Call for special issue proposals from the International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations (IJCLLIR)

Dear colleagues,

Are you planning a panel submission for LLRN5 in Warsaw or for the ILERA conference in Lund? Why not turn the panel into a special issue? The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations (IJCLLIR) welcomes proposals for special issues, with 4-6 original articles. If you’re interested, please send a description of the topic and abstracts of the proposed articles. There is no deadline, we accept such proposals for consideration on a rolling basis.

We take this opportunity to remind all labour law scholars that we also welcome individual submissions on any labour-law-related topic. Now in its 35th year, the IJCLLIR publishes four issues each year with cutting-edge research. We pride ourselves with maintaining the highest academic standards, while at the same time providing friendly and efficient editorial services. We give a preliminary decision on whether to send a submission to peer-review within several days, and a decision letter after peer-review usually within six weeks. Actual publication is possible in most cases within a few months from acceptance. We prefer submissions of app. 10,000 words but are flexible about that. We welcome your submissions!

Guy Davidov and Pnina Alon-Shenker, IJCLLIR editors

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