Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal
Volume 32, Number 4, Summer 2011
Competing Conceptions of Representational Legitimacy, p. 841
- Ana Virginia Gomes and Mariana Mota Prado, Flawed Freedom of Association in Brazil: How Unions Can Become an Obstacle to Meaningful Reforms in the Labor Law System, p.843.
- Erika Kovacs, Hungarian Unions: How Representative? How Effective? p. 891.
- Itai Svirski, Moving to Bottom-up Representation: A Comment on Gomes and Prado, "Flawed Freedom of Association in Brazil," from the Perspective of the Developing New Unionism in Israel, p. 915.
- Gian Guido Balandi, From Corporatism to Freedom of Association: A Note About Italy, p. 925.
- Nikita Lyutov, Freedom of Association: The Case of Russia, p. 933.
- Alexander De Becker, The Legal Status of Public Employees or Public Servants: Comparing the Regulatory Frameworks in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, p. 949.
- Nick Robinson and Varun Gauri, Education, Labor Rights, and Incentives: Contract Teacher Cases in the Indian Courts, p. 991
Three Perspectives on the Viking and Laval Decisions
- Bernard Adell, Resisting Lower Terms for Imported Workers: Laval-Inspired Reflections on the Canadian Law, p. 1023.
- Frank Hendricks, Beyond Viking and Laval: The Evolving European Context, p. 1055.
- Steven L. Willborn, Laval, Viking, and American Labor Law, p. 1079
- Pepper D. Culpepper, reviewed by John Buchanan, Quiet Politics and Business Power: Corporate Control in Europe and Japan, p. 1097.
- Lane Kenworthy, reviewed by Chris Howell, Jobs with Equality, p. 1101.
- Amanda Tattersall, reviewed by Maite Tapia, Power in Coalition: Strategies for Strong Unions and Social Change, p. 1107.