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International Labour Review

1999 - 2022

Current editor(s): Mark Lansky

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Volume 161, month 09, 2022

Occupational segregation of female and male immigrants in Europe: Accounting for cross‐country differences pp. 341-373 Downloads
Amaia Palencia‐esteban
A capacity index to replace flawed incident‐based metrics for worker safety pp. 375-393 Downloads
Sidney W.A. Dekker and Michael Tooma
Doing and undoing gender at work: The workplace experiences of trans people in Switzerland pp. 395-412 Downloads
Lorena Parini
Stripping back the mask: Working conditions on digital labour platforms during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 413-440 Downloads
Kelle Howson, Funda Ustek‐spilda, Alessio Bertolini, Richard Heeks, Fabian Ferrari, Srujana Katta, Matthew Cole, Pablo AGUERA Reneses, Nancy Salem, David Sutcliffe, Shelly Steward and Mark Graham
The effects of the pandemic on gig economy couriers in Argentina and Chile: Precarity, algorithmic control and mobilization pp. 441-461 Downloads
Francisca GUTIÉRREZ Crocco and Maurizio Atzeni
Coping with precarity during COVID‐19: A study of platform work in Poland pp. 463-485 Downloads
Karol Muszyński, Valeria Pulignano, Markieta Domecka and Adam Mrozowicki
Networks of trust: Accessing informal work online in Indonesia during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 487-508 Downloads
Joanna Octavia
Reflexiones sobre el trabajo. Visiones durante la pandemia desde el Cono Sur de América Latina pp. 509-510 Downloads
María Luz Rodríguez Fernández

Volume 161, month 06, 2022

Impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic and unpaid care work on informal workers' livelihoods pp. 171-194 Downloads
Ana Carolina Ogando, Michael Rogan and Rachel Moussié
COVID‐19 and a “crisis of care”: A feminist analysis of public policy responses to paid and unpaid care and domestic work pp. 195-218 Downloads
Elena Camilletti and Zahrah Nesbitt‐ahmed
Overtime or fragmentation? Family transactions and working time during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 219-243 Downloads
Hadrien Clouet
Syrian refugee labour and food insecurity in Middle Eastern agriculture during the early COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 245-266 Downloads
Ann‐Christin Zuntz, Mackenzie Klema, Shaher Abdullateef, Stella Mazeri, Salim Faisal Alnabolsi, Abdulellah Alfadel, Joy Abi‐habib, Maria Azar, Clara Calia, Joseph Burke, Liz Grant and Lisa Boden
Occupational safety and health challenges for maritime key workers in the global COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 267-287 Downloads
Desai Shan
Essential jobs, remote work and digital surveillance: Addressing the COVID‐19 pandemic panopticon pp. 289-314 Downloads
Antonio Aloisi and Valerio de Stefano
Proportionate response to the COVID‐19 threat? Use of apps and other technologies for monitoring employees under the European Union's data protection framework pp. 315-335 Downloads
Seili Suder and Andra Siibak
The Law of Interactions between International Organizations, by Henner Gött pp. 337-339 Downloads
Anne Trebilcock

Volume 161, month 03, 2022

Editorial: The Special Issue on COVID‐19 and the world of work pp. 1-4 Downloads
Tzehainesh Teklè
The labour market fallout of COVID‐19: Who endures, who doesn't and what are the implications for inequality pp. 5-28 Downloads
Sergei Soares and Janine Berg
COVID‐19 and informal work: Evidence from 11 cities pp. 29-58 Downloads
Martha Alter Chen, Erofili Grapsa, Ghida Ismail, Michael Rogan, Marcela Valdivia, Laura Alfers, Jenna Harvey, Ana Carolina Ogando, Sarah Orleans Reed and Sally Roever
Power relations in global supply chains and the unequal distribution of costs during crises: Abandoning garment suppliers and workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 59-82 Downloads
Mark Anner
COVID‐19 in Latin America: The effects of an unprecedented crisis on employment and income pp. 83-105 Downloads
Luis Beccaria, Fabio Bertranou and Roxana Maurizio
COVID‐19 disparities by gender and income: Evidence from the Philippines pp. 107-123 Downloads
Rouselle F. Lavado, Keiko Nowacka, David A. Raitzer, Yana Rodgers and Joseph E. Zveglich
Is this time really different? How the impact of the COVID‐19 crisis on labour markets contrasts with that of the global financial crisis of 2008–09 pp. 125-148 Downloads
Sher Verick, Dorothea Schmidt‐klau and Sangheon Lee
Social partner participation in the management of the COVID‐19 crisis: Tripartite social dialogue in Italy, Portugal and Spain pp. 149-167 Downloads
Sergio CANALDA Criado
Editorial farewell pp. 169-169 Downloads
Tzehainesh Teklè

Volume 160, month 12, 2021

Introduction: Disruptions in global value chains – Continuity or change for labour governance? pp. 501-517 Downloads
Gary Gereffi, Anne Caroline Posthuma and Arianna Rossi
Disruption in the apparel industry? Automation, employment and reshoring pp. 519-536 Downloads
Fernanda BÁRCIA de Mattos, Jeff Eisenbraun, David Kucera and Arianna Rossi
Beyond “Industry 4.0": B2B factory networks as an alternative path towards the digital transformation of manufacturing and work pp. 537-552 Downloads
Florian Butollo and Lea Schneidemesser
South Korean first‐tier suppliers in apparel global value chains: Upgrading and labour implications in the Asian context pp. 553-569 Downloads
Hyunji Kwon, Sun Wook Chung and Joonkoo Lee
Why is the business case for social compliance in global value chains unpersuasive? Rethinking costs, prices and profits pp. 571-590 Downloads
Ana Antolin, Laura Babbitt and Drusilla Brown
From Rana Plaza to COVID‐19: Deficiencies and opportunities for a new labour governance system in garment global supply chains pp. 591-609 Downloads
Stephen J. Frenkel and Elke S. Schuessler
Three labour governance mechanisms for addressing decent work deficits in global value chains pp. 611-629 Downloads
Mark Anner
Ripe to be heard: Worker voice in the Fair Food Program pp. 631-647 Downloads
Fabiola Mieres and Siobhán McGrath
Gender and COVID‐19: Workers in global value chains pp. 649-667 Downloads
Sheba Tejani and Sakiko Fukuda‐parr

Volume 160, month 09, 2021

Missing links in the inclusive growth debate: Functional income distribution and labour market institutions pp. 337-362 Downloads
Ignacio Álvarez, Maarten Keune, Jesús Cruces and Jorge Uxó
Faltering standardization: Conflict and labour relations in China's taxi and sanitation industries pp. 363-385 Downloads
Hao Zhang and Eli Friedman
Not as simple as it seems: The ILO and the personal scope of international labour standards pp. 387-406 Downloads
Valerio de Stefano
The rise, demise and replacement of the Bangladesh experiment in transnational labour regulation pp. 407-430 Downloads
Youbin Kang
Working‐time preferences among women: Challenging assumptions on underemployment, work centrality and work–life balance pp. 431-451 Downloads
Laura Lamolla, Conxita Folguera‐i‐bellmunt and Xavier Fernández‐i‐marín
Internal migration, remittances and labour force participation in rural India: A gender perspective pp. 453-476 Downloads
Mohd Imran Khan and Ashapurna Baruah
Determinants of inequality in Indian regular wage employment, 1993–2012 pp. 477-500 Downloads
Rahul Menon

Volume 160, month 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, month 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
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