International Labour and Employment Relations Association

ILERA (IIRA) World Congress 2012

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

 

     
 

Proceedings of the 16th ILERA World Congress

Refereed Papers in Alphabetical Order By Author's Last Name

Link to List of Registered Attendees

Link to Rapporteur Reports

Link to Non-Refereed Papers

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ABYOTO, Kun Wardana, Indonesia, Partnership at Work: The Case of Indonesia
ACEJO, Iris l,
Cardiff University, UK, Trans-national labour and the implications for representation under globalization: examining the case of seafaring labour and the Nautilus International cross-border merger
ADELEKE, I. A., University of Lagos, Nigeria, Evaluating the Role of culture on Sexual Harassment: The Case of Nigerian Organisations
ADHIKARI, Dev Raj, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, Decent Work: the case of Nepal
AGTAS, Özge Berber, ILO Office for Turkey, Turkey, Implementing International Framework Agreements at the Local Level: Cases from Turkey
ALASOINI, Tuomo, Helsinki University, Finland, Management and Employee Views on Outcomes of Workplace Reforms in comparison
The Case of Publicly Supported Development Projects in Finland
ALMOND, Phil, De Montfort University, Ireland, Locally embedded FDI? Relations between sub-national labour market and economic development institutions across four advanced economies
Exclusion: Social Security for Migrants, with an emphasis on Migrants in Southern Africa
ANNER, Mark, The Pennsylvania State University, PA, Auditing Rights at Work in a Globalizing Economy: The Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility
ARNHOLTZ, Jens, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Importing Low Density Ideas to High Density Revitalisation The Organising Model in Denmark
ARROWSMITH, Jim Massey University, New Zealand, (Un)Muzzling the Watch Dogs: Collective Regulation and Working Women in New Zealand and Fiji
ARTILES, Antonio Martin,   Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, Migration and Labour Market Uncertainty in the Light of the Crisis Segregation and Social Sustainability in Three European Countries and Two Sectors
AUER, Peter, ILO, Switzerland, Beyond our control: Labour Adjustment by Multinational Auto Companies in Australia in Response to the Global Recession
AZMAN, Mohammed, Social Security Organization, Malaysia, Return-to-work and Disability Management in the  developing world:  Developments in South Africa and Malaysia, with reference to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and comparative precedents

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BAADSGAARD, Kelvin, Aalborg University, Denmark, Employee participation and co-determination at the workplace level in Denmark during years of crisis.
BACKES-GELLNER, Uschi, University of Zurich, Switzerland, Institutions and their effect on the organizational structure of matched-pair engineering companies;
The Effectiveness of Co-Determination Laws in Cooperative and Adversarial Employment Relations: When does Regulation Bite?
BÄCKSTRÖM, Arvid, Umea University, Sweden, Business firm Societal Responsibilities in the public mind:  Public Attitudes in a Swedish context
BADIGANNAVAR, Vidu, University of London, UK, Organizing the Unorganized: Case study of “Nirman Mazdoor Sanghatana (NMS) – a construction workers union in Maharashtra, India
BAIN, Trevor, University of Alabama, AL, The Information Technology Industry’s Brain Circuit under Stress: The United States, Taiwan and China
BAIRD, Marian, University of Sydney, Australia, An Analysis of Collective Bargaining for Paid Parental Leave –Sector and Context Effects
BAMU, Pamhidzai H. University of Stellenbosch, Africa, State and Non-State initiatives for the protection of agro-  food sector workers:  Comparative perspectives from South Africa
BAR-MOR, Hadara, Netanya Academic College, Israel, The Gap between Legal Rights of Migrant Care Workers and their Enforcement
BASAS, Carrie Griffin, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, OH, A Collective Good: Disability Diversity as a Value in Public Sector Collective Bargaining Agreements
BAVIERA PUIG, Inmaculada, University of Navarra, Enforcement of Labour standards in multinationals companies in Spain: the role of public policies, social dialogue and CSR
BAYO-MORIONES, Alberto, Public University of Navarre, Spain, The Process of Wage Adjustment: An Analysis Using Establishment-Level Data
BECHTER, Barbara, University of Vienna, Austria, Prospects of European Sector Bargaining: Necessary and    Sufficient Conditions for the Occurrence of Supranational Interest Coordination.
BEHNK, Susanne, Union Responses to recent transformations and conflicts in Journalistic field
BEHRENS, Martin, WSI/Hans-Boeckler-Foundation, Germany, Sleeping beauties?  Exploring the dormant value of IR theory for understanding union mergers;
Variety in Social Partnership in Corporatist Germany:  A look at employers’ associations’ attitudes.
BENASSI, Chiara, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?  Union strategies towards precarious workers:  The case of the temporary sector
BENGTSSON, Mattias, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Transformation of Labour Market Policies in the Nordie Countries: Towards a regime shift in Sweden and Denmark?
BERG, Axel van den, McGill University, Canada, Migration and Labour Market Uncertainty in the Light of the Crisis Segregation and Social Sustainability in Three European Countries and Two Sectors
BERG, Peter, Michigan State University, MI, Effects of Age-Targeted and Non-Age-Targeted Training on Retirement: Evidence from Germany
BISOM-RAPP, Susan, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, USA, Diverging Doctrine, Converging Outcomes: Evaluating Age Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom and the United States
BLUHM, Katharina, Free University Berlin, Germany, From implicit to explicit CSR?  A comparative analysis of practices and beliefs in the context of varying systems of industrial relations;             
From implicit to explicit CSR?  A comparative analysis of business leaders’ beliefs in Germany, Poland and Hungary
BODAH, Matthew, University of Rhode Island, RI, Political bias in labor adjudication:  Comparing the German Federal Labor Court and the U.S. National Labor Relations Board
BOOL, Arlene C., University of the Philippines, Philippines, Labor Market Governance in the Philippines: A Case of collaborative or Competitive Governance?
BORIS, Monica Bielski, University of Illinois, IL, Generation Next Up:  Examining the Relationships of AFL-CIO Young Worker Groups.
BORRONI, Carla, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Social dialogue, industrial relations and union revitalization in Argentina after 2003
BOSCH, Gerhard, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Transnational Labour Markets and National Wage Setting Systems in the EU
BOURGUIGNON, Remi, Sorbonne Business School, France, Does Information and Consultation Process Help to Preserve Employment?  A Research Note
BRANDL, Bernd, University of Vienna, Austria, Prospects of European Sector Bargaining: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Occurrence of Supranational Interest Coordination;
The effects on Political Legitimacy of Involving Employee and Employer Associations in Public Policy Making
BREDGAARD, Thomas, Aalborg University, Denmark, The Welfare State as an Investment Strategy:  Denmark’s Flexicurity Policies.; 
Bringing the social dimension back in: Towards an integrated framework for strategic human resource management and social innovation.
BRISKIN, Linda, York University, Canada, Merit, Individualism and Solidarity:  revisiting the Democratic Deficit in Union Women’s Leadership
BROWN, William, University of Cambridge, UK, The emergence of socially sustainable sourcing:  A new form of labour regulation in the context of collective bargaining decline?
BURGESS, Pete, University of Greenwich, UK, Varieties of tribunals, Employment disputes resolution, legal and national business systems

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CABEGIN, Emily Christi, University of the Philippines, Philippines, Widening Gender Wage Gap in economic Slowdown: the Philippine Case
CAMPBELL, Iain, RMIT University, Australia, Equal Treatment for Temporary Migrant Workers and the Challenge of Their Precariousness
CARAKER, Emmett, Aalborg University, Denmark, Employee participation and co-determination at the workplace level in Denmark during years of crisis.
Carried out from the home.
CHANG, Chyi-Herng, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, The Information Technology Industry’s Brain Circuit under Stress: The United States, Taiwan and China
CHEONG, Edmund, Social Security Organization, Malaysia. Return-to-work and Disability Management in the developing world:  Developments in South Africa and Malaysia, with reference to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and comparative precedents
CHEW, Rosalind, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, A New Form of Union Representation to Meet the Challenges of a Globalized World
CHEW, Soon Beng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, A New Form of Union Representation to Meet the Challenges of a Globalized World
CHOWHAN, James, McMaster University, Canada, Skilled Immigrants & Promotion: Good and Bad News from Canada
CLARK, Ian, University of HRM and Industrial Relations, Varieties of Capitalism in Crisis?  The Consequences of the “Great Recession” for Employment and Social Protections and Comparative Institutional Analysis
CLARK, Paul F., Penn State University, PA, A Comparative Study of Administrative Practices in American and British Unions
CLÉMENT, Franz, CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg, The Greater Region around Luxembourg:  a particular area for industrial relations in Europe
CLIBBORN, Stephen, University of Sydney, Australia, Beyond our control: Labour Adjustment by Multinational Auto Companies in Australia in Response to the Global Recession
COBB, Ellen Pinkos, The Isosceles Group, MA, Workplace Bullying: A Global Health and Safety Issue
COLLINS, Ngan, RMIT University, Australia, Applying new institutionalism to recent experiences in Indonesia and Vietnam
COOKE, Gordon, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, Skilled Immigrants & Promotion: Good and Bad News from Canada
COOPER, Rae, University of Sydney, Australia, Workers’ Rights and Labour Legislation:  Reviving Collective   Bargaining in Australia
CORBY, Susan, University of Greenwich, UK, Varieties of tribunals, Employment disputes resolution, legal and national business systems

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DAEMMRICH, Arthur, Harvard Business School, USA The Welfare State as an Investment Strategy:  Denmark’s Flexicurity Policies
DAHLKVIST, Andreas, Uppsala University, Sweden, The European Industrial Citizen – He or She?
DANESI, Rosemary, University of Lagos, Nigeria, Contract Labour and the Right to Freedom of Association in the Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria
DELSEN, Lei, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Will the new Dutch vitality scheme be a success?
DERELI, Toker, Isik University, Turkey, Flexicurity and Turkey’s New Labor Act: Problems and Prospects
DeSPIEGELAERE, Stan, HIVA-Kuleuven, Belgium, Engagement and burnout of union representatives: Investigating activism at the workplace with the Job Demands-Resources Model
DOUCOULIAGOS, Chris, Deakin University, Australia, Unions, Innovation, and Technology Adoption:  New Insights from the Cross-Country Evidence
DUNDON, Tony, National University of Ireland, Ireland, Researching Employee Reactions to High Performance Work Systems in the Service Sector:  The Role of Organisational Justice Theory.
DUPPER, Ockert, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Political and Regulatory dimensions of access, portability and exclusion: Social security for migrants, with an emphasis on migrants in Southern Africa;
Dynamics: Evidence from Chinese Migrant Workers in the Construction Industry.

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EDWARDS, Christine, Kingston University Business School, UK, The Consumer-employee as a New Actor in   Industrial Relations: the case of peer support workers in UK HS Mental Health Organisations
EIZEEK, Dov, University of Paris, France, The Gap between Legal Rights of Migrant Care Workers and their Enforcement
ELKIN, Natan, International Labour Office, Geneva, Rights at work in times of crisis: Trends at the country level in terms of compliance with international labour standards
ELLEM, Bradon, University of Sydney, Australia, Workers’ Rights and Labour Legislation:  Reviving Collective   Bargaining in Australia
ENGBLOM, Samuel, TCO, Sweden, Labour Law and the Global Market for Manpower

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FELBO-KOLDING, Jonas, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Paths and barriers towards good quality cooperation in Danish manufacturing workplaces
FICHTER, Michael, Otto-Suhr-Institute of Political Science, Berlin, Unions and Networks – Unions as Networks;
International Framework Agreements in the USA:  Escaping, Projecting or Globalizing Social Dialogue?
FLEMING, Daniel, Roskilde University, Denmark, Malaysian skills development and the middle-income trap
FOLORUNSHO, M.O., Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies, Kwara, NG, Reflections on Prospects and Problems of Globalization on Nigerian Women Workers’ Interest in Trade Union Leadership
FOSTER, Barry, Massey University, New Zealand, The Decline in Collectivism and Employer Attitudes and Behaviours:  Facilitating a High-Skill, Knowledge Economy?

 

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GALDON-SANCHEZ, Jose Enrique, Public University of Navarre, Spain, The Process of Wage Adjustment: An Analysis Using Establishment-Level Data
GARAUDEL, Pierre, Sorbonne Business School, France, Does Information and Consultation Process Help to Preserve Employment?  A Research Note
GEKARA, Victor Oyaro, RMIT University, Australia, Trans-national labour and the implications for representation under globalization: examining the case of seafaring labour and the Nautilus International cross-border merger
GHANI, Mahmood Abdul, Mahmood Abdul Ghani & Co, Pakistan, Protection of Rights of Migrant Workers
GHOSH, Amitava, Team Lease Services Private Limited,Organizing the Unorganized:  Trade Union Response Vis-à-vis the Unorganized Sector in India
GHOSHEH, Naj, ILO, Switzerland,Worksharing: New Developments during the Great Recession and Beyond
GILBERT, Kay, University of Strathclyde, A Comparative Study of Administrative Practices in American and British Unions
GILLARD, Steven, Kingston University Business School, UK, The Consumer-employee as a New Actor in   Industrial Relations: the case of peer support workers in UK HS Mental Health Organisations
GLASSNER, Vera, European Trade Union Institute, Belgium, Which way towards Europeanisation of trade union strategies? Regional differences in trade union officers' views
GLOSSER, Stuart, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, WI, Work-Sharing: Can Reduced Working Hours   Potentially Increase Employment?  The Case of Recessions in the US
GOLDEN, Lonnie, Penn State University Abington College, PA, Work-Sharing: Can Reduced Working Hours   Potentially Increase Employment?  The Case of Recessions in the US
GOMEZ, Rafael, University of Toronto, Canada, Corporate Social Responsibility and Greater Worker Protection: Two sides of the Same Coin?
GONZALEZ MENENDEZ, Maria, University of Oviedo, Spain, Locally embedded FDI? Relations between sub-national labour market and economic development institutions across four advanced economies;
Regulation, women on corporate boards and firm performance: the cases of France and Spain
GONZALEZ-PEREZ, Maria Alejandra, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia, Labour Chapters within the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) as Opportunities to Raise International Labour Standards
GOVINDJEE, Avinash, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa. Return-to-work and Disability Management in the developing world:  Developments in South Africa and Malaysia, with reference to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and comparative precedents
GRAY, Lois S., Cornell University, A Comparative Study of Administrative Practices in American and British Unions
GREEF, Samuel, University of Kassel, Germany, New labor competition: How processes of deregulation and privatization affect industrial relations in Germany
GREER, Ian, Greenwich University, UK, Whipsawing: organizing Labor Competition in Multinational Auto Companies
GYES, Guy Van, HIVA-Kuleuven, Belgium, Engagement and burnout of union representatives:  Investigating activism at the workplace with the Job Demands-Resources Model

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HAIPETER, Thomas, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Strategic Codetermination.  The Campaign “Better not Cheaper” of the Metal-workers Union and the Problems of Union Revitalization in Germany
HAMANN, Kerstin, University of Central Florida, FL Unions against Governments:  Explaining the Incidence and Outcomes of General Strikes in Western Europe, 1980 – 2006
HAMMAN, Mary K., University of Wisconsin La Crosse, MI, Effects of Age-Targeted and Non-Age-Targeted Training on Retirement: Evidence from Germany
HANSEN, Lise Lotte, Roskilde University, Denmark, Including all workers? – Strategies of participation and   representation in Danish trade unions
HANSEN, Nana Wesley, Copenhagen University, Denmark, Worker Involvement in Public Sector Restructuring and Reform - What high trust cooperation can do for political legitimacy and sustainable innovation
HARDY, Tess, Melbourne Law School, Australia, The Use of Enforceable Undertakings as a Strategic Labour Law Compliance Strategy
HAUPTMEIER, Marco, Cardiff University, UK, Whipsawing: organizing Labor Competition in Multinational Auto Companies
HEALY, Geraldine, Queen Mary University of London, UK, Commitment and collective identity of long-term union participation:  The case of women union leaders in the UK and USA
HEALY, Joshua, Flinders University, Australia, Adjusting to Skill Shortages: Complexity and Consequences
HEERY, Edmund, Cardiff University, UK, Amnesty and the Unions:  A Study of Cross-Movement Collaboration;
The Changing Role of ACAS in British Collective Dispute Resolution
HEFFERNAN, Margaret, Dublin City University, Ireland, Researching Employee Reactions to High Performance Work Systems in the Service Sector:  The Role of Organisational Justice Theory.
HEIKKILÄ, Asko, Helsinki University, Finland, Management and Employee Views on Outcomes of Workplace Reforms in comparison; The Case of Publicly Supported Development Projects in Finland
HELFEN, Markus, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany, Variety in Social Partnership in Corporatist Germany:  A look at employers’ associations’ attitudes.
HEYES, Jason, University of Birmingham, UK, Varieties of Capitalism in Crisis?  The Consequences of the “Great Recession” for Employment and Social Protections and Comparative Institutional Analysis
HIGGINS, David, University of York Management School, UK, Causes of Employment Reductions after Corporate Takeovers
HODDER, Andy, Keele University, UK, Organising Young workers in the Public and Commercial Services Union
HODGES, Jane, ILO Bureau for Gender Equality, Switzerland, Gender Issues in 21st century industrial relations-the case for pay equity and ILO Convention No. 100.
HOLTZHAUSEN, Maggie, University of South Africa, South Africa, A Comparison of Some Global Collective     Bargaining Trends with Developments in the South African private Sector centralized collective bargaining system.
HOPKINS, Benjamin, Aberystwyth University, UK, Analyzing the “Migrant Work Ethic”
HOWE, John, Melbourne Law School, Australia, The Use of Enforceable Undertakings as a Strategic Labour Law Compliance Strategy
HUANG, Cuilong, South China University of Technology, China, The Role of the Labor Contract in the Psychological Contract Dynamics: Evidence form Chinese Migrant Workers In the Construction Industry

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IECOVICH, Esther, Ben-Gurion University in the Negev, Israel, The Gap between Legal Rights of Migrant Care Workers and their Enforcement
IGE, A.Y., Leeds University Business School, UK, Evaluating the Role of culture on Sexual Harassment:  The Case of Nigerian Organisations
ILSØE, Anna, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Dealing with unorganized workers in organized settings- experiences and strategies among Danish shop stewards;
Informality, employment and social protection: Some critical perspectives for/from developing countries;
International Framework Agreements in the USA:  Escaping, Projecting or Globalizing Social Dialogue?

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JAFAR, Amir, The University of Burdwan, India, Organizing the Unorganized:  Trade Union Response Vis-à-vis the Unorganized Sector in India
JENKINS, Jean, Cardiff University, UK, Union Formation by Female Garment Workers in India:  Moving Forward in Unity.
JEONG, Heung-Jun, Korea University, Korea, The Effect of Globalization on Human Resource Management, Unions and Flexibility in South Korea
JOHNSON, Liway, Sydney University, Australia, Preserving Partnership in Teacher Performance Management in the NSW Public Education System
JOHNSTON, Alison, Oregon State University, USA, Unions against Governments:  Explaining the Incidence and Outcomes of General Strikes in Western Europe, 1980 – 2006
JØRGENSEN, Henning, Aalborg University, Denmark, Employee participation and co-determination at the workplace level in Denmark during years of crisis.
JOSEPH, Binoy, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, India, Innovative Human Resource Practices and Employee Outcomes in Software Firms in India

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KALULA, Evance University of Cape town, Africa, State and Non-State initiatives for the protection of agro-food sector workers:  Comparative perspectives from South Africa:
Informality, employment and social protection:  Some critical perspectives for/from developing countries.
KAMIBAYASHI, Chieko, Hosei University, Japan, Rethinking Temporary Foreign Workers’ Rights:  Living Conditions of Technical Interns in the Japanese Technical Internship Program (TIP)
KAMINSKI, Michelle, Michigan State University, MI, Workplace bullying in health care:  Peer-to-peer bullying of nurses
KAUPPINEN, Timo, Helsinki University, Finland, Industrial Relations Foresight 2025, The European Union Member States and the Seven other Majour Economies
KELLER, Berndt, University of Konstanz, Germany, A typical employment in Germany. Forms, development, patterns
KELLIHER, Clare, Cranfield University, UK, Different Workplace, Different Rules?  Routines and rules when Work is Carried out from Home
KELLY, John, University of London, UK, Unions against Governments:  Explaining the Incidence and Outcomes of General Strikes in Western Europe, 1980 – 2006;
Organizing the Unorganized: Case study of “Nirman Mazdoor Sanghatana (NMS) – a construction workers union in Maharashtra, India
KIM, Dong-One, Korea University, South Korea, Trust and Employment Relations:  A Workplace-level Analysis
KIM, Ho Yoon, Korea University of Technology and Education, South Korea, Trust and Employment Relations:  A Workplace-level Analysis
KIRTON, Gill, Queen Mary University of London, Commitment and collective identity of long-term union participation:  The case of women union leaders in the UK and USA
KLUIKE, Marlies, University of Tuebingen, Germany, Matching needs do matter – How US-MNCs in Switzerland and Germany utilize local employment relations
KNUDSEN, Herman, Aalborg University, Australia, Influence at work and the desire for more influence
KOTTHOFF, Hermann, Technical University Munich, Germany, EWCs- a trade union “free zone”?
KUVANDIKOV, Azimjon, University of York Management School, UK, Causes of Employment Reductions after Corporate Takeovers

 

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LAKO, Jone Fuala, The University of the South Pacific, Workplace Diversity, Discrimination and Harassment of Expatriate Academics in the South Pacific Higher Education.
LANSBURY, Russell D., University of Sydney, Australia, Beyond our control: Labour Adjustment by Multinational Auto Companies in Australia in Response to the Global Recession
LAROCHE, Patrice, Universite de Lorraine, France, Unions, Innovation, and Technology Adoption:  New Insights from the Cross-Country Evidence
LARSEN, Trine, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Coping with Economic Recession – The Negotiation Skills of Shop Stewards
LATREILLE, Paul, Swansea University, UK, Varieties of tribunals, Varieties of tribunals, Employment disputes resolution, legal and national business systems
LEE, Joseph, National Central University, Taiwan, Social Capital and Trade Unions in the Green Economy:  The Case of Taiwan
LEWIS, Paul, University of Birmingham, Varieties of Capitalism in Crisis?  The Consequences of the “Great Recession” for Employment and Social Protections and Comparative Institutional Analysis
LI, Min, South China University of Technology, China, The Role of the Labor Contract in the Psychological Contract Dynamics: Evidence form Chinese Migrant Workers In the Construction Industry
LI, Qi, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, Conflict resolution in China:  the wrongs of mediating rights
LI, Yiqiong, University of South Australia, Australia, Workplace Training for Skilled Process Workers amid Skills Shortages in China: HRM and Local Labor Markets
LIAGRE, Pieter, HIVA-Kuleuven, Belgium, Engagement and burnout of union representatives:  Investigating activism at the workplace with the Job Demands-Resources Model
LIMONCUOGLU, Siyami, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey, Severance Pay Fund As a Flexicurity Policy
LIU, Xiangmin, Penn State University, PA, One Foot in the Ivory Tower:  Effect of Work Arrangements on Job Satisfaction and Performance among Part-time Faculty.;
Effect of Stock Markets on the Adoption of Temporary Employment     Contracts:  Evidence From China.
LOOISE, Jan, University of Twente, The Netherlands, Bringing the 'Social' dimension back in: Towards an integrated framework for strategic human resource management and social innovation
LU, Jinky Leilanie, University of the Philippines Manila, Philippines, Organizational Work Factors among Workers and Supervisors in Export Processing Zones which Support Global Markets;
Work and stress among supervisors in selected industries in the context of a globalized labour production.
LU, Sophia Francesca, University of the Philippines Diliman, The Philippines, Organizational Work Factors among Workers and Supervisors in Export Processing Zones which Support Global Markets
LUCIO, Miguel Martínez, University of Manchester, UK, The state, public policy and ongoing “renewal” of HRM and Worker Rights;
Soft regulation and the modernisation of employment relations under the British Labour Government (1997 – 2010): partnership, workplace facilitation and trade union change
LÜCKING, Stefan, Hans-Bockler-Stiftung, Germany, Union Responses to recent transformations and conflicts in Journalistic field

 

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MADSEN, Mogens Ove, Aalborg University, Denmark,Employee participation and co-determination at the workplace level in Denmark during years of crisis.
MAIA, Alexandre Gori, University of Campinas – Brazil, Occupational structure and socioeconomic inequality: a comparative study between Brazil and the United States
MAILAND, Mikkel, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Paths and barriers towards good quality cooperation in Danish manufacturing workplaces;
Malaysian skills development and the middle-income trap
MAREE, Johann, University of Cape Town, South Africa, The Role of Trade Unions in Sub-Saharan Africa in Defending and Promoting Democracy
MARKEY, Raymond, Macquarie University, Australia, Influence at work and the desire for more influence
MARSDEN, David, London School of Economics, Job quality and employee voice: a comparison under different forms of workplace representation
MARTINEZ-de-MORENTIN, Sar, A, Public University of Navarre, Spain, The Process of Wage Adjustment: An Analysis Using Establishment-Level Data
MAVROMARAS, Kostas, Flinders University, Australia, Adjusting to Skill Shortages: Complexity and Consequences
McDONALD, Paula, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, One size fits one: Customizing work through manager-employee exchange
MEARDI, Guglielmo, University of Vienna, Austria, Prospects of European Sector Bargaining: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Occurrence of Supranational Interest Coordination
MEARDI, Guglielmo, University of Warwick, UK, Migration and Labour Market Uncertainty in the Light of the Crisis Segregation and Social Sustainability in Three European Countries and Two Sectors
MESSENGER, John C., ILO, Switzerland, Worksharing: New Developments during the Great Recession and Beyond
MINBAEVA, Dana, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, The (Un) Predictable Factor: The Role of Subsidiary Social Capital in International Takeovers
MOHRENWEISER, Jens, University of Tuebingen, Germany, The Effectiveness of Co-Determination Laws in Cooperative and Adversarial Employment Relations:  When does Regulation Bite?
MONSALVE, Martha, Migraciones Laborales, una Realidad en Colombia
MÜLLER, Andrea, University of Tübingen, Germany, German Co-determination and Migrant Integration at Industrial Workplaces
MULLER, Angelika, ILO, Switzerland, Labour Law Reforms at the Crossroads of ILO Standards and OECD and World Bank’s Indexes:  A Global Review of Regulation on Collective Redundancies.
MURHEM, Sofia, Uppsala University, Sweden, The European Industrial Citizen – He or She?
MURRAY, Georgina Griffith University, Australia, The Impact of Working Arrangements on the Physical and Psychological Health of Workers and Their Partners
MURRAY, John University of Sydney, Australia, An Analysis of Collective Bargaining for Paid Parental Leave –Sector and Context Effects
MURRIE, John, Massey University, New Zealand, The Decline in Collectivism and Employer Attitudes and Behaviours:  Facilitating a High-Skill, Knowledge Economy?
MUURLINK, Olav, Griffith University, Australia, The Impact of Working Arrangements on the Physical and Psychological Health of Workers and Their Partners

 

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NASH, David, Cardiff Business School, UK, The Changing Role of ACAS in British Collective Dispute Resolution
NAVRBJERG, Steen E., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, The (Un) Predictable Factor: The Role of Subsidiary Social Capital in International Takeovers and Coping with Economic Recession – The Negotiation Skills of Shop Stewards
NEMANI, Martino, Massey University, New Zealand, (Un)Muzzling the Watch Dogs:  Collective Regulation and Working Women in New Zealand and Fiji
NIFOROU, Christina, BCA College, Greece, International Framework Agreements:  enforcement of compliance and   policy implications
NORDIN, Patrik, University of Vienna, Austria, Are we in this together?  How Metal trade unions from CEE and SEE have managed to position themselves in europe 
NUMHAUSER-HENNING, Ann, Lund University, Sweden, Flexicurity, Employability and Changing Employment Protection in a Global Economy, A study of labour law developments in Sweden in a European context.

 

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OLADEINDE, Olusegun, Rhodes University, South Africa, Management and Labour Relations in a Context of Competitive Work Environment:  evaluating the process of interests mediation in an Oil Refinery, Nigeria
OLIVIER, Marius, University of Western Australia, Australia and Northwest University, South Africa, Political and Regulatory dimensions of access, portability and exclusion: Social security for migrants, with an emphasis on migrants in Southern Africa;
Informality, employment and social protection:  Some critical perspectives for/from developing countries;
State and Non-State initiatives for the protection of agro-food sector workers:  Comparative perspectives from South Africa;
Return-to-work and Disability Management in the developing world:  Developments in South Africa and Malaysia, with reference to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and comparative precedents
OPUTE, John, London South Bank University, UK, Globalization and the Emerging forms of Employee Rights in Transformation Economies:  The Contextual Issues

 

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PARASURAMAN, Balakrishnan, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Effectiveness of JCC:  A Case Study on Academic Staff Association in Universiti Malaysia Sabah
PARKER, Jane, Massey University, New Zealand, (Un)Muzzling the Watch Dogs:  Collective Regulation and Working Women in New Zealand and Fiji
PEDREIRA, Christina, University Presbiterian Mackenzie, Brazil, How’s possible Brazil still accept the Union Unity?
PEETZ, David, Griffith University, Australia, The Impact of Working Arrangements on the Physical and Psychological Health of Workers and Their Partners
PEKAREK, Andreas, Monash University, Australia, Sleeping beauties?  Exploring the dormant value of IR theory for understanding union mergers;
PEKKOLA, Juhani, Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Labour conditions, quality and formality in Telework, Labour market debate and structural solution to controversial empirical findings around Telework
PENDLETON, Andrew, University of York Management School, UK, Causes of Employment Reductions after Corporate Takeovers
PISZCZEK, Matthew, Michigan State University, MI, Effects of Age-Targeted and Non-Age-Targeted Training on Retirement: Evidence from Germany
PONTONI, Gabriela, CONICET, MTEySS, Argentina, The Power of Trucks in Argentina. Labor relations in the road transportation sector after 2003
PRIES, Ludger, Ruhr University, Germany, Paper Seeliger Pries Work and Employment Relations in a Globalized World
PULL, Kerstin, University of Tuebingen, Germany, Matching needs do matter – How US-MNCs in Switzerland and Germany utilize local employment relations;
The Effectiveness of Co-Determination Laws in Cooperative and Adversarial Employment Relations:  When does Regulation Bite?

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RAMSTAD, Elise, Helsinki University, Finland, Management and Employee Views on Outcomes of Workplace Reforms in comparison;
The Case of Publicly Supported Development Projects in Finland
RASMUSSEN, Erling, Auckland University, New Zealand, The Decline in Collectivism and Employer Attitudes and Behaviours:  Facilitating a High-Skill, Knowledge Economy?
RAVENSWOOD, Katherine, Auckland University of Technology, Australia, Influence at work and the desire for more influence
REGURI, Ram Reddy, Kakatiya University, India, Workplace Diversity, Discrimination and Harassment of Expatriate Academics in the South Pacific Higher Education;
Relations in Italy
REMO, Oscar Molina, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, Migration and Labour Market Uncertainty in the Light of the Crisis Segregation and Social Sustainability in Three European Countries and Two Sectors
RESTUBOG, Simon Lloyd D., The Australian National University, South China University of Technology, China, The Role of the Labor Contract in the Psychological Contract Dynamics: Evidence form Chinese Migrant Workers In the Construction Industry
RÖNNMAR, Mia, Lund University, Sweden, Flexicurity, Employability and Changing Employment Protection in a Global Economy, A study of labour law developments in Sweden in a European context.
RUHM, Christopher, University of Virginia, VA, Effects of Age-Targeted and Non-Age-Targeted Training on Retirement: Evidence from Germany
RYMKEVICH, Olga, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, Industrial Relations and Transnational Entrepreneurial Strategies:  The Case of FIAT-Chrysler

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SAGET, Catherine International Labour Office, Geneva, Rights at work in times of crisis:  Trends at the country level in terms of compliance with international labour standards
SAKAMOTO, Arthur, University of Texas at Austin, TX, Occupational structure and socioeconomic inequality:  a comparative study between Brazil and the United States
SALE, Jonathan P., University of the Philippines, Philippines, Labor Market Governance in the Philippines: A Case of collaborative or Competitive Governance?
SARKAR, Partha, The University of Burdwan, India, Organizing the Unorganized:  Trade Union Response Vis-à-vis the Unorganized Sector in India
SARGEANT, Malcolm, Middlesex University Business School of Law, UK, Diverging Doctrine, Converging Outcomes: Evaluating Age Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom and the United States
SAYIM, Kadire Zeynep, Bilkent University, Turkey, Implementing International Framework Agreements at the Local Level: Cases from Turkey
SCHMIDT, Werner, University of Tübingen, Germany, German Co-determination and Migrant Integration at Industrial Workplaces
SCHNEIDER, Martin, University of Paderborn, Germany, Political bias in labor adjudication:  Comparing the German Federal Labor Court and the U.S. National Labor Relations Board
SCHROEDER, Wolfgang, University of Kassel, Germany, New labor competition: How processes of deregulation and privatization affect industrial relations in Germany
SEELIGER, Martin, Ruhr University, Germany, Institutional perspectives on labour regulation between South Africa and Germany: Implementation of short-time work at an international car-manufacturer in the financial crisis;
Paper Seeliger Pries Work and Employment Relations in a Globalized World

SEIFERT, Hartmut, University of Düsseldorf, Germany, A typical employment in Germany. Forms, development, patterns
SELBERG, Niklas, Lund University, Sweden, The Swedish Labor Market and Irregular Migrant Workers. Reflections on Interest Representation on a Segmented Labor Market and on the Future of Neo-Corporativist Labor Relations in Sweden.
SENATORI, Iacopo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, Industrial Relations and Transnational Entrepreneurial Strategies:  The Case of FIAT-Chrysler
SENÉN GONZÁLEZ, Cecilia, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Social dialogue, industrial relations and union revitalization in Argentina after 2003
SHELDON, Peter, University of New South Wales, Australia, Workplace Training for Skilled Process Workers amid Skills Shortages in China: HRM and Local Labor Markets
SHVELIDZE, Zakaria, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia, Transition from Soviet to Liberal Labour Law: Labour Standards in Georgia
SIKWESE, Rachel Sophie, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Decent Work Agenda for Women; Right to Equality and Non Discrimination in Employment.
SINCOX, Ann Kettering, Michigan Nurse Association, MI, Workplace bullying in health care:  Peer-to-peer bullying of nurses
SINHA, Pravin, IIRA, India, Securing Decent Work Conditions for Domestic Workers in India
SITALAKSMI, Sari, RMIT University, Australia, Applying new institutionalism to recent experiences in Indonesia and Vietnam
SLOANE, Peter J., Flinders University, Australia, Adjusting to Skill Shortages: Complexity and Consequences
SMITS, Jeroen, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Will the new Dutch vitality scheme be a success?
SOBØRG, Henrik, Roskilde University, Denmark, Malaysian skills development and the middle-income trap
SPATTINI, Silvia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, Comparing Social Models in Search of Income and Job/Employment Security: Unemployment Benefits vs. Short Time Work compensations.
STEVIS, Dimitris, Colorado State University, CO, International Framework Agreements in the USA:  Escaping, Projecting or Globalizing Social Dialogue?
STUART, Mark, University of Leeds, UK, Soft regulation and the modernisation of employment relations under the British Labour Government (1997 – 2010): partnership, workplace facilitation and trade union change;
The state, public policy and ongoing “renewal” of HRM and Worker Rights
SUNDAR, K.R. Shyam, Mumbai University, India, Organizing the Unorganized:  The Dynamics of Organizing of and Negotiating for Contract Workers in India
SURIENTY, Lilis, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, Management Practices and OSH Implementation in SMES in Malaysia
SUWARNO, Sutanto, Indonesia, Partnership at Work: The Case of Indonesia
SWIATKOWSKI, Andrzej Marian, Jagiellonian University, Poland, The Globalization of Social Rights as a Legal Response to Economic Globalization
SYDOW, Joerg, Otto-Suhr-Institute of Political Science, Berlin, Unions and Networks – Unions as Networks

 

 

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TAI, Hsiao-Hui, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, Labour Identity and Union Strategies in Taiwan:  A Case Study
TAJGMAN, David, International Labour Office, Geneva, Rights at work in times of crisis:  Trends at the country level in terms of compliance with international labour standards
TANAKA, Hideki S., Doshisha University, Japan, Does the Heterogeneity in Employment Arrangements Affect the Complaint Procedure, Promotion and Nonstandard Workers’ Job Satisfaction in Japan?
TAPIA, Maite, Cornell University, NY, Union Campaigns as Countermovements:  Mobilizing Immigrant Workers in France and the UK
TAYLOR, Bill, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Conflict resolution in China:  the wrongs of mediating rights
TAYLOR, Phil, University of Strathclyde, UK, Governance, Labour and the Global Call Centre Value Chain
TEUBER, Silvia, University of Zurich, Switzerland, Institutions and their effect on the organizational structure of matched-pair engineering companies
THAM, Joo-Cheong, University of Melbourne, Australia, Equal Treatment for Temporary Migrant Workers and the Challenge of Their Precariousness;
The Changing Role of ACAS in British collective Dispute Resolution
TIEVES, Daniela, Ruhr-University, Germany, How to get through…Individual biographical perspectives on flexible working hours and their implications for each life course:  the example of shift work
TIRABOSCHI, Michele, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, Bilateralism and Bilateral Bodies:  The New Frontier of Industrial Relations in Italy.
TODD, Patricia, University of Western Australia, Workers’ Rights and Labour Legislation: Reviving Collective   Bargaining in Australia
TOMASSETTI, Paolo, University of Bergamo, Italy, Bilateralism and Bilateral Bodies:  The New Frontier of Industrial Relations in Italy.
TORKA, Nicole, Helmut Schmidt Universitat, Germany, Bringing the 'Social' dimension back in: Towards an integrated framework for strategic human resource management and social innovation
TOWNSEND, Keith, Griffith University Australia, One size fits one: Customizing work through manager-employee exchange
TRAPPMANN, Vera, OvGU University, Germany, From implicit to explicit CSR?  A comparative analysis of business leaders’ beliefs in Germany, Poland and Hungary
TREMBLAY, Diane-Gabrielle, Université du Québe à Montréal, Canada, Work-Family Articulation in the Social Economy Childcare Centers in Quebec:  Does Democratic Management make a Difference?
TROS, Frank, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Flexicurity in Europe:  can it survive a double crisis?
TURNER, Lowell, Cornell University, NY, Union Campaigns as Countermovements:  Mobilizing Immigrant Workers in France and the UK

 

 

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UCKAN, Banu, Anadolu University, Turkey, From the perspective of EU integration and ILO standards: trade union rights in Turkey.

 

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VANDAELE, Kurt, European Trade Union Institute, Belgium, Which way towards Europeanisation of trade union strategies? Regional differences in trade union officers' views
VERMA, Anil, University of Toronto, Canada, Corporate Social Responsibility and Greater Worker Protection: Two sides of the Same Coin?
VLANDAS, Tim, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?  Union strategies towards precarious workers:  The case of the temporary sector

 

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WALLACH, Shelley, Tel-Aviv Labour Court, Israel, The Medusa Stare:  Surveillance and Monitoring of Employees and the Right to Privacy
WEBBER, Don J., University of West England, UK, Influence at work and the desire for more influence
WEI, Huang, Renmin University of China, Beijing,  Contextual Analysis on the Choice of Employee Participation Schemes in China’s Coal Mining Companies and Automotive Assemblers;
The Management of Employment Relations in Chinese Automotive Industry:  A Perspective of Global Value Chain
WHITEHEAD, Paul V., Penn State University, PA, A Comparative Study of Administrative Practices in American and British Unions
WHITTHALL, Michael, Technical University Munich, Germany, EWCs- a trade union “free zone”?
WRIGHT, Chris, Macquarie University, Australia, The emergence of socially sustainable sourcing:  A new form of labour regulation in the context of collective bargaining decline?

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YAMADA, Nobuyuki, Komazawa University, Japan, The Anti-Sweatshop Movement of a Worker Center: Organizing Activity for Restaurant Workers in San Francisco

 

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ZAGELMEYER, Stefan, International University Bad Honnef, Germany, and University of Twente, The Netherlands, Bringing the 'Social' dimension back in: Towards an integrated framework for strategic human resource management and social innovation
ZENG, Xiang Quan, Renmin University of China, China, The Information Technology Industry’s Brain Circuit under Stress: The United States, Taiwan and China
ZEYTINOGLU, Isik U., McMaster University, Canada, Skilled Immigrants & Promotion: Good and Bad News from Canada
ZHANG, Chunyang, South China University of Technology, China, The Role of the Labor Contract in the Psychological Contract Dynamics: Evidence form Chinese Migrant Workers In the Construction Industry
ZHANG, Liang, Penn State University, PA, One Foot in the Ivory Tower:  Effect of Work Arrangements on Job Satisfaction and Performance among Part-time Faculty.
ZYLBERSTAJN, Hélio, University of São Paulo, Brazil, Workers’ rights in the Brazilian sugarcane ethanol industry

 

 

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