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Volume 33, issue 3, 2022

Informality on the rise: Dissecting quasi-formal employment in the EU pp. 463-483 Downloads
Stanisław Cichocki and Josip Franic
Labour agency in the future of work: Shenzhen’s maker community pp. 484-501 Downloads
Bingqing Xia
Labour market flexibilisation in Lithuania: Outcomes and impacts on gender differences in work arrangements pp. 502-525 Downloads
Arunas Juska and Jekaterina Navicke
The effect of the universal two-child policy on female labour market outcomes in China pp. 526-546 Downloads
Qian Huang and Xiaofei Jin
Inequality regimes in male-dominated trades: What role do apprenticeship intermediaries (GTOs) play? pp. 547-565 Downloads
Larissa Bamberry, Donna Bridges, Elizabeth Wulff and Branka Krivokapic-Skoko
Are recent trends in poverty and deprivation in Australia consistent with trickle-down effects? pp. 566-585 Downloads
Peter Saunders, Yuvisthi Naidoo and Melissa Wong
Hidden costs, hidden lives: Financial effects of fatal work injuries on families pp. 586-609 Downloads
Lynda R Matthews, Michael Quinlan, Glenda M Jessup and Philip Bohle
Dividend policy from the perspective of social system theory pp. 610-628 Downloads
Przemysław Wechta
Why services cannot be the engine of growth for India pp. 629-653 Downloads
Chaitanya Talreja and Anirban Dasgupta
Services and evidence of irremediable market failure in rich countries: Australian experience pp. 654-671 Downloads
Adam Fforde
Book review: Troy Bramston, Bob Hawke: Demons And Destiny, The Definitive Biography pp. 672-679 Downloads
Braham Dabscheck
Book review: Zachary D. Carter, The Price of Peace. Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes pp. 679-683 Downloads
Norbert Ebert
Book review: Victor Oyaro Gekara and Helen Sampson, eds., The World of the Seafarer: Qualitative Accounts of Working in the Global Shipping Industry pp. 683-688 Downloads
Carolyn AE Graham

Volume 33, issue 2, 2022

Austerity in the United Kingdom and its legacy: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 238-255 Downloads
Tania Arrieta
‘Zonked the hell out’: Climate change and heat stress at work pp. 256-271 Downloads
Elizabeth Humphrys, James Goodman and Freya Newman
Forgotten keyworkers: the experiences of British seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 272-289 Downloads
Helen Devereux and Emma Wadsworth
Socio-economic inequalities in ability to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic pp. 290-307 Downloads
Chijioke O Nwosu, Umakrishnan Kollamparambil and Adeola Oyenubi
Challenging the entrepreneurial discourse around women home-based workers’ empowerment pp. 308-328 Downloads
Afreen Huq, Annie Delaney and Ben Debney
Employment and the distribution of intra-household financial satisfaction pp. 329-350 Downloads
Jaslin K Kalsi, Siobhan Austen and Astghik Mavisakalyan
Understanding women’s empowerment in post-Covid Korea: A historical analysis pp. 351-376 Downloads
Haeyoung Jang and Seung-Ho Kwon
Monopsony power and the demand for low-skilled workers pp. 377-395 Downloads
Arnd Kölling
The role of labour unrest and skilled labour on outward foreign direct investment in Taiwan, Republic of China, ROC pp. 396-414 Downloads
Yu Cheng Lai and Santanu Sarkar
The decline and fall of the Australian automotive industry pp. 415-433 Downloads
Tom Conley
Telework potential in the Philippines pp. 434-454 Downloads
Ammielou Gaduena, Christopher Ed Caboverde and John Paul Flaminiano
Book Review: Richard Flanagan (2021), Toxic: The Rotting Underbelly of the Tasmanian Salmon Industry pp. 455-458 Downloads
Norbert Ebert

Volume 33, issue 1, 2022

Vale GC Harcourt AC FASSA FRSN pp. 3-4 Downloads
Anne Junor
Geoff Harcourt 27th June 1931–7th December 2021 pp. 5-11 Downloads
Tim Harcourt
Introduction to the Themed collection: Public sector employment relations in turbulent times pp. 12-17 Downloads
Michael O’Donnell, Sue Williamson and Michael Johnson
Reinforcing managerial prerogative in the Australian Public Service during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 18-36 Downloads
Cameron Roles, Sukanya Ananth and Michael O’Donnell
Public servants working from home: Exploring managers’ changing allowance decisions in a COVID-19 context pp. 37-55 Downloads
Sue Williamson, Linda Colley and Meraiah Foley
Pandemic effects on public service employment in Australia pp. 56-79 Downloads
Linda Colley, Shelley Woods and Brian Head
From marketising to empowering: Evaluating union responses to devolutionary policies in education pp. 80-99 Downloads
Mihajla Gavin, Scott Fitzgerald and Susan McGrath-Champ
COVID-19 and job demands and resources experienced by nurses in Sri Lanka pp. 100-116 Downloads
Shalini Dananja Wanninayake, Michael O’Donnell and Sue Williamson
Reported time allocation and emotional exhaustion during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in Slovenia pp. 117-137 Downloads
Tjasa Bartolj, Nika Murovec and Saso Polanec
Inter-firm power relations and working conditions under new production models pp. 138-157 Downloads
María J Paz, Mario Rísquez and María E Ruiz-Gálvez
The effect of computerisation on the wage share in United Kingdom workplaces pp. 158-177 Downloads
Nicola Pensiero
Rethinking the measurement of occupational task content pp. 178-199 Downloads
Matthias Haslberger
The precariat pandemic: Exploitation overshadowed by COVID-19 and workers’ strategies in Poland pp. 200-223 Downloads
Paweł Żuk and Piotr Żuk
The regulation and management of workplace health and safety pp. 224-228 Downloads
Eric Tucker
Risking Together: How Finance Is Dominating Everyday Life in Australia pp. 229-234 Downloads
Mohamad Mourad

Volume 32, issue 4, 2021

Work reorganization in the neoliberal university: A labour process perspective pp. 495-512 Downloads
Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage
Employers’ potential liability for family and domestic violence: An Australian overview pp. 513-533 Downloads
Rob Guthrie and Angela Babic
Wage theft in the United States: Towards new research agendas pp. 534-551 Downloads
Joy Jeounghee Kim and Skye Allmang
Unemployment in Spain: The failure of wage devaluation pp. 552-574 Downloads
Paloma Villanueva and Luis Cárdenas
Regional characteristics of the gender employment gap: A spatio-temporal approach pp. 575-593 Downloads
Jorge Chica-Olmo, Marina Checa-Olivas and Fernando Lopez-Castellano
Job polarisation: Capturing the effects of work organisation pp. 594-613 Downloads
Helena Lopes and Teresa Calapez
Corporations and society1 pp. 614-627 Downloads
Vishnu Padayachee
Mahavishnu (Vishnu) Padayachee 31 May 1952–29 May 2021 pp. 628-634 Downloads
Imraan Valodia
Professor Daryll Hull, PhD 28 January 1950–30 September 2021 pp. 635-638 Downloads
Lucy Taksa
Book review: Against the storm: How Japanese printworkers fought the military regime pp. 639-641 Downloads
Diane Fieldes
Book review: Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle: Strategies, Tactics, Objectives pp. 641-647 Downloads
George Tsogas

Volume 32, issue 3, 2021

Inaugural award of the ELRR Nevile-Plowman Prize pp. 309-310 Downloads
Anne Junor
Rethinking digital labour: A renewed critique moving beyond the exploitation paradigm pp. 311-321 Downloads
Bingqing Xia
Becoming precarious playbour: Chinese migrant youth on the Kuaishou video-sharing platform pp. 322-340 Downloads
Min Zhou and Shih-Diing Liu
Platformizing family production: The contradictions of rural digital labor in China pp. 341-359 Downloads
Lin Zhang
Constantly on the move Chinese engineers’ job-hopping strategies in information technology work pp. 360-381 Downloads
Tongyu Wu
Politicising digital labour through the politics of body pp. 382-398 Downloads
Changwook Kim and Sangkyu Lee
Labour and megaprojects: Rethinking productivity and industrial relations policy pp. 399-416 Downloads
Bradon Ellem
Is industrial relations reform the road to recovery in monopsonistic labour markets? pp. 417-436 Downloads
David Peetz
Illusory freedom of physical platform workers: Insights from Uber Eats in Japan pp. 437-452 Downloads
Hamza Umer
The Australian Government’s business-friendly employment response to COVID-19: A critical discourse analysis pp. 453-471 Downloads
Patrick O’Keeffe and Angelika Papadopoulos
The language of integrative collective bargaining pp. 472-488 Downloads
Jean-Etienne Joullié and Robert Spillane
Book review: Diana Kelly, The Red Taylorist: The Life and Times of Walter Nicholas Polakov pp. 489-490 Downloads
John Michael O’Brien

Volume 32, issue 2, 2021

Introduction: Configuring the Green New Deal pp. 149-154 Downloads
Anna Sturman and Natasha Heenan
From green jobs to Green New Deal: What are the questions? pp. 155-169 Downloads
Frank Stilwell
Global Green New Deal: A Global South perspective pp. 170-189 Downloads
Ying Chen and An Li
A Kaleckian wealth tax to support a Green New Deal pp. 190-208 Downloads
Susan Schroeder
Toward inverting environmental injustice in Delhi pp. 209-229 Downloads
Rohit Azad and Shouvik Chakraborty
Work scheduling and work location control in precarious and ‘permanent’ employment pp. 230-246 Downloads
Helen Devereux and Emma Wadsworth
Enforcing workers’ compensation rights for Chinese seafarers in human resource supply chains pp. 247-265 Downloads
Desai Shan and Pengfei Zhang
Representation of seafarers’ occupational safety and health: Limits of the Maritime Labour Convention pp. 266-282 Downloads
Carolyn AE Graham and David Walters
Industrial policy-making after COVID-19: Manufacturing, innovation and sustainability pp. 283-303 Downloads
Mark Dean, Al Rainnie, Jim Stanford and Dan Nahum
Book review: Bruna Ingrao and Claudio Sardoni, Banks and Finance in Modern Macroeconomics: A Historical Perspective pp. 304-305 Downloads
John E King

Volume 32, issue 1, 2021

The ‘economy for the common good’, job quality and workers’ well-being in Austria and Germany pp. 3-21 Downloads
Laia Ollé-Espluga, Johanna Muckenhuber and Markus Hadler
Work-from-home during COVID-19: Accounting for the care economy to build back better pp. 22-38 Downloads
Fiona Jenkins and Julie Smith
Are franchisees more prone to employment standards violations than other businesses? Evidence from Ontario, Canada pp. 39-64 Downloads
Mark D Easton, Andrea M Noack and Leah F Vosko
The effect of minimum wages on consumption in Canada pp. 65-89 Downloads
Young Cheol Jung, Adian McFarlane and Anupam Das
How does employment respond to minimum wage adjustment in China? pp. 90-114 Downloads
Chung-Khain Wye and Elya Nabila Abdul Bahri
i4.0, 3D printing, deglobalisation and new manufacturing clusters: The view from Australia pp. 115-133 Downloads
Al Rainnie
Book review: Mauro L Baranzini and Amalia Mirante, Luigi Pasinetti: An Intellectual Biography pp. 134-138 Downloads
Joseph Halevi
Book review: Andrew Cumbers, The Case for Economic Democracy pp. 138-140 Downloads
John King
Book review: Shelley Marshall, Living Wage: Regulatory Solutions to Informal and Precarious Work in Global Supply Chains pp. 140-142 Downloads
John E King
John F. Henry: 17 April 1943–26 September 2020: A tribute pp. 143-144 Downloads
Geoffrey Harcourt
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