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International Labour Review

1999 - 2021

Current editor(s): Mark Lansky

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Volume 160, issue 06, 2021

Making collective bargaining more inclusive: The role of extension pp. 169-195 Downloads
Susan Hayter and Jelle Visser
Labour market flexibility in Indian manufacturing: A critical survey of the literature pp. 197-217 Downloads
Aditya Bhattacharjea
Expectations versus reality: The well‐being of female migrant workers in garment factories in Myanmar pp. 219-242 Downloads
Hanh Nguyen
The changing importance of lifetime jobs in the United Kingdom pp. 243-269 Downloads
Xavier St‐denis
Health, cognition and work capacity beyond the age of 50: International evidence on the extensive and intensive margins of work pp. 271-310 Downloads
Vincent Vandenberghe
Freedom at, through and from work: Rethinking labour rights pp. 311-329 Downloads
Nicolas Bueno
Ajit Singh of Cambridge and Chandigarh: An Intellectual Biography of the Radical Sikh Economist, by Ashwani Saith pp. 331-335 Downloads
Sukti Dasgupta

Volume 160, issue 03, 2021

Labour is not a commodity: The content and meaning of work in the twenty‐first century pp. 1-20 Downloads
Alain Supiot
The green factor: Unpacking green job growth pp. 21-41 Downloads
Nick Sofroniou and Pauline Anderson
The performance effects of collective and individual bargaining: A comprehensive and granular analysis of the effects of different bargaining systems on company productivity pp. 43-64 Downloads
Nils Braakmann and Bernd Brandl
The evaluation of workers by customers as a method of control and monitoring in firms: Digital reputation and the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation pp. 65-83 Downloads
Adrián Todolí‐signes
Tasks, occupations and wages in OECD countries pp. 85-112 Downloads
Tommaso Agasisti, Geraint Johnes and Marco Paccagnella
Upskilling and distributional changes in the electronics global value chain pp. 113-142 Downloads
Josep Lladós‐masllorens, Antoni Meseguer‐artola and Jordi Vilaseca‐requena
Good jobs and bad jobs for Indonesia's informal workers pp. 143-168 Downloads
Christine Ablaza, Mark Western and Wojtek Tomaszewski

Volume 159, issue 12, 2020

Introduction: Transnational futures of international labour law pp. 455-462 Downloads
Adelle Blackett
Engagement with sustainability at the International Labour Organization and wider implications for collective worker voice pp. 463-482 Downloads
Tonia Novitz
The relationship between international law and European labour legislation and its impact on the development of international and European social law pp. 483-503 Downloads
Sophie Robin‐olivier
On the International Labour Organization and prison labour: An invitation to recalibrate pp. 505-524 Downloads
Faina Milman‐sivan and Yair Sagy
From Geneva to San José: The ILO standards and the Inter‐American System for the protection of human rights pp. 525-544 Downloads
Bernard Duhaime and Éloïse Décoste
The Rana Plaza disaster seven years on: Transnational experiments and perhaps a new treaty? pp. 545-568 Downloads
Anne Trebilcock
The trade–labour relationship in the light of the WTO Appellate Body's embrace of pluralism pp. 569-589 Downloads
Joanna Langille
On social regionalism in transnational labour law pp. 591-613 Downloads
Adelle Blackett
Short tribute to Sir William Randolph Douglas, KCMG, PC pp. 615-616 Downloads
Adelle Blackett and Julia Selman‐ayetey

Volume 159, issue 09, 2020

The future of work: Meeting the global challenges of demographic change and automation pp. 285-306 Downloads
Ana L. Abeliansky, Eda Algur, David E. Bloom and Klaus Prettner
Employment effects of skills around the world: Evidence from the PIAAC pp. 307-338 Downloads
Damir Stijepic
To what extent is social security spending associated with enhanced firm‐level performance? A case study of SMEs in Indonesia pp. 339-366 Downloads
Nina Torm
Does deregulation decrease unemployment? An empirical analysis of the Spanish labour market pp. 367-396 Downloads
Daniel Herrero, Luis Cárdenas and Julián LÓPEZ Gallego
ISO 45001 and controversial transnational private regulation for occupational health and safety pp. 397-421 Downloads
Iñaki Heras‐saizarbitoria, Olivier Boiral and Ander Ibarloza
Freedom of association in the Bangladeshi garment industry: A policy schizophrenia in labour regulation pp. 423-446 Downloads
Mia Mahmudur Rahim and Sk Samidul Islam
Full and productive employment in developing economies: Towards the Sustainable Development Goals, by Rizwanul ISLAM pp. 447-449 Downloads
Sher Verick
Research handbook on labour, business and human rights law, edited by Janice R. BELLACE and Beryl TER HAAR pp. 451-454 Downloads
Anne Trebilcock

Volume 159, issue 06, 2020

Technological change and employment in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico: Which workers are most affected? pp. 137-159 Downloads
John Ariza and Josep Lluís RAYMOND Bara
Labour market turnover in Latin America: How intensive is it and to what extent does it differ across countries? pp. 161-193 Downloads
Luis Beccaria and Roxana Maurizio
Photographs of young generations on the Dutch labour market pp. 195-215 Downloads
Sonja Bekker and Ioana Pop
Inequality of opportunity and (unequal) opportunities in the youth labour market: How is the Arab world different? pp. 217-242 Downloads
Ralitza Dimova and Karim Stephan
Measuring the effect of matching problems on unemployment pp. 243-258 Downloads
Ante Farm
How does labour share respond to risk? Theory and evidence from the Chinese industrial sector pp. 259-281 Downloads
Jingxian Zou, Guangjun Shen and Shen Jia
Principled labour law: U.S. labour law through a Latin American method, by Sergio Gamonal C. and César F. Rosado Marzán pp. 283-284 Downloads
Pablo ARELLANO Ortiz

Volume 159, issue 03, 2020

Back to the future: A continuity of dialogue on work and technology at the ILO pp. 1-23 Downloads
Miriam A. Cherry
Labour geographies of the platform economy: Understanding collective organizing strategies in the context of digitally mediated work pp. 25-45 Downloads
Hannah Johnston
Regulation and the future of work: The employment relationship as an innovation facilitator pp. 47-69 Downloads
Antonio Aloisi and Valerio de Stefano
Measuring what matters and guiding policy: An evaluation of the Genuine Progress Indicator pp. 71-94 Downloads
Gunseli Berik
Labour and international accounting standards: A question of social justice pp. 95-115 Downloads
Samuel Jubé
The tasks ahead of the ILO at its centenary pp. 117-136 Downloads
Alain Supiot

Volume 158, issue 12, 2019

Introduction: What does the future promise for work, employment and society? pp. 577-592 Downloads
Uma Rani and Damian Grimshaw
Whither the evolution of the contemporary social fabric? New technologies and old socio‐economic trends pp. 593-625 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi and Maria Enrica Virgillito
Three scenarios for the future of work pp. 627-652 Downloads
Dominique Méda
Keynes's grandchildren and Marx's gig workers: Why human labour still matters pp. 653-676 Downloads
Hamid R. Ekbia and Bonnie A. Nardi
The link between economic and social upgrading in global supply chains: Experiences from the Southern Cone pp. 677-703 Downloads
Gerhard Reinecke and Anne Posthuma
Predatory purchasing practices in global apparel supply chains and the employment relations squeeze in the Indian garment export industry pp. 705-727 Downloads
Mark Anner
Gender and governance of global value chains: Promoting the rights of women workers pp. 729-752 Downloads
Stephanie Barrientos, Lara Bianchi and Cindy Berman

Volume 158, issue 09, 2019

New labour rights indicators: Method and trends for 2000–15 pp. 419-446 Downloads
David Kucera and Dora Sari
From machismo to co‐parenting: Changing Italy's mindset pp. 447-461 Downloads
Michel Martone
Industrial relations and adjustments to the crisis: A comparative micro‐statistical analysis of France and Great Britain pp. 463-487 Downloads
Thomas Amossé, Philippe Askenazy, Martin Chevalier, Christine Erhel, Héloïse Petit and Antoine Reberioux
Outsider ethnic minorities and wage determination in China pp. 489-508 Downloads
Andrew W. Macdonald and Reza Hasmath
The effect of labour market polarization on university students’ job market‐related outcomes in the Republic of Korea: Implications for youth unemployment pp. 509-533 Downloads
Sungyup Chung
The effects of ability on returns to over‐ and under‐education: Evidence from Malaysia pp. 535-559 Downloads
Chung‐Khain Wye and Rahmah Ismail
Education and wage inequality in the informal sector: The case of Cameroon pp. 561-576 Downloads
Henri ATANGANA Ondoa

Volume 158, issue 06, 2019

Linking jobs in global supply chains to demand pp. 213-244 Downloads
Takaaki Kizu, Stefan Kühn and Christian Viegelahn
Oversight and accountability in the social auditing industry: The role of social compliance initiatives pp. 245-272 Downloads
Carolijn Terwindt and Amy Armstrong
Migrant earnings gaps in Gulf Cooperation Council countries: Employers' perceptions or opportunity costs? pp. 273-295 Downloads
Usamah F. Alfarhan and Samir Al‐busaidi
Minimum wage violation in central and eastern Europe pp. 297-336 Downloads
Karolina Goraus‐tańska and Piotr Lewandowski
Accounting for the permanent vs temporary wage gaps among young adults: Three European countries in perspective pp. 337-364 Downloads
Andrea Regoli, Antonella D'Agostino, Thomas Grandner and Dieter Gstach
The plutocratic bias in the Indian consumer price index pp. 365-391 Downloads
Dilip M. Nachane and Aditi Chaubal
To work or not to work: Variables affecting non‐financial employment commitment over time pp. 393-417 Downloads
Moshe Sharabi and Itzhak Harpaz

Volume 158, issue 03, 2019

The economic significance of laws relating to employment protection and different forms of employment: Analysis of a panel of 117 countries, 1990–2013 pp. 1-35 Downloads
Zoe Adams, Louise Bishop, Simon Deakin, Colin Fenwick, Sara MARTINSSON Garzelli and Giudy Rusconi
Innovative approaches to regulating decent work for domestic workers in Côte d'Ivoire: Labour administration and the judiciary under a general labour code pp. 37-61 Downloads
Adelle Blackett and Assata Koné‐silué
Economics for the right to work pp. 63-81 Downloads
Manuel Branco
Youth earnings and labour market volatility in Europe pp. 83-113 Downloads
Sara Ayllón and Xavi Ramos
Trade and jobs in Europe: The role of mode 5 service exports pp. 115-136 Downloads
José M. Rueda‐cantuche, Lucian Cernat and Nuno Sousa
Foreign trade barriers and jobs in global supply chains pp. 137-167 Downloads
Stefan Kühn and Christian Viegelahn
Measuring and understanding trade in service tasks pp. 169-190 Downloads
Daniel Chiquiar, Martin Tobal and Renato Yslas
The labour market effects of applied service regimes and service sector reforms pp. 191-211 Downloads
Anirudh Shingal and Pierre Sauvé
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