British Journal of Industrial Relations

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Edited By: John Godard

Online ISSN: 1467-8543

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BJIR 50th Anniversary

2013 marks BJIR's 50th anniversary. Watch our 50th anniversary panel discussion below.

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Special Issues of BJIR

BJIR Special Issues

Across Boundaries: The Global Challenges Facing Workers and Employment Research
50th Anniversary Special Issue
Volume 51, Issue 3
Edited by Gregory Jackson, Sarosh Kuruvilla and Carola Frege

Symposium in Honour of Richard Hyman
Volume 49, Issue 2
Edited by Carola Frege, John Kelly, Patrick McGovern

Government Regulation of the Occupations
Volume 48, Issue 4
Edited by Morris M. Kleiner, Alex Bryson

Supplementary Issues

The London School of Economics and Wiley are delighted to publish 2 additional issues of BJIR's 49th volume:

June 2011 Supplementary Issue
Volume 49, Issue 1

July 2011 Supplementary Issue
Volume 49, Issue 2

About BJIR

The British Journal of Industrial Relations (BJIR) is the leading British industrial relations journal and the third most highly ranked industrial relations journal worldwide

5 Year Impact Factor (2013): 1.468

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BJIR Lecture Series

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BJIR Annual Lecture 2014 with Professor Charles Heckscher (Rutgers)

Professor Charles Heckscher's Lecture title was: "Transient solidarities: commitment and collective action in post-industrial societies". He argued that solidarity has not died, despite laments about the loss of community and the widespread decline of mass actions; it can be mobilized in new ways through developing networks of plural, transient relations. The lecture took place on January 16, 2014, at 6:30 p.m., in the Hong Kong Theatre (Ground floor, Clement House, LSE, 99 Aldwych, WC2B 4JF) at the London School of Economics. Professor Heckscher is the director of the Center for Workplace Transformation at Rutgers University. He is currently leading two research projects on development at stakeholder systems, and a second project on the effect of teamwork in the cute hospital care. His research focuses on organization change and its consequences for employees and unions, and on the possibilities for more collective and democratic forms of work.

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BJIR Annual Review Article Series

Annual Review Article 2012
Unionization, Inequality and Redistribution

Jonas Pontusson

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