Special Supplement - The International Labour Review and the ILO: Milestones in a shared history
As the ILO is approaching its 100th anniversary, so is the International
Labour Review. By way of introduction to this retrospective Special Supplement,
which reproduces a number of articles written for the Review by winners of the
Nobel Peace Prize or the Nobel Prize for economics, the author looks back at the
journalĺs history, recalling its early days since the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, its subsequent
development, broadening international readership and adaptation to the
Vol 154 (2015), No. 1 - What future for industrial relations?
- Introduction: What future for industrial rlations?, by S. HAYTER
- Three scenarios for industrial relations in Europe, by R. HYMAN
- Alternative labour protection movements in the United States: Reshaping industrial relations,by J. FINE
- The shifting boundaries of industrial relations: Insights from South Africa, by E. WEBSTER
- Workers and social movements of the developing world: Time to rethink the scope of industrial relations?, by R. SEN and C-H. LEE
- Shaping the future of industrial relations in the EU: Ideas, paradoxed and drivers of change, by M. KEUNE
- Shrinking collective bargaining coverage, increasing income inequality: A comparison of five EU countries, by G. BOSCH
- Book review symposium: The future of the International Labour Organization in the global economy, by Francis MAUPAIN. Introduction: B LANGILLE and G. MUNDLAK. Beyond the "rules of the game": A. BLACKETT. In search of coherence?: G. MUNDLAK. The ILO: Challenges in times of crisis: K. RITTICH. Reinventing the ILO: S. CHARNOVITZ. Persuading the prisoners: B. LANGILLE. Revisiting the future: F. MAUPAIN.
- Empire and co-operation: How the British Empire used co-operatives
in its development strategies 1900ľ1970, by Rita RHODES.
Reviewed by Satoko HORIUCHI, Waltteri KATAJAM─KI
and Igor VOCATCH
- Empowering women in work in developing countries,
by Maarten van KLAVEREN and Kea TIJDENS.
Reviewed by Naoko OTOBE
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