A series of excellent labour law papers previously presented at Oxford University’s Voices at Work workshop has just been published in the new edition of the Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal. Here is the line up:
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.
Many of these papers can be retrieved already on the author’s individual SSRN web pages, which you can find by searching their names on this search engine.