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Industrial Relations Journals
Corporate restructuring and downsizing, the changing employment relationship in union and nonunion settings, high performance work systems, the demographics of the workplace, and the impact of globalization on national labor markets - these are just some of the major issues covered in Industrial Relations. The journal offers an invaluable international perspective on economic, sociological, psychological, political, historical, and legal developments in labor and employment. It is the only journal in its field with this multidisciplinary focus on the implications of change for business, government and workers.Back to top
Industrial Relations Journal reports good practice and sound research in industrial relations, industrial relations management and industrial relations law in the UK, the European Union, eastern Europe and elsewhere. The journal now has a particular European focus with regular new features from European based experts. It bridges the interests of academics and practitioners by providing a forum for the wider dissemination of current thinking by industrial relations practitioners and of sound academic research.
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Issued quarterly since October 1947, the Industrial & Labor Relations Review is a leading interdisciplinary journal publishing original research on all aspects of the employment relationship. We also publish reviews of some 30 books per year.
This site contains the full text of articles and book reviews dating from April 2003 (Vol. 56, No. 3). All visitors can view and download (a) any book review archived in this site and (b) any archived article that is 1-1/2 years old or older. Subscribers can, in addition, view and download recent and current articles.
In the Articles section of the International Journal of comparative Law & Industrial Relations, a distinguished editorial team, with the support of an Editorial Board of eminent scholars from around the world, ensures a continuing high standard of scientific research dealing with a range of important issues. Major events and innovative practices in labour law, industrial relations and human resource management are discussed. A key feature of the Journal is that it aims to deal with countries from all over the world. The Comment and Documentation section and the book reviews enable readers to keep abreast of the latest treaties, conventions, directives, publications, conferences and other developments in the field.
As a result, the Journal is an essential source of information and analysis for labour lawyers, judges, policymakers, personnel specialists, international law firms, trade unions, multinational organisations, academics and libraries.
The Journal of Industrial Relations takes a broad interdisciplinary approach to the subject of the world of work. It welcomes contributions which examine the way individuals, groups, organisations and institutions shape the employment relationship.
The Journal takes the view that comprehensive understanding of industrial relations must take into account economic, political and social influences on the power of capital and labour, and the interactions between employers, workers, their collective organisations and the state.
The Journal of Industrial Relations brings together representatives of management, the trade unions, the government services and the professions, as well as specialists in the various academic disciplines concerned with industrial relations.Back to top
BJIR (British Journal of Industrial Relations) is an influential and authoritative journal which is essential reading for all academics and practitioners interested in work and employment relations. It is the highest ranked European journal in the Industrial Relations & Labour category of the Social Sciences Citation Index.Back to top
The European Journal of Industrial Relations is the principal English-language forum for the analysis of key developments in European industrial relations and their theoretical and practical implications. The journal is essential reading for both academics and practitioners concerned with current and emergent trends in industrial and employment relations in Europe and elsewhere.Back to top
Labor History is the pre-eminent journal for historical
scholarship on labor. It is thoroughly ecumenical in its approach
and showcases the work of labor historians, industrial relations
scholars, labor economists, political scientists, sociologists,
social movement theorists, business scholars and all others who
write about labor issues. By embracing all disciplines, time frames
and locales, Labor History is the flagship journal of the entire
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LABOUR provides a forum for analysis and debate on issues concerning labour economics and industrial relations. The Journal publishes high quality contributions which combine economic theory and statistical methodology in order to analyse behaviour, institutions and policies relevant to the labour market.Back to top
The International Labour Review is the world's leading multidisciplinary journal of labour market institutions and economics. Its aim is to advance academic research and inform policy debate and decision-making in these fields by bringing together the original thinking of lawyers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and industrial relations specialists on a broad range of labour market policy and social protection concerns. The International Labour Review also features concise reports on current developments considered to be of particular interest to those working in these fields and reviews of recent major publications. It is committed to an editorial policy that combines accessibility with rigorous, insightful analysis and the highest scholarly standards.Back to top