LAW 565: COMPARATIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
                                     
                                                                           
                LAW 565:  COMPARATIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
                            Professor B. Adell


                                 CONTENTS

BASIC READING
REFERENCE WORKS
MAIN PERIODICALS
1. THE COMPARATIVE METHOD IN LABOUR LAW AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
2. NORTH AMERICAN AND WESTERN EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 
     PATTERNS: SOME BASIC CONTRASTS
3. BRITAIN
4. GERMANY
5. SWEDEN
6. FRANCE
7. AUSTRALIA
8. JAPAN
9. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING STRUCTURES AND PROCESSES 
10. EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATION OR PARTICIPATION AT WORKPLACE LEVEL
     OR COMPANY LEVEL
11. STRIKES
12. LABOUR COURTS  
13. JOB SECURITY: PROTECTION AGAINST DISMISSAL AND REDUNDANCY
     (a) DISMISSAL
     (b) REDUNDANCY
14. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION
15. LABOUR RELATIONS OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES
16. EUROPEAN UNION
17. PROTECTION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
18. SOME DIAGNOSTIC AND PRESCRIPTIVE ANALYSES OF INDUSTRIAL
     RELATIONS SYSTEMS: "JURIDIFICATION", CORPORATISM AND POST-
     CORPORATISM, LABOUR INCLUSIVENESS, "GHETTO UNIONISM",  
"EUROSCLEROSIS"
19. IMPLICATIONS FOR REFORM OF CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSBASIC READING

R.J. Adams, Industrial Relations under Liberal Democracy: North
America in Comparative Perspective, manuscript version, 1993 


REFERENCE WORKS  (referred to later by author or editor only)

B. Aaron and K.W. Wedderburn (eds), Industrial Conflict:
A Comparative Legal Survey, 1972  (LL)

R.J. Adams, Comparative Industrial Relations, 1991  (Res MB)

G. Baglioni and C. Crouch (eds), European Industrial Relations:
The Challenge of Flexibility, 1990  (MB)

G.J. Bamber and R.D. Lansbury (eds), International and
Comparative Industrial Relations: A Study of Developed Market
Economies, 1987 (Res LL)  (1993 edition on order)

J. Barbash and K. Barbash (eds.), Theories and Concepts in
Comparative Industrial Relations, 1989  (LL)

D.M. Beatty, Putting the Charter to Work, 1987

R. Blanpain (ed), Comparative Labour Law and Industrial
Relations, 1982, 1987 and 1990 editions (Res LL and MB) (current
edition referred to below as Blanpain 1990)

R. Blanpain (ed), International Encyclopedia for Labour Law and
Industrial Relations (Res LL)  (referred to below as Encyc)

R. Blanpain, Labour Law and Industrial Relations of the European
Community, 1991  (referred to below as Blanpain, LL&IR of EC)

R. Brunetta and C. Dell'Aringa (eds), Labour Relations and
Economic Performance, 1990  (Res MB)

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations, no. 23, 1992 --
Workers' participation: influence on management decision-making
by labour in the private sector  (referred to below as
Bulletin 23)  (Res MB)

H. Clegg, Trade Unionism under Collective Bargaining, 1976 (DL)

C. Crouch, Industrial Relations and European State Traditions,
1993

P. Davies and M. Freedland (eds), Kahn-Freund's Labour and the
Law, 3rd ed, 1983 (Res LL)

P. Doeringer (ed), Industrial Relations in International
Perspective, 1980 (Res MB)

S. Edlund (ed), Labour Law Research in Twelve Countries, 1986
(LL)

T. Hanami and R. Blanpain (eds), Industrial Conflict Resolution
in Market Economies: A Study of Australia, the Federal Republic
of Germany, Italy, Japan and the USA, 1984 (referred to below as
Hanami and Blanpain 1984)  (Res LL, DL)

T. Hanami and R. Blanpain (eds), Industrial Conflict Resolution
in Market Economies: A Study of Canada, Great Britain and Sweden,
1987 (referred to below as Hanami and Blanpain 1987)  (Res LL)

B. Hepple, The Making of Labour Law in Europe, 1986  (LL)

R. Hyman and W. Streeck (eds), New Technology and Industrial
Relations, 1988  (Res MB)

IIRA (International Industrial Relations Association),
Economic and Political Changes in Europe: Implications on
Industrial Relations, Proceedings of 3rd European Regional
Congress, 1991, Bari, 1993 (referred to below as IIRA-Bari) (Most
of these papers are also available in mimeo form)

H. Juris, M. Thompson and W. Daniels (eds), Industrial Relations
in a Decade of Economic Change, 1985  (Res MB)

W. Kendall, The Labour Movement in Europe, 1975 (Res DL)

B. Martin and E. Kassalow (eds), Labor Relations in Advanced
Industrial Societies, 1980 (Res LL)

W. McCarthy, Legal Intervention in Industrial Relations: Gains
and Losses, 1992  (Res LL)

F. Schmidt and A. Neal, Collective Agreements and Collective
Bargaining, Int'l Encyclopedia of Comp Law, v. 15 (Labour Law),
ch. 12, 1984 (LL)

H. Slomp, Labour Relations in Europe, 1990  (MB)

H.N. Wheeler and J. Rojot, Workplace Justice: Employment
Obligations in International Perspective, 1992 

J. Windmuller, Collective Bargaining in Industrialized Market
Economies: A Reappraisal, 1987  (MB)

J. Windmuller and A. Gladstone (eds), Employers' Associations and
Industrial Relations, 1984 (Res MB, DL)MAIN PERIODICALS

Comparative Labour Law Journal  [Comp LLJ]  (LL)

International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial
Relations   [Int'l J Comp LL]  (LL)

International Labour Review  {ILO}  (DL, DOCS)

Industrial Law Journal {England}  [Industrial LJ]

Modern Law Review {England}

British Journal of Industrial Relations  [Br J IR]  (LL, MB)

Industrial Relations Journal {England}  (MB)

Journal of Industrial Relations {Australia}  (LL, MB)

Australian Journal of Labour Law

Relations industrielles  [Rels ind]  (LL, MB)

Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society {Berkeley} 
(MB)

Industrial and Labour Relations Review {Cornell}  [Ind & LR Rev]

Industrial Relations Law Journal {Berkeley}  [Ind Rel LJ]

International and Comparative Law Quarterly  [ICLQ]  (LL)

American Journal of Comparative Law  (LL)

Bulletin of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations (LL,
MB]

Social Europe  (DOCS)

Yearbook of European Law  (LL)

European Industrial Relations Review  [EIRR]  (MB -- but only
until 1979.  More recent issues not available at Queen's.)

International Labour Office, Legislative Series, Quarterly
Selection of Labour and Social Security Legislation (DOCS)1.   THE COMPARATIVE METHOD IN LABOUR LAW AND INDUSTRIAL
     RELATIONS

O. Kahn-Freund, Intergroup conflicts and their settlement, (1954)
5 Br J Sociology 193

O. Kahn-Freund, On uses and misuses of comparative law, (1974) 37
Modern L Rev

C.J. Whelan, Labour law and comparative law, (1985) 63 Texas L
Rev 1425

J. Schregle, Comparative industrial relations: pitfalls and
potential, (1981) 120 Int'l Lab Rev 15

R. Blanpain, Comparativism in labour law and industrial
relations, in Blanpain 1990, v. 1, p. 1

M. Shalev, Industrial relations theory and the comparative study
of industrial relations and industrial conflict, (1980) 18 Br J
Ind Rel 26

Bamber and Lansbury, p. 3 (Studying international and comparative
industrial relations), p. 232 (Comparative international data)2.   NORTH AMERICAN AND WESTERN EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL
     RELATIONS PATTERNS: SOME BASIC CONTRASTS

D.C. Bok, Reflections on the distinctive character of American
labor laws, (1971) 84 Harvard L Rev 1394

E. Kassalow, Industrial conflict and consensus in the US and
Western Europe, in Martin and Kassalow, 1980, p. 45

Bamber and Lansbury, p. 232 (Appendix: comparative international
data)

C. Summers, The usefulness of unions in a major industrial
society: a comparative sketch, (1984) 58 Tulane L Rev 1509

R.J. Adams, Industrial relations and the economic crisis:  Canada
moves toward Europe, in Juris, Thompson and Daniels, p. 115

R.A. Kagan, How much does law matter? Labour law competition, and
waterfront labor relations in Rotterdam and U.S. ports, (1990) 24
Law and Society Rev 35 (esp. pp. 58-65)

R. Blanpain, Introductory remarks on a comparative overview,
Bulletin 23, p. 13.   BRITAIN

B. Hepple and S. Fredman, chapter on Britain, Encyc v. 5
(Jan. 1986)

Kendall, ch 7

Davies and Freedland

W. Brown, Industrial conflict resolution in Great Britain, in
Hanami and Blanpain 1987, p.103

G. Bamber and E. Snape, Britain, in Bamber and Lansbury, p. 33

W. McCarthy, The rise and fall of collective laissez-faire, in
McCarthy, p. 1

S. Auerbach, Legislating for Conflict, 1990  (LL)

Armstrong, Employers' associations in Great Britain, in
Windmuller and Gladstone, ch 3

I. Maitland, The Causes of Industrial Disorder:  A Comparison of
an English and a German Factory, 1982 (DL)

R. Townshend-Smith, Trade union recognition legislation: Britain
and America compared, (1981) 1 Legal Studies 190

Lord Wedderburn, The Social Charter in Britain -- labour law and
labour courts, (1991) 54 Modern L Rev (no. 1) 1

K.D. Ewing, Swimming with the tide; employment protection and the
implementation of European Labour Law, (1993) 22 Industrial LJ
165

H. Collins, Justice in Dismissal: The Law of Termination of
Employment, 1992  (LL)4.   GERMANY

M. Weiss, Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the Federal
Republic of Germany, 1987  (LL)

Kendall, ch 5

M. Weiss, S. Simitis and W. Rydyzy, The settlement of labour
disputes in the Federal Republic of Germany, in Hanami and
Blanpain 1984, p. 81

W. Rydyzy, Settlement of labour disputes in private industry: the
example of Adam Opel AG, in Hanami and Blanpain 1984, p. 113

K. Wever, Labor's leverage in a post-Fordist world: some German
experiences, 1991  (mimeo)

M. Weiss, Recent trends in the development of labor law in the
Federal Republic of Germany, (1989) 23 Law and Society Rev 759

I. Maitland, The Causes of Industrial Disorder:  A Comparison of
an English and a German Factory, 1982 (DL)

W. Streeck, Industrial Relations in West Germany: A Case Study of
the Car Industry, 1984  (DL)

O. Jacobi, in Juris, Thompson and Daniels, ch. 7

F. Fuerstenberg, The Federal Republic of Germany, in Bamber and
Lansbury, p. 165

F. Fuerstenberg, Structure and strategy in industrial relations,
(1991) 21 Bull of Comp LR 1, at pp. 52-81 (on codetermination and
collective bargaining in Germany) and pp. 149-81 (on structural
change)

F. Kessler, Le Droit des Conventions Collectives de Travail en
Republique Federale d' Allemagne, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 1988

R. Bunn, Employers' associations in the FRG, in Windmuller and
Gladstone, ch 7

B. Holz, Productivity differences and industrial relations
structures:  engineering companies in the UK and the FRG, (1982)
7 Labour and Society 333

C. Schnabel, Trade unions and productivity: the German evidence,
(1991) 29 Br J IR 15

C. Summers, An American perspective of the German model of worker
participation, (1987) 8 Comp Lab L J 333

W. Daubler, "The individual and the collective: no problem for
German Labour Law?" (1989) 10 Comp LLJ 505
W. Streeck, review of K. Williams, Industrial Relations and the
German Model, (1990) 11 Comp LLJ 249 

K. Shire, The social reorganization of production and the
structure of industrial relations: variations in management
strategy at General Motors' plants in Austria and West Germany,
1991 (mimeo)5.   SWEDEN

A. Adlercreutz, chapter on Sweden, Encyc v. 10 (Jan. 1990)

Swedish labour legislation, Encyc, Leg'n v. 4 (Oct. 1987)

C. Summers, Comparisons in labor law:  Sweden and the United
States, (1985) 7 Ind Rel L J 1

S. Lash, The end of neo-corporatism?: the breakdown of
centralized bargaining in Sweden, (1985) 23 Br J Ind Rel 215

Hanami and Blanpain, 1987

J. Fulcher, Labour Movements, Employers, and the State: Conflict
and Co-operation in Britain and Sweden, 1991  (MB)

A. Sandberg, Swedish work groups and Japanese teams: preliminary
reflections based on the case of Volvo's now Uddevalla assembly
plant, 1991 (mimeo)

R. Fahlbeck, Labour Law in Sweden, 1980

W. Korpi, Workplace bargaining, the law and unofficial strikes: 
the case of Sweden, (1978) 16 Br J Ind Rel 355 355
     
W. Korpi, The Working Class in Welfare Capitalism:  Work, Unions
& Politics in Sweden, 1978

W. Korpi, Industrial relations and industrial conflict: the case
of Sweden, in Martin and Kassalow, p. 89 

G. Skogh, Employers' associations in Sweden, in Windmuller and
Gladstone, ch 6

T.A. Canova, Monologue or dialogue in management decisions: a
comparison of mandatory bargaining duties in the United States
and Sweden, (1991) 12 Comp LLJ 257

S. Unger, Wage earner funds in Sweden, (1991) 12 Comp LLJ 498

G. Brulin and T. Nilsson, From societal to managerial
cooperation, (1991) 12 Econ & Ind Democracy (no. 3) 327

V.A. Pestoff, The demise of the Swedish model and the resurgence
of organized business as a major political actor, 1991 (mimeo)

L. Delsen and T. van Veen, The Swedish model: relevant for other
European countries? (1992) 30 Br J IR 83

A.C. Neal, Employment protection laws: the Swedish model, (1984)
33 ICLQ 6346.   FRANCE

M. Despax and J. Rojot, chapter on France, Encyc v. 5 (Jan. 1987)

French labour legislation, Encyc, Leg'n v. 1 (Sept. 1986)

F. Meyers, in A. Blum (ed), International Handbook of Industrial
Relations, 1980, ch. 8

M. Forde, Trade union pluralism and labour law in France, (1984)
33 ICLQ 134

M.A. Glendon, French labour law reform 1982-1983: the struggle
for collective bargaining, (1984) 32 Am J Comp L 449

J. Goetschy and J. Rojot, French industrial relations, in Bamber
and Lansbury, p. 142

M. Maurice and F. Sellier, Societal analysis of industrial
relations: a comparison between France and West Germany, (1979)
17 Br J IR 322

M. Maurice, Social Forms of Industrial Power: A Comparison of
France and Germany, 1986  (DL)

Y. Delamotte, Workers' participation and personnel policies in
France, (1988) 127 Int'l Lab Rev 221

S. Erbes-Seguin, Industrial relations and workers' representation
at workplace level in France, in Hyman and Streeck, ch. 17

Comment, The American model unrealized: a reevaluation of plant
bargaining in France (1989) 10 Comp LLJ 196

D. Segrestin, Recent change in France, in Baglioni and Crouch
(eds), 1990, p. 97

A. Hege and C. Dufour, Representation des salaries en France et
en Allemagne: la representation en quete de sa legitimite, (1992)
Revue de l'IRES no. 8, p. 1 

P. Hassenteufel, A. Hege and C. Dufour, Representation des
salaries en France et en Allemagne: institutions et pratiques
representatives dans l'etablissement, (1992) Revue de l'IRES no.
8, p. 9

M. Forde, Liability in damages for strikes: a French counter-
revolution, (1985) 33 Am J Comp L 447

Lord Wedderburn, Vicarious liability and responsabilit‚ civile in
strikes: comparative notes, (1991) 20 Industrial LJ 1887.   AUSTRALIA

R.C. McCallum, Deregulating Australian labour relations:
collective bargaining reforms within Australia's system of
compulsory conciliation and arbitration, Queen's Papers in IR,
no. 1990-9

D. Plowman, The settlement of industrial disputes in Australia,
in Hanami and Blanpain 1984, p. 23

R. Lansbury and E. Davis, Australia, in Bamber and Lansbury,
p. 97

N. Dufty, Employers' associations in Australia, in Windmuller and
Gladstone, ch. 5

D.S. Bogen, A look at labor law in the land down under:
industrial relations in Australia, (1981) 41 Maryland L Rev 103

D.D. Carter, Income restraint and industrial relations: a
comparative study of the Canadian and Australian experiences,
(1986) 11 Queen's LJ 431

Crouch, pp. 342-43

R. Mitchell and M. Rimmer, Labour law, deregulation, and
flexibility in Australian industrial relations, (1990) 12
Comp LLJ 1

J.B. Rose, Interest and rights disputes resolution in Canada, New
Zealand and Australia, 1991  (mimeo)8.  JAPAN

W.B. Gould, Japan's Reshaping of American Labor Law, 1984

A. Woodiwiss, Law, Labour, and Society in Japan, 1992  (LL)

T. Hanami, chapter on Japan, Encyc v. 7 (Dec. 1984)

Japanese labour legislation, Encyc, Leg'n v. 3 (to June 1986)

Y. Kuwahara, in Bamber and Lansbury

T. Hanami, Conflict resolution in industrial relations: Japan, in
Hanami and Blanpain 1984, p. 199

M. Nitta, Conflict resolution in the steel industry -- collective
bargaining and workers' consultation in a steel plant, in Hanami
and Blanpain, 1984, p. 233

J.M. Weiler, The Japanese labour relations system: lessons for
Canada, in W.C. Riddell (ed.), Labour-Management Cooperation in
Canada, 1986, p. 5

K. Sugeno amd K. Koshiro, The role of neutrals in the resolution
of shop-floor disputes: Japan, (1987) 9 Comp LLJ 129

F. Hamada, The gist of labour relations law in Japan: its
universalities and peculiarities, (1987) 21 Kobe U L Rev 79

B. Ecclestone, State and Society in Post-War Japan, Oxford, 1989

R.C. Brown, Labor law issues facing multi-national and Japanese
companies operating in the United States, and United States
companies using Japanese-style labor relations, (1986) 8 U Hawaii
LR 261

Y. Suwa, Flexibility and security in employment: the Japanese
case, (1991) 6 Int'l J Comp LL 230

F. Komiya, Dismissal procedures and termination benefits in
Japan, (1991) 12 Comp LLJ 151

Y. Hamada, Unilateral change by the employer of working
conditions in times of economic difficulties, (1991) 25 Kobe U L
Rev 19

CAW Research Group on CAMI, Team concept: a case study of
Japanese production management in a unionized Canadian auto
plant, 1991  (mimeo)9.   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING STRUCTURES AND PROCESSES 

H.C. Katz, Decentralization of collective bargaining: a
literature review and comparative analysis, (1993) 47 Ind & LR
Rev 3

J. Anderson, The structure of collective bargaining, in J.
Anderson, M. Gunderson and A. Ponak (eds), Union-Management
Relations in Canada, 2nd ed., 1989, p. 209

F. Bairstow, The structure of bargaining: international
comparisons - a story of diversity, (1980) 31 Lab L J 514

C. Crouch, Ambiguities of decentralization, IIRA-Bari, p. 881
(mimeo)

G. Cella and T. Treu, National trade union movements, in Blanpain
1990, v. 1, p. 45

E. Cordova, Collective bargaining, in Blanpain 1990, v. 2, p. 179

Davies and Freedland, pp. 88-118

W. Brown, Bargaining structure and the impact of the law, in
McCarthy, p. 296.

H. Gospel, Trade unions and the legal obligation to bargain: an
American, British and Swedish comparison, (1983) 21 Br J IR 343 

J. Bellace & H. Gospel, Disclosure of information to trade
unions: a comparative perspective, (1983) 122 Int'l Lab Rev 12510.  EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATION OR PARTICIPATION AT WORKPLACE
     LEVEL OR COMPANY LEVEL

R.J. Adams, Two policy approaches to labour-management decision-
making at the level of the enterprise: a comparison of the Wagner
model and statutory works councils, in W.C. Riddell (ed.),
Labour-Management Cooperation in Canada, 1986, p. 87

J. Visser, Employee representation in West European workplaces
(structure, scale, scope, and strategy), IIRA-Bari, p. 793
(mimeo)

M. Biagi, Forms of employee representation at the workplace, in
Blanpain 1990, p. 197

M. Biagi, Employee representation in small and medium-sized
enterprises: a comparative overview, IIRA-Bari, p. 847 (mimeo),
and  Comp LLJ

E. Kassalow, Industrial democracy and collective bargaining: a
comparative view, (1982) 7 Labour and Society 209

J. Crispo, Industrial Democracy in Western Europe:  A North
American Perspective, 1978, chs 7 and 8

Report of Committee of Inquiry on Industrial Democracy (Bullock
Committee), Cmnd. 6706, 1977

C. Summers, Worker participation in the United States and West
Germany, (1980) 28 Am J Comp L 367

C. Dufour and U. Rehfeldt, Existe-t-il un modele Europeen de
representation des salaries dans l'entreprise? (1991) Travail et
emploi (pt. 1)

O. Kahn-Freund, Industrial democracy, (1977) 6 Industrial L J 65

A. Gladstone and M. Ozaki, Trade union recognition for collective
bargaining purposes, (1975) 112 Int'l Lab Rev

B. Townley, Union recognition: the pros and cons of a legal
procedure, (1987) 25 Br J Ind Rel 177

K.D. Ewing, Trade union recognition: a framework for discussion,
(1990) 19 Ind LJ 209

H. Hartmann, Works councils and the iron law of oligarchy, (1979)
17 Br J Ind Rel 70

O. Jacobi, Universal workers' participation via works councils:
the West German experience, Proceedings of Industrial Relations
Research Ass'n 43rd Ann. Meeting, 1991

L. Zakson, Worker participation, industrial democracy and
managerial perogative in the FRG, Sweden and the US, (1984) 8
Hastings Int'l and Comp LR 93

L. Haiven, Past practice and custom and practice: "adjustment"
and industrial conflict in North America and the United Kingdom,
(1991) 12 Comp LLJ 300

G. Leminsky, Worker participation: the German experience, in
Martin and Kassalow, p. 139

B. Brooks, Australia, in Bulletin 23, p. 35

J. Rojot, France, in Bulletin 23, p. 77

M. Weiss, Germany, in Bulletin 23, p. 107

T. Hanami, Japan, in Bulletin 23, p. 151

C. A. Holle, Workers' participation and EC legislation,
Bulletin 23, p. 19

Comment, The European Community's draft Fifth Directive: British
resistance and Community procedures" (1989) 10 Comp LLJ 429

M. Rood, Workers' participation: new initiatives at European
level, (1992) 8 Int'l J Comp LL 319

J. Schregle, Collective bargaining and workers' participation:
the position of the ILO, (1993) 14 Comp LLJ 43111.  STRIKES

B. Aaron, Methods of industrial action, in Aaron and Wedderburn,
1972, ch 2

Lord Wedderburn, Legislative and judicial restrictions on trade
union action and the right to strike, 1989  (mimeo)

Lord Wedderburn, Laws about strikes, in McCarthy, p. 147

A. Ross and P. Hartman, Changing Patterns of Industrial Conflict,
1960 (DL)

P. Malles, Canadian Industrial Conflict in International
Perspective, 1977

M. Shalev, Industrial relations theory and the comparative study
of industrial relations and industrial conflict, (1980) 18 Br J
Ind Rel 26

O. Clarke, Industrial conflict: perspectives and trends, in
Blanpain 1990, v. 2, p. 179

Clegg, ch 6

Davies and Freedland, pp 291-367

J. Loewenburg, W. Gershenfeld et al (eds), Compulsory
Arbitration: An International Comparison, 1976, chs 2, 6, and 7

Bamber and Lansbury, pp. 258-63 (Appendix: comparative
international data -- industrial disputes)

K.D. Ewing, The right to strike in Australia, (1989) 2 Austr J LL
18

X. Blanc-Jouvan, The effect of industrial action on the status of
the individual employee, in Aaron and Wedderburn, 1972, ch 4 at
pp. 204-09 (The right to dismiss or refuse reinstatement)

K. Ewing, Rights and immunities in British Labour Law (1989)
10 Comp LLJ 1

K. Ewing, The Right to Strike, 1990

R. Ben-Israel, International Labour Standards: The Case of
Freedom to Strike, 1987  (LL)

Regulation of Strikes and Lockouts in Europe, EIRR Review Report
no. 2, 1989 (MB)12.  LABOUR COURTS

Lord Wedderburn, The Social Charter in Britain -- labour law and
labour courts, (1991) 54 Modern L Rev (no. 1) 1

B. Hepple, Labour courts: some comparative perspectives, (1988)
41 Current Legal Problems 169

B. Aaron, Labour courts and grievance settlement in Western
Europe, 1971, ch 2 (T. Ramm, West Germany) and ch 3 (F. Schmidt,
Sweden)  (LL)

B. Aaron, The NLRB, labour courts and industrial tribunals:  a
selective comparison, (1985) 39 Ind & L R Rev 35

B. Aaron, Settlement of disputes over rights, in Blanpain, 1990,
v. 1, p. 241

B. Aaron, Labour Courts and Organs of Arbitration, Int'l
Encyclopedia of Comp Law, v. 15 (Labour Law), ch. 16, 1985 (LL)

E. Blankenburg and R. Rogowski, German labour courts and the
British industrial tribunal system: a socio-legal comparison of
degrees of judicialisation, (1986) 13 J Law & Society 67

The role of neutrals in the resolution of shop floor disputes: a
twelve-nation study by the National Academy of Arbitrators'
overseas correspondents, (1987) 9 Comp Lab LJ 1

Justice, Industrial Tribunals (B. Hepple, Chair), London, 1987 
(LL)

W. McPherson and F. Meyers, The French Labour Courts: Judgment by
Peers, 1966

Lord Wedderburn, Labour law: from here to autonomy? (1987) 16
Industrial LJ 1

D. Howarth, The autonomy of labour law: a response to Professor
Wedderburn, (1988) 17 Industrial LJ (no. 1) 11

M. Vranken, Specialisation and labour courts: a comparative
analysis (1988) 9 Comp LLJ 497

International Institute of Labour Studies, Labour Courts in
Europe, 1986  (LL)

W. Blenk (ed.), European Labour Courts: Current Issues, ILO
Labour-Management Relations Series no. 70, 1989 (LL; DOCS)13.  JOB SECURITY: PROTECTION AGAINST DISMISSAL AND REDUNDANCY

ILO Convention 158 & Recommendation 166, 1982 (Termination of
employment at the initiative of the employer) 

B. Hepple, Flexibility and security of employment, in Blanpain
1990, v. 1, p. 167

Termination of Contract in Europe, EIRR Review Report no. 1, 1989
(MB)

C. Summers, Collective power and rights in the collective
agreement:  a comparison of Swedish & American law, (1963) 72
Yale LJ 421

A. Adlercreutz, The rise and development of the collective
agreement, (1958) 2 Scand. Studies in Law 9

     (a) DISMISSAL

Wheeler and Rojot, Introduction (p. 1), General Comments (p. 363)

B. Brooks, Australia, in Wheeler and Rojot, p. 28

J. Rojot, France, in Wheeler and Rojot, p. 136

W.K. Blenk and H.P. Viethen, Germany, in Wheeler and Rojot,
p. 165

K. Mackie, The United Kingdom, in Wheeler and Rojot, p. 300

B.L. Adell and R.J. Adams, Theft as cause for employment
discipline: some comparative observations, (1993) 9 Int'l J Comp
LL 93

S. Evans. J. Goodman and L. Hargreaves, Unfair dismissal law and 
changes in the role of trade unions and employers' associations, 
(1985) 14 Ind LJ 91

S. Freedman and S. Lee, Natural justice for employees:  the
unacceptable faith of proceduralism, (1986) 15 Ind L J 15

B. Napier, J.C. Javillier and P. Verge, Comparative Dismissal
Law, 1982, pts 1, 2 and 5

M. Weiss, Individual employment right: focusing on job security
in the Federal Republic of Germany, (1988) 67 Nebraska L Rev 82

W. Blenk and H.P. Viethen, Industrial justice in the Federal
Republic of Germany, 1990 (mimeo)

J. Stieber, Protection against unfair dismissal: a comparative
view, (1980) 3 Comp Lab Law 229

B. Mordsley and S. Wall, The dismissal of employees under the
unfair dismissal law in the United Kingdom and labor arbitration
proceedings in the United States:  the parameters of
reasonableness and just cause, (1983) 16 Cornell Int'l L J 1

B. Hepple, The rise and fall of unfair dismissal, in McCarthy,
p. 79

K. Ewing, Grievance arbitration in the United Kingdom, (1991) 2
Lab Arb Ybk 79

L. Haiven, Workplace discipline in international comparative
perspective, 1991  (mimeo)

K. Paull, Employment termination reform: what should a statute
require before termination -- lessons from the French, British
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H. L. Sherman, Reinstatement as a remedy for unfair dismissal in
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