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British Journal of Industrial Relations

1990 - 2024

Current editor(s): Edmund Heery

From London School of Economics
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Volume 62, issue 2, 2024

How should we think about employers’ associations? pp. 193-205 Downloads
Alex Bryson and Paul Willman
Employer associations in Italy: Trends and economic outcomes pp. 206-232 Downloads
Bernardo Fanfani, Claudio Lucifora and Daria Vigani
All about power after all? A multi‐level analysis of employers’ organization membership in Europe pp. 233-261 Downloads
Alex Lehr, Giedo Jansen and Bernd Brandl
Immigrants and trade union membership: Does integration into society and workplace play a moderating role? pp. 262-292 Downloads
Fenet Jima Bedaso and Uwe Jirjahn
Pay transparency intervention and the gender pay gap: Evidence from research‐intensive universities in the UK pp. 293-318 Downloads
Danula K. Gamage, Georgios Kavetsos, Sushanta Mallick and Almudena Sevilla
The effects of the decentralization of collective bargaining on wages and wage dispersion: Evidence from the Finnish forest and IT industries pp. 319-334 Downloads
Antti Kauhanen
Collective bargaining and power: Wage premium of collective agreements in Europe 2002–2018 pp. 335-357 Downloads
Wouter Zwysen and Jan Drahokoupil
Income generation on care work digital labour platforms pp. 358-380 Downloads
Paula McDonald, Penny Williams, Robyn Mayes and Maria Khan
Employee financial participation and corporate social and environmental performance: Evidence from European panel data pp. 381-409 Downloads
Geert Braam, Erik Poutsma, Roel Schouteten and Beatrice van der Heijden
Flexibility for equality: Examining the impact of flexible working time arrangements on women's convergence in working hours pp. 410-445 Downloads
Filippos Maraziotis
The bosses’ union: How employers organized to fight labor before the new deal By Vilja Hulden (2023). Urbana, Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 330 pages, ISBN:9780252086922 pp. 446-448 Downloads
Deepa Kylasam Iyer
Explaining varieties of social solidarity in supply chains: Actors, institutions and market risks distribution in outsourced public services pp. 449-479 Downloads
Anna Mori
Employment relations and global governance: The dialogue between the Global Unions and the IFIsBy Yvonne Rueckert. Routledge, July 7, 2023, 232 pp., ISBN: 9781138208803, Price £130.00, h/b pp. 480-482 Downloads
Vincenzo Maccarrone
Empirical challenges in the study of employer associations and their representativeness pp. 483-510 Downloads
Thomas Breda

Volume 62, issue 1, 2024

Power and bias in industrial relations research pp. 3-27 Downloads
Anthony Doucouliagos, Hristos Doucouliagos and T. Stanley
Disability and trade union membership in the UK pp. 28-49 Downloads
Melanie Jones
Zero hours contracts and self‐reported (mental) health in the UK pp. 50-71 Downloads
Egidio Farina, Colin Green and Duncan McVicar
Solidarity with atypical workers? Survey evidence from the General Motors versus United Auto Workers strike in 2019 pp. 72-97 Downloads
Carla Lima Aranzaes, Christian Lyhne Ibsen, Philip S. DeOrtentiis and Maite Tapia
The limitations of overtime limits to reduce long working hours: Evidence from the 2018 to 2021 working time reform in Korea pp. 98-126 Downloads
Stéphane Carcillo, Alexander Hijzen and Stefan Thewissen
Do outside options drive wage inequalities in retained jobs? Evidence from a natural experiment pp. 127-153 Downloads
Veronika Lukesch and Thomas Zwick
Social movement unionism in Spain's feminized precarious service sector: Criticism, cooperation and competition pp. 154-173 Downloads
Verna Alcalde‐González, Ana Gálvez‐Mozo and Alan Valenzuela‐Bustos
The world wide web of work. A history in the making by Marcel van der Linden. UCL Press, 2023, 412 pp., ISBN: 9781800084575, Price £50.00, h/b pp. 174-176 Downloads
George Tsogas
Organizing women. Gender equality policies in French and British Trade Unions by Cécile Guillaume. Bristol University Press, 2021, 212 pp., ISBN: 978–1529213690, Price GBP 80.00, h/b pp. 177-179 Downloads
Lucia Amorosi
Labor in the Age of Finance: Pensions, Politics, and Corporations from Deindustrialization to Dodd−Frank By Sanford M. Jacoby. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2021. $37 (hardcover) pp. 179-181 Downloads
Kevin D. Tennent
Work and employment relations in Southern Europe: The impact of de‐regulation, organizational change and social fragmentation on worker representation and action (Southern European Societies Series) By Carlos Fernández Rodríguez and Miguel Martínez Lucio, London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023, 208 pp., h/b. ISBN: 9781789909531, Price £80 pp. 181-183 Downloads
Pau Lopez‐Gaitan
The Logic of Professionalism ‐ Work and Management in Professional Service Organizations ISBN: 9781529206074, Bristol University Press, £26.79 (Paperback) pp. 183-185 Downloads
Norman Ornelas
Employment: A Key Idea for Business and Society By Jamie Woodcock. Abingdon: Routledge, 2023. ISBN 9781032247250. £26.39 pp. 185-187 Downloads
Eleanor Kirk
Machines against measures By Sotiropoulou, I. (2023). New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic pp. 187-189 Downloads
Zeynep Ceren Henriques Correia

Volume 61, issue 4, 2023

Job satisfaction and employer‐sponsored training pp. 771-795 Downloads
Vasilios D. Kosteas
The link between computer use and job satisfaction: The mediating role of job tasks and task discretion pp. 796-831 Downloads
Saverio Minardi, Carla Hornberg, Paolo Barbieri and Heike Solga
Adopting telework: The causal impact of working from home on subjective well‐being pp. 832-868 Downloads
Guillaume Gueguen and Claudia Senik
All work intensity is not created equal: Effort motives, job satisfaction and quit intentions at a grocery chain pp. 869-894 Downloads
Argyro Avgoustaki and Hans T. W. Frankort
Labour market impacts of occupational licensing and delicensing: New evidence from China pp. 895-921 Downloads
Mengjie Lyu, Tingting Zhang and Hua Ye
Do mass layoffs affect voting behaviour? Evidence from the UK pp. 922-950 Downloads
Nils Braakmann and Wessel N. Vermeulen
Institutional support for new work roles: The case of care coordinators in the United States and England pp. 951-974 Downloads
Nick Krachler
Labour Regimes and Global Production By Elena Baglioni, Liam Campling, Neil M. Coe and Adrian Smith. Agenda Publishing, UK/USA, 2023, 352 pp., ISBN: 9781788216791, Price £29.99, p/b pp. 975-977 Downloads
Siobhán McGrath
How We Struggle: A Political Anthropology of Labour By Sian Lazar. Pluto Press, Jan 2023, 304 pp., ISBN: 9780745347516, Price £19.99, p/b pp. 977-979 Downloads
Laura McQuade
Lessons in organising: What trade unionists can learn from the war on teachers by Little, G., Sharp, E., Stevenson, H., & Wilson, D. (2023). London: Pluto Press. Paperback ISBN: 9780745345222, £7.49 pp. 979-981 Downloads
Lorena Gazzotti
Rules to Win by: Power and Participation in Union Negotiations by Jane F. McAlevey and Abby Lawlor. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023, 312 pp., ISBN: 9780197690468, £19.99, h/b pp. 982-983 Downloads
Vincent Collins
Building Power to Shape Labor Policy: Unions, Employer Associations, and Reform in Neoliberal Chile By Pablo Pérez Ahumada, University of Pittsburgh Press, May 2023, 224 pp., ISBN: 9780822947691 (hardback), Price USD 55.00 pp. 984-986 Downloads
Yao‐Tai Li
Labour Conflicts in the Digital Age‐A Comparative PerspectiveBy Donatella della Porta, Riccardo Emilio Chesta and Lorenzo Cini. ISBN: 978‐1529228243. Price £80 pp. 986-988 Downloads
Giuseppe Simone
Management divided: Contradictions of labor management By Matt Vidal. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022. 384 pp. ISBN 9780198795278, $100 (hardcover) pp. 988-990 Downloads
Valeria Pulignano
Employer engagement: Making active labour market policies work Edited by Jo Ingold and Patrick McGurk. Bristol University Press, Mar 1, 2024, 270 pp., ISBN: 978–1529223002, Price GBP 28.99, p/b pp. 990-992 Downloads
Sarah Ball

Volume 61, issue 3, 2023

Corporate codes of conduct and labour turnover in global apparel supply chains pp. 481-505 Downloads
Chunyun Li and Sarosh Kuruvilla
Contrasting union orientations and engagement with international private regulation: The agency and role of labour in MNC subsidiaries in Ghana pp. 506-525 Downloads
Nathaniel Tetteh and Stephen Mustchin
Coordination versus organization: Diverging logics of firm cooperation in Denmark and Sweden pp. 526-549 Downloads
Christian Lyhne Ibsen, Lisa Sezer and Virginia Doellgast
Conflict or cooperation? Exploring the relationship between cooperative institutions and robotisation pp. 550-573 Downloads
Toon Van Overbeke
From monopoly to voice effects? British workplace unionism and productivity performance into the new millennium pp. 574-594 Downloads
Michail Veliziotis and Guy Vernon
The collective voice of unions and workplace training in Italy: New insights from mixed methods pp. 595-622 Downloads
Fabio Berton, Anna Carreri, Francesco Devicienti and Andrea Ricci
What did unions do for union workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic? pp. 623-652 Downloads
Eunice S. Han
Organizational leadership: How much does it matter? pp. 653-673 Downloads
Getinet Haile
The mythology of ‘Big Data’ as a source of corporate power pp. 674-696 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
Workplace gender segregation in standard and non‐standard employment regimes in the US labour market pp. 697-722 Downloads
Alex Makarevich
Two paths towards job instability: Comparing changes in the distribution of job tenure duration in the United Kingdom and Germany, 1984–2014 pp. 723-751 Downloads
Xavier St‐Denis and Matissa Hollister
Making Choices, Making Do: Survival Strategies of Black and White Working‐Class Women during the Great Depression by Lois Rita Helmbold (2022). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. 247 Pages. ISBN: 9781978826434The Fruit of Her Hands: Jewish and Christian Women's Work in Catalan Cities by Sarah Ifft Decker (2022). University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press. 233 Pages. ISBN: 9780271093307Women, Work and Activism: Chapters of an Inclusive History of Labor in the Long Twentieth Century edited by Eloisa Betti, Leda Papastefanaki, Marica Tolomelli and Susan Zimmermann (2022). Budapest: Central European University Press. 354 Pages. ISBN: 9789633864418 pp. 752-754 Downloads
Deepa Kylasam Iyer
The Cambridge Handbook of Labour in Competition Law Edited by Sanjukta Paul, Shae McCrystal and Ewan McGaughey, Cambridge University Press, 2022 pp. 755-756 Downloads
Ou Lin
T.O.B.A. Time: Black Vaudeville and the Theatre Owners’ Booking Association in Jazz‐Age America by Michelle R. Scott, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Chicago and Springfield, 2023, xvi + 264 pages, ISBN 978‐0‐252‐08698‐4, paper, US$28.00 pp. 757-759 Downloads
Braham Dabscheck
Work and Alienation in the Platform Economy Amazon and the Power of Organization by Sarrah Kassem (Author). Bristol University Press, 28 Feb 2023, 222 pp., ISBN: 978–1529226546 (hardback), 978–1529226560 (Epub). £85 hardback, £27.99 Ebook pp. 760-761 Downloads
Prakriti Dasgupta
Marketization: How Capitalist Exchange Disciplines Workers and Subverts Democracy (Autonomy and Automation) By Ian Greer and Charles Umney. Bloomsbury Academic, November 3, 2022, 192 pages, ISBN: 1913441466, Price $24.95, p/b pp. 762-764 Downloads
Karen Jaehrling
Exit, Voice, and Solidarity. Contesting Precarity in the US and European Telecommunications Industries by Virginia Doellgast (2022). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 312 Pages, ISBN: 9780197659786 pp. 764-766 Downloads
Maite Tapia
Where's the ‘Human’ in Human Resource Management Managing Work in the 21st Century By Michael Gold and Chris Smith. Bristol University Press. Sep 6, 2022, 470 pages, ISBN: 978–1529213805, Price GBP 39.99 pp. 766-768 Downloads
Pauric P. O'Rourke

Volume 61, issue 2, 2023

The decline of paid overtime working in Britain pp. 235-258 Downloads
David N. F. Bell and Robert Hart
The role of the workplace in ethnic wage differentials pp. 259-290 Downloads
John Forth, Nikolaos Theodoropoulos and Alex Bryson
Britain and BrExit: Is the UK more attractive to supervisors? An analysis of the wage premium to supervision across the EU pp. 291-312 Downloads
Leone Leonida, Antonio Giangreco, Sergio Scicchitano and Marco Biagetti
How state influence on project work organization both drives and mitigates gendered precarity in cultural and creative industries pp. 313-335 Downloads
Valeria Pulignano, Deborah Dean, Markieta Domecka and Lander Vermeerbergen
Flexible labour market and trade unions: Surprising career paths of Dutch sub‐Saharan Africans pp. 336-365 Downloads
Diane Confurius, Herman van de Werfhorst, Jaco Dagevos and Ruben Gowricharn
Is this workplace bullying? How ideas about conflict shape conflict management strategies pp. 366-391 Downloads
Paulo Marzionna
The relationship between works councils and firms’ further training provision in times of technological change pp. 392-424 Downloads
Alexander Lammers, Felix Lukowski and Kathrin Weis
The decoupling between labour compensation and productivity in high‐income countries: Why is the nexus broken? pp. 425-463 Downloads
Walter Paternesi Meloni and Antonella Stirati
Contemporary Employers’ Organizations: Adaptation and Resilience By Leon Gooberman and Marco Hauptmeier (eds.) London: Routledge. ISBN 9780367611941£130 (hardback), £35.09 (ebook) pp. 464-465 Downloads
Melanie Simms
Working Democracies: Managing Inequality in Worker Cooperatives by Joan S. M. Meyers (2022). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press pp. 466-467 Downloads
Stefan Ivanovski
Older Workers in Transition: European Experiences in a Neoliberal EraBy David Lain, Sarah Vickerstaff, Mariska van der Horst. BRISTOL University Press, 2022, 214 pages, ISBN: 1529215005, 9781529215007, £40.00 pp. 468-469 Downloads
Regina Queiroz
Management Divided: Contradictions of Labor Management By Matt Vidal. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2022, vi + 368, ISBN: 9780198795278, Price $100, hardback pp. 470-471 Downloads
Jason Russell
Highly Discriminating ‐ Why the City Isn't Fair and Diversity Doesn't Work By Louise Ashley, ISBN 978–1529227673, £19.99 pp. 472-474 Downloads
Giuseppe Simone
What Workers Say: Decades of Struggle and How to Make Real Opportunity Now By R. Iversen. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2022, ISBN: 9781439922378, $29.95, paperback pp. 474-475 Downloads
Stan De Spiegelaere
The Strikers of Coachella: A Rank‐and‐File History of the UFW Movement by Christian O. Paiz, The University of North Carolina Press, 2023, xii + 399 pages. ISBN 978‐1‐46967‐214‐4, £34.29 pp. 476-478 Downloads
Braham Dabscheck

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 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 Diaz Escobar 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
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