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British Journal of Industrial Relations

1990 - 2023

Current editor(s): Edmund Heery

From London School of Economics
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Volume 61, issue 1, 2023

‘It was doing my head in’: Low‐paid multiple employment and zero hours work pp. 3-23 Downloads
Andrew Smith and Jo McBride
Financialization and the rise of atypical work pp. 24-45 Downloads
Giorgos Gouzoulis, Panagiotis (Takis) Iliopoulos and Giorgos Galanis
Becoming a pirate: Independence as an alternative to exit in the gig economy pp. 46-67 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
Retooling militancy: Labour revitalization and fixed‐duration strikes pp. 68-88 Downloads
John Kallas
There is power in a union? Union members' preferences and the conditional effect of labour unions on left parties in different welfare state programmes pp. 89-109 Downloads
Fabian Engler and Linda Voigt
Lopsided inclusion: The impact of multi‐employer bargaining and class‐based unionism on non‐regular employment in South Korea pp. 110-132 Downloads
Dongwoo Park
The effect of changes in public sector bargaining laws on teacher union membership pp. 133-158 Downloads
Eunice S. Han
How does working‐time flexibility affect workers' productivity in a routine job? Evidence from a field experiment pp. 159-187 Downloads
Marie Boltz, Bart Cockx, Ana Maria Diaz and Luz Magdalena Salas
Tax breaks for incentive pay, productivity and wages: Evidence from a reform in Italy pp. 188-213 Downloads
Mirella Damiani, Fabrizio Pompei and Andrea Ricci
Mass Strikes and Social Movements in Brazil and India, by Jörg Nowak. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2019, XI, 319 pp., ISBN: 978‐3‐030‐05375‐8/Hardcover ISBN 978‐3‐030‐05374‐1/Softcover ISBN 978‐3‐030‐73126‐7, Price EUR 46.00. ebook, p/b pp. 214-215 Downloads
Ricardo Framil Filho
For labor to build upon pp. 216-218 Downloads
Maya Adereth
Digging Our Own Graves: Coal Mining & the Struggle over Black Lung Disease, by Barbara Ellen Smith. Haymarket Books, 2020, pp. 318 pages. ISBN: 978‐1‐64259‐275‐7, US $23.95 pp. 218-221 Downloads
Braham Dabscheck
Making Light Work: An End to Toil in the Twenty‐First Century, by David A. Spencer. Oxford and Medford, MA: Polity Press, 2022, ix + 205 pp., ISBN‐13: 978‐1‐5095‐4862‐0 (hbk); ISBN‐13: 978‐1‐5095‐4863‐7 (pbk), Price £36.16; £15.99 pp. 221-223 Downloads
Edmund Heery
Unfree Migrant Domestic Work in Arab States, by Rhacel Salazar Parreñas. Stanford University Press, October 2021, 232 pp. ISBN: 9781503629653, Price £17.99, p/b pp. 223-225 Downloads
Panchali Ray
Employment, Trade Unionism, and Class: The Labour Market in Southern Europe since the Crisis by Gregoris Ioannou (ed.). (2022). Pgs. 244. Routledge. Hb £96. E‐book £25.57. ISBN 9780367142889 pp. 225-227 Downloads
Costas Eleftheriou
Passionate Work: Endurance after the Good Life, by Renyi Hong. Duke University Press Books, May 2022, 248 pp. ISBN: 9781478018223, Price £20.99, p/b pp. 227-229 Downloads
Birgan Gokmenoglu
Your Boss Is an Algorithm Artificial Intelligence, Platform Work and Labour By Antonio Aloisi (Author), Valerio De Stefano (Author). Bloomsbury Publishing, 14 Jul 2022, 200 pp., ISBN: 9781509953189, Price £19.79 ‐ paperback, p/b pp. 229-231 Downloads
Prakriti Dasgupta

Volume 60, issue 4, 2022

State bans on pay secrecy and earnings: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 pp. 697-734 Downloads
Srikant Devaraj and Pankaj C. Patel
Occupational licensing's effects on firm location and employment in the United States pp. 735-760 Downloads
Alicia Plemmons
Should prevailing wages prevail? Re‐examining the effect of prevailing wage laws on affordable housing construction costs pp. 761-783 Downloads
Matthew Hinkel and Dale Belman
Gender typicality and sexual minority labour market differentials pp. 784-814 Downloads
Ian Burn and Michael Martell
When stakeholders claim differently for diversity management: Adopting lesbian, gay and bisexual‐inclusive practices in Italy pp. 815-840 Downloads
Simone Pulcher, Marco Guerci and Thomas Köllen
Job‐related well‐being of sexual minorities: Evidence from the British workplace employment relations study pp. 841-863 Downloads
Jing Wang, David Wicks and Chris Zhang
Unions, collective agreements and productivity: A firm‐level analysis using Norwegian matched employer–employee panel data pp. 864-894 Downloads
Elin Svarstad and Fredrik B. Kostøl
How collective bargaining shapes poverty: New evidence for developed countries pp. 895-928 Downloads
Kevin Pineda‐Hernández, Francois Rycx and Mélanie Volral
Uncovered workers in plants covered by collective bargaining: Who are they and how do they fare? pp. 929-945 Downloads
Boris Hirsch, Philipp Lentge and Claus Schnabel
Revaluing Work(ers): Toward a Democratic and Sustainable Future, edited by Tobias Schulze‐Cleven and Todd E. Vachon, ISBN: 978‐0‐913447‐22‐2, Price 34.95 pp. 946-948 Downloads
Martin Krzywdzinski
Rethinking Value Chains Tackling the Challenges of Global Capitalism, Edited by Florence Palpacuer and Alistair Smith. Policy Press, Aug 13, 2021, 204 pages. ISBN: 978–1447359173, Price, h/b pp. 948-950 Downloads
Simon Kennedy
Marx in the Field, by Alessandra Mezzadri (ed.). London & New York: Anthem Press; 2021, 256 pp., ISBN: 9781785274497, Price $125.00, h/b pp. 950-957 Downloads
George Tsogas
Re‐Union: How Bold Labor Reforms Can Repair, Revitalize, and Reunite the United States, David Madland. ILR Press, Ithaca, 2021, x + 227, ISBN: 9781501755378, Price $29.95, hardback pp. 957-959 Downloads
Jason Russell
Why Informal Workers Organize. Contentious Politics, Enforcement, and the State, by Calla Hummel. Published: 15 November 2021, 224 Pages pp., ISBN: 9780192847812, Price £65.00, h/b pp. 959-961 Downloads
Omar Manky
Nothing to Lose But Our Chains: Work and Resistance in Twenty‐First‐Century Britain, by Jane Hardy, 2021. London: Pluto Press. 2021, Paperback £9.99. Hardback £37.50. ebook £9.99. Paperback ISBN: 9780745341040 pp. 961-962 Downloads
Cate Hopkins
Reimagining Academic Activism: Learning from Feminist Anti‐Violence Activists by Ruth Weatherhall pp. 963-965 Downloads
Elizabeth Quinlan
Millennial Feminism at Work, edited by Jane Juffer, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021, 204p., ISBN: 978‐1501760280 pp. 965-967 Downloads
Jiyoon Park
Working Class Experiences of Social Inequalities in (Post‐) Industrial Landscapes Feelings of Class, by Lars Meier. Routledge, May 18, 2021, 176 Pages pp., ISBN: ISBN 9781138312173, Price GBP £120.00, h/b pp. 967-969 Downloads
Markéta Doležalová

Volume 60, issue 3, 2022

The development of financial participation in Europe pp. 479-510 Downloads
Paul E. M. Ligthart, Erik Poutsma and Chris Brewster
Can cooperatives/employee‐owned businesses improve ‘bad’ jobs? Evaluating job quality in three low‐paid sectors pp. 511-535 Downloads
Sarah Jenkins and Wil Chivers
The effect of work‐schedule control on volunteering among early career employees pp. 536-562 Downloads
Noemi Mantovan, Robert Sauer and John Wilson
What makes an active citizen? A test of multiple links between workplace experiences and civic participation pp. 563-584 Downloads
Daniela Lup
Inside the meetings: The role of managerial attitudes in approaches to information and consultation for employees pp. 585-605 Downloads
Nadia K. Kougiannou, Adrian Wilkinson and Tony Dundon
Unions and hazard pay for COVID‐19: Evidence from the Canadian Labour Force Survey pp. 606-634 Downloads
Danielle Lamb, Rafael Gomez and Milad Moghaddas
Securing collective representation in non‐union European multinational companies: The case of Ryanair pilots’ (partial) success pp. 635-661 Downloads
John F. Geary
Union membership and the willingness to prioritize environmental protection above growth and jobs: A multi‐level analysis covering 22 European countries pp. 662-682 Downloads
Josef Ringqvist
The network trap: Why women struggle to make it into the board room, by MerylBushell, KimHoque, and DeborahDean. Springer, Singapore, 2020, IX, 140 pp., ISBN: Hardcover ISBN 978‐981‐15‐0877‐6/Softcover ISBN 978‐981‐15‐0880‐6/eBook ISBN 978‐981‐15‐0878‐3, Price eBook: EUR 67.40, h/b pp. 683-684 Downloads
Daniela Cialfi
Make bosses pay: Why we need unions, by Eve Livingston. Pluto Press, September 2021, 160 pp., ISBN: Paperback ISBN: 9780745341620, eBook ISBN: 9781786808417, Price £5.99, p/b pp. 684-686 Downloads
Duncan Adam
Work and the Carceral State. Jon Burnett. Pluto Press, 2022, 224 pp., ISBN: 9780745340166, Price £18.99 ‐ Paperback pp. 686-687 Downloads
Fabian van Onzen
Noel Ignatiev. 2021. Acceptable Men – Life in the Largest Steel Mill in the World. Chicago, IL: Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company, 110 pages. ISBN: 978088286008 pp. 688-691 Downloads
George Tsogas
The Labor Board Crew: Remaking Worker – Employer Relations from Pearl Harbor to the Reagan Era, by Ronald W. Schatz. University of Illinois Press, 11 Jan 2021, 344 pp., ISBN: 978‐0‐252‐08559‐8, Price, £22.99 pp. 691-693 Downloads
Michael Keaney

Volume 60, issue 2, 2022

Trade unions and the well‐being of workers pp. 255-277 Downloads
David G. Blanchflower, Alex Bryson and Colin Green
Revisiting the gender job satisfaction paradox: The roots seem to run deep pp. 278-323 Downloads
Maryam Dilmaghani
The intensification of work in Europe: A multilevel analysis pp. 324-347 Downloads
Dragoș Adăscăliței, Jason Heyes and Pedro Mendonça
Customer aggression, employee voice and quit rates: Evidence from the frontline service workforce pp. 348-370 Downloads
Xiangmin Liu, Danielle D. van Jaarsveld and Yoshio Yanadori
Comparative institutional disadvantage: Small firms and vocational training in the British manufacturing sector in comparative perspective pp. 371-390 Downloads
Chiara Benassi, Niccolo Durazzi and Johann Fortwengel
Job mobility and heterogeneous returns to apprenticeship training in Italy pp. 391-423 Downloads
Giorgio d'Agostino, Michele Raitano and Margherita Scarlato
Owners, external managers and industrial relations in German establishments pp. 424-443 Downloads
Arnd Kölling and Claus Schnabel
Global union federations on affiliates’ websites: Forces shaping unions’ global organisational identity pp. 444-466 Downloads
Lorenzo Frangi and Tingting Zhang
Power Despite Precarity. Strategies for the Contingent Faculty Movement in Higher Education. Joe Berry and Helena Worthen. Pluto Press, 2021, 320 pp. ISBN: 9780745345529. Price: £ 19.99 pp. 467-469 Downloads
Lorena Gazzotti
The warehouse. Workers and robots at Amazon, by Alessendra Delfanti. Pluto Press, New York, 2021, 192 pp., Paperback ISBN: 9780745342177, Hardcover ISBN: 9780745342160, eBook ISBN: 9781786808653, £17.99 pb pp. 469-470 Downloads
Vincent Pasquier and Kai‐Hsin Hung
Living wages and the welfare state: The Anglo‐American social model in transition Shaun Wilson Bristol: Polity Press. 2021 pp. 471-472 Downloads
Peter Prowse
Service Workers in the Era of Monopoly Capital, by Fabian van Onzen. Brill Publishers. 2021, 212 pp., ISBN: 978‐90‐04‐46962‐4/978‐90‐04‐33705‐3, Price $197.00, h/b pp. 473-475 Downloads
Çağlar Karaca

Volume 60, issue 1, 2022

The total compensation gap, wage gap and benefit gap between workers with and without a disability pp. 3-31 Downloads
Kevin F. Hallock, Xin Jin and Michael Waldman
Working from home and disabled people's employment outcomes pp. 32-56 Downloads
Kim Hoque and Nick Bacon
How workers mobilize in financializing firms: A theory of discursive opportunism pp. 57-77 Downloads
Sidney A. Rothstein
What tactical repertoire to use in strikes and when to use it? Strategies of workers and their mobilization power in Chile (2010–2018) pp. 78-98 Downloads
Diego Velásquez Orellana, Domingo Pérez and Sebastián Link
Bottom‐Up Unionization in China: A Power Resources Analysis pp. 99-123 Downloads
Elaine Sio‐ieng Hui
Union Membership Peaks in Midlife pp. 124-151 Downloads
David Blanchflower and Alex Bryson
Contracts, pay and performance in the sport of kings: Evidence from horse racing pp. 152-175 Downloads
David Butler, Robert Butler and Robert Simmons
Rent sharing in China: Magnitude, heterogeneity and drivers pp. 176-219 Downloads
Wenjing Duan and Pedro Martins
The TUC and social democratic trade union leadership in twentieth century Britain: Bevin, Citrine and after.Ernest Bevin: Labour's Churchill, by Andrew Adonis, Biteback, London, 2020.Walter Citrine: Forgotten Statesman of the Trades Union Congress, by Dr Jim Moher, JGM Books, London, 2021 pp. 220-225 Downloads
Peter Ackers
Arise. Power, Strategy and Union Resurgence, by Jane Holgate. Pluto Press London, 2021, 272 pp., ISBN: 9780745344027, £16.99 paperback p/b pp. 226-228 Downloads
Heather Connolly
Workers and changes in China: Resistance, repression, responsiveness. Manfred Elfstrom. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2021, 232 pp., ISBN: 9781108831109, $99.00 pp. 228-230 Downloads
Ou Lin
Leading Progress: The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada. Toronto: Between the Lines, M5B 2K3, Canada, 2020, by Jason Russell pp. 230-232 Downloads
Jenny Carson
Precarious battle: Labour broking in the South African post office, by David Dickinson. University of KwaZulu‐Natal Press, Pietermaritizburg, 2021. ISBN‐978 1 86914 468 5; eISBN‐978 1 86914 469 2 pp. 232-234 Downloads
Edward Webster
Labor in the Time of Trump, edited by Jasmine Kerrissey, Eve Winbaum, Clare Hammonds, Tom Juravich Dan, Clawson. Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London, 2019, 257 pp., ISBN 9781501746604 (pbk.), Price US$27.95 pp. 234-236 Downloads
Kaan Agartan
Overload: How good jobs went bad and what we can do about it, by Erin L. Kelly and Phyllis Moen. Princeton University Press, 2020, ISBN: 9780691179179, $29.95/£25.00, hardcover pp. 236-238 Downloads
Cat Spellman
Ruth Milkman. Immigrant labor and the new precariat. Polity Press. 2020 pp. 238-241 Downloads
Sue Ledwith
The Bangladesh garment industry and the global supply chain. Choices and constraints of management, Shahidur Rahman, London, Routledge, 18 June 2021, 1st digital edition, 170 pages, B/W Illustrations, £33.29, 9781003153238 pp. 241-243 Downloads
Rianne Doller
Aneta Tyc. Global trade, labour rights and international law ‐ a multilevel approach. 2021. London: Routledge, 242 pages. ISBN: 9780367747985, Price £96.00, h/b pp. 243-247 Downloads
George Tsogas
Minimum wage regimes. Statutory regulation, collective bargaining and adequate levels, by Dingeldey, I., Grimshaw, D., Schulten, T. (eds). Abingdon: Routledge, 2021 pp. 248-250 Downloads
Joan Miró
Global Youth Unemployment: History, Governance and Policy by Ross Fergusson and Nicola Yeates, by Craig Berry pp. 250-251 Downloads
Craig Berry
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