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VOLUME 42, ISSUE 2


Collective Bargaining for the Self-Employed 

Collective Bargaining by Self-Employed Workers in Australia and the Concept of "Public Benefit"
Shae McCrystal 

Self-Employed Workers and Collective Action: A Necessary Response to Increasing Income Inequality 
Orsola Razzolini 

Collective Bargaining for the Self-Employed
José Luis Gil y Gil 

Collective Bargaining beyond Employment in the United States
Cynthia Estlund & Wilma B. Liebman 

Square Pegs in Round Holes? Collective Bargaining and the Self-Employed
Alan Bogg

Collective Bargaining for the Self-Employed in Japan 
Takashi Araki

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The Classification of Platform Workers in Case Law: A Cross-European Comparative Analysis
Christina Hiessl

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BOOK REVIEWS

Closing the Enforcement Gap: Improving Employment Standard Protections for People in Precarious Jobs 
reviewed by Ian Thomas MacDonald 

L'organisation International du Travail et Le BIT
reviewed by Lance Compa

 

VOLUME 42, ISSUE 1


New Nationalism and Labor Law 

Nationalism, Populism, & Labor Market Reform Today
John L. Campbell

Social Rights, Social Policy, and Labor Law in the Hungarian Populist-Nationalist System
Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky, Balázs Majtényi

Deserving Austrians First: The Impact of the Radical Right on the Austrian Welfare State
Philip Rathgeb, Martin Gruber-Risak 

New Nationalism and Labor Law: An Overview of the Italian Labor and Social Security Policy of the Last Years
Luca Calcaterra 

Quo Vadis Labor Law? Labor Regulatory Trends in Bolsonaro’s Kakistocracy
Roberto Fragale Filho, Jerry Dávila 

Neo-Nationalism in Poland and Its Impact on Labor Law and Social Policy
Piotr Grzebyk 

New Nationalism in Russia: The Policy of a Mighty State in the Field of Labor
Elena Sychenko, Viktor Sidorov 

To Flog a Dead Horse
Kristina Koldinská

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Mapping Menstrual Leave Legislation and Policy Historically and Globally: A Labor Entitlement to Reinforce, Remedy, or Revolutionize Gender Equality at Work?
Marian Baird, Elizabeth Hill, Sydney Colussi

APPENDICES

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BOOK REVIEWS

Posted Work in the European Union: The Political Economy of Free Movement
reviewed by Vladimir Bogoeski 

Regulating the Platform Economy: International Perspectives on New Forms of Work
reviewed by Ilda Durri 

Re-Inventing Labour Law Enforcement: A Socio-Legal Analysis
reviewed by Anthony C. Masi