Industrial Relations Role Model: The Promotion of Collective Bargaining and Workplace Cooperation by Non-Legislative Mechanisms (working paper)

Brian Langille and Benjamin Oliphant, From the Frying Pan to the Fire: Fraser and the Shift from International Law to International "Thought" in Charter Cases (working paper)

Kevin Kolben, Transnational Labor Regulation and Limits of Governance (Theoretical Inquiries in Law) 

Eric Tucker, Labor's Many Constitutions (And Capital's Too) (Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal) 

Papers added February 2012: 

Anthony Forsyth, An American Transplant on Australian Soil: Comparing Purposes and Concepts in United States and Australian Collective Bargaining Law (a shorter version of this paper is forthcoming in Rediscovering Collective Bargaining: Australia’s Fair Work Act in International Perspective)

Anna Chapman, Australian Anti-Discrimination Law, Work, Care and Family (working paper)

Virginia Mantouvalou, Are Labour Rights Human Rights? (forthcoming in the European Labor Law Journal) 

Papers added January 2012:

Guy Davidov, Articulating Labour Law's Goals: Why and How (working paper)

Douglas Brodie, The Employment Relationship and Fiduciary Obligations (forthcoming in the Edinburgh Law Review)

Eusebi Colàs Neila, Fundamental Rights of Workers in the Digital Age: A Methodological Approach From a Case Study (working paper)

Papers added December 2011:

Ruth Dukes and Emilios Christodoulidis, Habermas and the European Social Dialogue: Deliberative Democracy as Industrial Democracy? (working paper)

Paul Secunda, The Perceptible Disconnect Between the Global Economic Crisis and the Wisconsin Public Sector Labor Dispute of 2011 (working paper) 

Papers added November 2011:

David Doorey, Good Employer, Bad Employer: Insights From Decentred Regulation for Improving Employment Standards Compliance (forthcoming Osgoode Hall Law Journal)

Einat Albin and Virginia Mantouvalou, The ILO Convention on Domestic Workers: From the Shadows to the Light (forthcoming Industrial Law Journal) 

Papers added October 2011:

Judy Fudge, The Precarious Migrant Status and Precarious Employment: The Paradox of International Rights for Migrant Workers (working paper) 

Benjamin Sachs, Unions, Corporations, and Political Opt-Out Rights After Citizens United (forthcoming Columbia Law Review) 

Guy Davidov, A Balanced Approach to Job Security (working paper)

Guy Davidov, The Principle of Proportionality in Labour Law and its Impact on Precarious Workers (working paper)

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