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Industrial Relations Journal

2012 - 2020

Current editor(s): Peter Nolan

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Volume 51, issue 6, 2020

On why the gender employment gap in Britain has stalled since the early 1990s pp. 476-501 Downloads
Giovanni Razzu, Carl Singleton and Mark Mitchell
Re‐connecting capitalism: prospects for the regulatory reform of the employee interest in UK takeovers pp. 502-516 Downloads
Chris Rees and Michael Gold
Assessing the impact of liberalisation policies on the Greek labour market: an insider–experts' view from the perspective of the varieties of liberalisation pp. 517-535 Downloads
Myrto Tourtouri, Dimitris Pavlopoulos and Christos Papatheodorou
Are we ‘sharing’ or ‘gig‐ing’? A classification system for online platforms pp. 536-555 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
The role of peer‐to‐peer voice in severe work environments: organisational facilitators and barriers pp. 556-571 Downloads
Rebecca Loudoun, Keith Townsend, Adrian Wilkinson and Paula K. Mowbray

Volume 51, issue 5, 2020

Judicial regimes for employment rights disputes: comparing Germany, Great Britain and Japan pp. 374-390 Downloads
Susan Corby and Ryuichi Yamakawa
Political devolution and employment relations in Great Britain: the case of the Living Wage pp. 391-409 Downloads
Edmund Heery, Deborah Hann and David Nash
What's the point of European Sectoral Social Dialogue? Effectiveness and polycontexturality in the hospital and metal sectors pp. 410-426 Downloads
Bengt Larsson, Manuela Galetto, Sabrina Weber, Barbara Bechter and Thomas Prosser
Off‐the‐job training and the shifting role of part‐time and temporary employment across institutional models. Comparing Italian and British firms pp. 427-453 Downloads
Giulio Pedrini
Arbitration of accommodation in US workplaces: employee, stakeholder and human resources characteristics pp. 454-473 Downloads
Ivana Zilic and Helen LaVan

Volume 51, issue 4, 2020

Supranational grievance mechanisms and firm‐level employment relations pp. 262-282 Downloads
Michele Ford, Michael Gillan and Htwe Htwe Thein
Informal employment and the earnings of home‐based home care workers in the United States pp. 283-300 Downloads
Jeounghee Kim
Exploring the gender difference in multiple job holding pp. 301-328 Downloads
Alison Preston and Robert Wright
Collective bargaining towards mutual flexibility and security goals in large internationalised companies—why do institutions (still) matter? pp. 329-350 Downloads
Valentina Paolucci and Paul Marginson
Pay progression in routinised service sector work: navigating the internal labour market in a fast food multinational company pp. 351-371 Downloads
Peter Butler and Anita Hammer

Volume 51, issue 3, 2020

In search of theory? The workplace case study tradition in the 21st century pp. 136-152 Downloads
Patrick McGovern
Multinational corporations as institutional entrepreneurs: the dynamic interplay between automobile firms and the Turkish vocational education and training system pp. 153-168 Downloads
Vildan Tasli‐Karabulut and Arjan Keizer
Overcoming barriers to women's workplace leadership: insights from the interaction of formal and informal support mechanisms in trade unions pp. 169-184 Downloads
Mark Dean and Robert Perrett
Understanding wage restraint in the German public sector: does the pattern bargaining hypothesis really hold water? pp. 185-208 Downloads
Donato Di Carlo
‘Ideational power’ as a resource in union struggle pp. 209-224 Downloads
Jonathan Preminger
The political constitution of labour from Donovan to Blair pp. 225-241 Downloads
Jon Cruddas
Digitalisation, unions and participation: the German case of ‘industry 4.0’ pp. 242-260 Downloads
Thomas Haipeter

Volume 51, issue 1-2, 2020

It is not just what you say, but how you say it: A case study exploring union‐member communications pp. 2-33 Downloads
Christopher Smith and Linda Duxbury
Unpredictable times: the extent, characteristics and correlates of insecure hours of work in Britain pp. 34-57 Downloads
Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, Francis Green and Golo Henseke
The changing nature of labour regulation: the distinctiveness of the National Agreement for the Engineering Construction Industry pp. 58-74 Downloads
Linda Clarke and Ian Fitzgerald
Ireland's conundrum on union bargaining rights: assessing the Industrial Relations Amendment Act 2015 pp. 75-91 Downloads
Tony Dobbins, Niall Cullinane and Brian Sheehan
Deregulation and institutional conversion in the Greek hotel industry: an employment relations model in transition pp. 92-109 Downloads
Orestis Papadopoulos and Dave Lyddon
Employment relations without collective bargaining and strikes: the unusual case of civil servants in Germany pp. 110-133 Downloads
Berndt Keller

Volume 50, issue 5-6, 2019

UK industrial relations in retrospect: 50 years since Donovan pp. 417-418 Downloads
Peter Nolan
The Donovan report as evidence‐based policy pp. 419-430 Downloads
William Brown
Rookes v. Barnard and the trade union question in British politics pp. 431-449 Downloads
Paul Smith
Because you're worth it? Determinants of Vice Chancellor pay in the UK pp. 450-467 Downloads
James Walker, Peder Greve, Geoff Wood and Peter Miskell
Trade Union Responses to zero hours work in Ireland pp. 468-485 Downloads
Caroline Murphy, Thomas Turner, Michelle O'Sullivan, Juliet MacMahon, Jonathan Lavelle, Lorraine Ryan, Patrick Gunnigle and Mike O'Brien
The effect of employee share ownership on employee commitment and turnover: comparing the cases in Britain and South Korea and the role of the economy pp. 486-516 Downloads
Yeongjoon Yoon and Sukanya Sengupta
Union organising and Full‐time Officers: acquiescence and resistance pp. 517-531 Downloads
Gerry Looker
‘Customers were not objects to suck blood from’: Social relations in UK retail banks under changing performance management systems pp. 532-547 Downloads
Knut Laaser
Collective bargaining in Portugal in the aftermath of the crisis: trends and prospects pp. 548-563 Downloads
Isabel Távora
The Fair Work Wales report: a manifesto for all of us pp. 564-579 Downloads
Keith Sisson

Volume 50, issue 4, 2019

Justice obtained? How disabled claimants fare at Employment Tribunals pp. 314-330 Downloads
Laura William, Birgit Pauksztat and Susan Corby
The British Home Stores pension scheme: privatised looting? pp. 331-347 Downloads
Ian Clark
Exploring the fluid boundary between ‘legitimate performance management’ and ‘downward bullying’: an experimental approach pp. 348-361 Downloads
Andrew R. Timming, Michael T. French and Di Fan
Strategic imperatives, power and subsidiary performance: the transfer of human resource management practices in multinational companies operating in Poland's post‐socialist banking industry pp. 362-378 Downloads
John Geary and Ilona Hunek
Union suppression and union substitution strategies of multinational enterprises in Ghana pp. 379-398 Downloads
Desmond Tutu Ayentimi, John Burgess and Kantha Dayaram
Representing workers on occupational safety and health: some lessons from a largely ignored history pp. 399-414 Downloads
David Walters and Michael Quinlan

Volume 50, issue 3, 2019

Authoritarian neoliberalism in AKP's Turkey: an industrial relations perspective pp. 218-239 Downloads
Didem Özkiziltan
The practice of collective bargaining in the private sector in Quebec (Canada): the changing ‘rules of the game’ pp. 240-255 Downloads
Marc‐Antonin Hennebert and Sara Pérez‐Lauzon
Labour market enforcement in the 21st century: should whistleblowers have a greater role? pp. 256-276 Downloads
David Lewis
Global problems, local solutions: unfree labour relations and seafarer employment with crewing agencies in China pp. 277-291 Downloads
Lijun Tang and Pengfei Zhang
Broker imposed precarity of Indian technical immigrants pp. 292-311 Downloads
Shrihari S. Sohani and Biju Varkkey

Volume 50, issue 2, 2019

Accounting for geographical variance in the union satisfaction gap pp. 104-125 Downloads
Alex Bryson and Rhys Davies
Explaining variation in the social performance of lean production: a comparative case study of the role played by workplace unions' framing of the system and institutions pp. 126-149 Downloads
Andrea Signoretti
The construction of career aspirations amongst healthcare support workers: beyond the rational and the mundane? pp. 150-167 Downloads
Ian Kessler, Stephen Bach and Vandana Nath
Work–life policies and female faculty representation in US doctoral‐granting economics departments pp. 168-196 Downloads
Zarrina H. Juraqulova, Jill McCluskey and Ron C. Mittelhammer
The service triangle and power: the role of frontline home support workers and consumer‐directed care—an Australian context pp. 197-213 Downloads
Graeme Payne and Greg Fisher
The Emerging Industrial Relations of China, William Brown and Chang Kai (eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2018, 250 pp., £22.99 pp. 214-215 Downloads
Xuebing Cao

Volume 50, issue 1, 2019

Conceiving, designing and trailing a short‐form measure of job quality: a proof‐of‐concept study pp. 2-19 Downloads
Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, Francis Green and Golo Henseke
An anatomy of zero‐hour contracts in the UK pp. 20-40 Downloads
Maria Koumenta and Mark Williams
Mobilising for equality? Understanding the impact of grass roots agency and third party representation pp. 41-56 Downloads
Martin Beirne, Scott Hurrell and Fiona Wilson
Reducing carbon emissions through employee participation: evidence from Australia pp. 57-83 Downloads
Raymond Markey, Joseph McIvor, Martin O'Brien and Chris F. Wright
Do European trade unions foster social solidarity? Evidence from multilevel data in 18 countries pp. 84-101 Downloads
Nicolo Rosetti
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