Thursday, May 3, 2012
Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal
Vol. 33, #3 (2012)
- Alan Bogg and Tonia Novitz, Investigating "Voice" at Work, p. 323.
- Eric Tucker, Labor's Many Constitutions (and Capital's Too), p. 355.
- Alan Bogg and Keith Ewing, A (Muted) Voice at Work? Collective Bargaining in the Supreme Court of Canada, p. 379.
- Stuart White, Liberal Neutrality and Trade Unions, p. 417
- Simon Deakin and Artistea Koukiadaki, Capability Theory, Employee Voice, and Corporate Restructuring: Evidence from U.K. Case Studies, p. 427
- Wanjiru Njoya, Job Security in a Flexible Labor Market: Challenges and Possibilities for Worker Voice, p.459
- Charlotte Villiers, Why Employee Protection Legislation Is Still Necessary, p.481.