Edited by Keith Townsend and Adrian Wilkinson
The broad field of employment relations is diverse and complex and is under constant development and reinvention. This Research Handbook discusses fundamental theories and approaches to work and employment relations, and their connection to broader political and societal changes occurring throughout the world. It provides comprehensive coverage of work and employment relations theory and practice.
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- Research Handbook on the Future of Work and Employment Relations
- Chapter 1: The Changing Face of Work and Employment Relations
- Chapter 2: The Future of Employment Relations: Insights from Theory
- Chapter 3: Finding the Future in the Past? The Social Philosophy of Oxford Industrial Relations Pluralism
- Chapter 4: The State and Employment Relations
- Chapter 5: Union Strategy and Circumstance: Bank to the Future and Forward to the Past?
- Chapter 6: Concerted Capital: Understanding Employer Interests and the Role of Employer Coordination in Contemporary Employment Relations
- Chapter 7: New and Emerging Actors in Work and Employment Relations: The Case of Civil Society Organizations
- Chapter 8: Employment Relations and Managerial Work: An International Perspective
- Chapter 9: Skills in the Twenty-first Century Organization: The Career of a Notion
- Chapter 10: Working Time in the Employment Relationship: Working Time, Perceived Control and Work–life Balance
- Chapter 11: Migration and Labour Markets: An Interpretation of the Literature
- Chapter 12: Child Labor
- Chapter 13: Flexicurity: Still Going Strong or a Victim of the Crisis?
- Chapter 14: Governance, Finance and Employment Relations
- Chapter 15: Employment Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Chapter 16: Industrial Relations in China: Ball of Confusion?
- Chapter 17: Equity in the Twenty-first Century Workplace
- Chapter 18: Dimensions of Dignity: Defining the Future of Work
- Chapter 19: Justice in the Twenty-first Century Organization
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