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British Journal of Industrial Relations

1990 - 2021

Current editor(s): Edmund Heery

From London School of Economics
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Volume 59, issue 3, 2021

Mobilizing to Win in Europe: Change to Win and the Diffusion of Union Strategy pp. 617-642 Downloads
Rebecca Kolins Givan and Adrienne E. Eaton
The Role of Organizational Factors in Mobilizing Professionals: Evidence from Nurse Unions in the United States and Germany pp. 643-668 Downloads
Nick Krachler, Jennie Auffenberg and Luigi Wolf
Striking to Renew: Basque Unions’ Organizing Strategies and Use of the Strike‐Fund pp. 669-700 Downloads
Jon Las Heras and Lluis Rodríguez
Does Employment Protection Affect Qualification Mismatch? pp. 701-729 Downloads
Agata Maida and Cristina Tealdi
Occupational Licensing and the Skills Mismatch of Highly Educated Migrants pp. 730-756 Downloads
Massimiliano Tani
The Importance of Political Systems for Trade Union Membership, Coverage and Influence: Theory and Comparative Evidence pp. 757-787 Downloads
John Budd and J. Ryan Lamare
Inequality and the Economic Cycle: Disabled Employees’ Experience of Work during the Great Recession in Britain pp. 788-815 Downloads
Melanie Jones, Kim Hoque, Victoria Wass and Nick Bacon
Information Technology, Business Strategy and the Reassignment of Work from In‐House Employees to Agency Temps pp. 816-847 Downloads
Adam Seth Litwin and Sherry M. Tanious
New Interest Associations in a Neo‐Corporatist System: Adapting the Swiss Training System to the Service Economy pp. 848-873 Downloads
Alexandra Strebel, Patrick Emmenegger and Lukas Graf
From a ‘Moral Commentator’ to a ‘Determined Actor’? How the International Labour Organization (ILO) Orchestrates the Field of International Industrial Relations pp. 874-898 Downloads
Huw Thomas and Peter Turnbull
Hiring Frictions in a Regulated Occupation: Evidence from US Laboratories pp. 899-927 Downloads
Andrew Weaver
Measuring Multi‐Dimensional Labour Law Violation with an Application to South Africa pp. 928-961 Downloads
Haroon Bhorat, Ravi Kanbur, Benjamin Stanwix and Amy Thornton
Crossing Boundaries, Work and Industrial Relations in Perspective, by Russell Lansbury. Routledge, Oxford and New York, 2020, xi + 190 pp., ISBN: 978‐0‐367‐40802‐2 (hbk); 978‐0‐367‐80914‐0 (ebk), £110.00; £33.29 pp. 964-966 Downloads
Edmund Heery
Gender and Work in Global Value Chains: Capturing the Gains? (Development Trajectories in Global Value Chains), by S. Barrientos. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2019, 306 pp., ISBN: 9781108679459, £66.25, hardcover, £20.49, paperback. pp. 968-969 Downloads
Fabian van Onzen
Review of Value Chains: The New Economic Imperialism pp. 970-971 Downloads
Fabian van Onzen
Private regulation of labor standards in global supply chains: Problems, progress and prospects pp. 972-973 Downloads
Jean Jenkins
Disrupting Deportability: Transnational Workers Organize. By Leah F. Vosko. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press, Cornell University Press, 2019. 192 pp. ISBN 9781501742132, $115.00 (hardcover); ISBN 9781501742149, $26.95 (paperback) pp. 974-976 Downloads
Valeria Pulignano

Volume 59, issue 2, 2021

Do Unions Cause Job Dissatisfaction? Evidence from a Quasi‐Experiment in the United Kingdom pp. 251-278 Downloads
Ioulia Bessa, Andy Charlwood and Danat Valizade
How Job Changes Affect People's Lives — Evidence from Subjective Well‐Being Data pp. 279-306 Downloads
Adrian Chadi and Clemens Hetschko
The Effects of Minimum Wage Policy on the Long‐Term Care Sector in England pp. 307-334 Downloads
Florin Vadean and Stephen Allan
30,000 Minimum Wages: The Economic Effects of Collective Bargaining Extensions pp. 335-369 Downloads
Pedro Martins
Does Modernizing Union Administrative Practices Promote or Hinder Union Revitalization? A Comparative Study of US, UK and Australian Unions pp. 370-397 Downloads
Paul F. Clark, Greg J. Bamber, Paul V. Whitehead, Lois S. Gray, Sandra Cockfield and Kay Gilbert
Under the Surface of Individual and Differentiated Pay in Sweden: A Zero‐Sum Game of Performance‐Based Pay? pp. 398-417 Downloads
Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson, Bengt Larsson and Petra Adolfsson
Employment and Wages over the Business Cycle in Worker‐Owned Firms: Evidence from Spain pp. 418-443 Downloads
Jose Garcia‐Louzao
Embedded Fixers, Pragmatic Experimenters, Dedicated Activists: Evaluating Third‐Party Labour Market Actors’ Initiatives for Skilled Project‐Based Workers in the Gig Economy pp. 444-473 Downloads
Bas A. S. Koene and François Pichault
Constructing Inequalities: Tenure Trajectories of Immigrant Workers and Union Strategies in the Milan Construction Sector pp. 474-502 Downloads
Lorenzo Frangi, Tingting Zhang and Rupa Banerjee
Divided We Stand? Coalition Dynamics in the German Union Movement pp. 503-531 Downloads
Martin Behrens and Andreas Pekarek
Hero or Villain? A Cohort and Generational Analysis of How Youth Attitudes Towards Unions Have Changed over Time pp. 532-567 Downloads
Rachel Aleks, Tina Saksida and Aaron S. Wolf
Finance, Discipline and the Labour Share in the Long‐Run: France (1911–2010) and Sweden (1891–2000) pp. 568-594 Downloads
Giorgos Gouzoulis
Women's activism behind the screens. Trade unions and gender inequality in the British Film and Television Industries, by Frances C. Galt. Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2021 pp. 595-597 Downloads
Cecile Guillaume
Austerity, Women and the Role of the State Lived Experiences of the Crisis, by Vicki Dabrowski. Bristol University Press, 2020, 210 pp., ISBN: 978–1529210521, Price £75 pp. 597-599 Downloads
Manisha Kushwaha
Japan's Far More Female Future, by Bill Emmott. 224 pp. ISBN: 9780198865551, Price $40.00 pp. 599-600 Downloads
Ning Wu
Despotism on demand: How power operates in the flexible workplace, by Alex Wood.Cornell University Press, 2020, 192 pp. ISBN: 1501748882. Price $26.95 pp. 601-602 Downloads
Conor Cradden
Undoing Work, Rethinking Community. A Critique of the Social Function of Work, by Chamberlain, James, A. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 2018, 192 pp. ISBN 9781501748448, paperback. $19.95 pp. 603-605 Downloads
Gabriel Espinoza
Workers’ self‐management in Argentina: Contesting neo‐liberalism by occupying companies, creating coperatives, and recuperating autogestión, edited by Marcelo Vieta pp. 605-606 Downloads
Catherine Spellman
Working in the context of austerity: Challenges and struggles, edited by Donna Baines, Ian Cunningham. Bristol University Press, 2020, 364 pp., ISBN: 978–1529208672, Price, £80.00 pp. 607-608 Downloads
Michael Keaney
Re‐inventing Labour Law Enforcement. A Socio‐Legal Analysis by Louise Munkholm. Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2020, 208 pp., ISBN: 978‐1‐50992‐637‐4, £65.00 hardback pp. 609-610 Downloads
Lorena Poblete
The Right to Strike in International Law, by Jeffrey Vogt, Janice Bellace, Lance Compa, K.D. Ewing, Lord Hendy QC, Klaus Lörcher and Tonia Novitz. Oxford/New York: Hart/Bloomsbury, 223 pp., ISBN: 9781509933556 (hardback), 9781509933570 (Epub). £65 hardback, £58.50 Ebook pp. 610-612 Downloads
Margaret Prior

Volume 59, issue 1, 2021

Uneven Development, Uneven Response: The Relentless Search for Meaningful Regulation of GVCs pp. 3-24 Downloads
Jonathan Morris, Jean Jenkins and Jimmy Donaghey
Explaining Employment Effects in Multipolar Value Chains: A Cross‐National Study on Soft Drinks and Dairy Manufacturing in Europe pp. 25-51 Downloads
Valeria Pulignano, Nikolaus Hammer and Nadja Doerflinger
Upstreamness, Wages and Gender: Equal Benefits for All? pp. 52-83 Downloads
Nicola Gagliardi, Benoît Mahy and Francois Rycx
Planting Seeds for Social Dialogue: An Institutional Work Perspective pp. 84-113 Downloads
Annelien Gansemans, Céline Louche and Marijke D'Haese
A ‘Decent Cuppa’: Worker Power and Consumer Power in the Sri Lankan Tea Sector pp. 114-138 Downloads
Huw Thomas
South Korea's Automotive Labour Regime, Hyundai Motors’ Global Production Network and Trade‐Based Integration with the European Union pp. 139-166 Downloads
Liam Campling, James Harrison, Ben Richardson, Adrian Smith and Mirela Barbu
Does an Entrepreneurial Career Pay for Women in China? pp. 167-190 Downloads
Lin Xiu and Morley Gunderson
Towards a Socialization of the EU's New Economic Governance Regime? EU Labour Policy Interventions in Germany, Ireland, Italy and Romania (2009–2019) pp. 191-213 Downloads
Jamie Jordan, Vincenzo Maccarrone and Roland Erne
Flexibilization at the Core to Reduce Labour Market Dualism: Evidence from the Spanish Case pp. 214-235 Downloads
Luis Cárdenas and Paloma Villanueva
Workers' Inquiry and Global Class Struggle. Strategies, Tactics, Objectives, edited by Robert Ovetz 288 pages. ISBN: 9780745340869, price £12.49 pp. 236-238 Downloads
Rohan Dominic Mathews
Review on the ‘Handbook of Research on Employee Voice’, edited by Wilkinson, A., Donaghey, J., Dundon, T. and Freeman, R. B. Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, 2nd edn, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020 pp. 238-241 Downloads
Vassil Kirov
Contemporary Global Issues in Human Resource Management (2020) Ed. Mehmet Ali Turkmenoglu and Berat Cicek Emerald Publishing. £75 pp. 241-242 Downloads
Pauric P. O'Rourke
Review of the Triumph of Doubt: Doubt Dark Money and the Science of Deception by David Michaels. Oxford University Press. 2020 ISBN: 978019092265 pp. 242-244 Downloads
Andrew Watterson
Strategic Compensation and Talent Management: Lessons for Managers, by Jed DeVaro. Cambridge University Press, UK, 2020, 361 pp., ISBN: 9781108861458, Price 51.99, p/b pp. 244-246 Downloads
Alex Bryson
Invisibility by Design: Women and Labor in Japan's Digital Economy, by Gabriella Lukacs pp. 246-247 Downloads
Jonathan Morris
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