Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2018 Conflict in the workplace: The concept of structured antagonism reconsideredEdwards, Paul K.
2017 European industrial relations: An increasingly fractured landscape?Marginson, Paul
2017 Preventing labour exploitationBeels, Margaret
2017 Labour market exploitation: Emerging empirical evidenceDickens, Linda; Meardi, Guglielmo
2017 What does migration control mean? The link between migration and labour market regulations in Norway, Switzerland and CanadaMeardi, Guglielmo
2016 Trade unions and multinational companies: A multi-level challengeMarginson, Paul
2016 Reflections on employee relationsCridland, John
2016 Shaping the world of work: Time for a UK jobs strategySisson, Keith
2015 Reforming the ICE regulations: What chance nowHall, Mark; Purcell, John; Adam, Duncan
2015 Workplace union representation in the British public sector: Evidence from the 2011 Workplace Employment Relations SurveyHoque, Kim; Bacon, Nick
2015 Social Europe: Yesterday, today and tomorrowS├ęgol, Bernadette
2014 Relevance of the ILO in the twenty-first centuryRyder, Guy
2014 Were the 40 years of "radical pluralism" a waste of time? A response to Peter Ackers and Patrick McGovernEdwards, Paul
2013 The workplace in transition: A decade of change and challengeTaylor, John
2012 The limits and possibilities of employee engagementPurcell, John
2011 Understanding the crisis: can we move from austerity to prosperity?Barber, Brendan
2010 Internal marketisation: between redefinition and erosion of 'social ties that bine' at company levelBecke, Guido
2010 The labour market and employment relations beyond the recessionLambert, Richard
2010 Why employment relations matterSisson, Keith
2009 Ireland, the United Kingdom and the legal and voluntary framework for disputeMulvey, Kieran
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