Mark Thompson

The Temporary Foreign Worker Program in Canada:  Low-Skilled Workers As an Extreme Form of Flexible Labor
Judy Fudge and Fiona MacPhail

Migrant Workers in Germany
Christoph Gyo

Migrant Labor in New Zealand
Paul Roth

Migrant Workers and the United Kingdom Labor Market:  Some Trends and Implications of Twenty-First Century International Labor Migration Flows
Alan C. Neal

U.S. Migrant Worker Law:  The Interstices of Immigration Law and Labor and Employment Law
Kati L. Griffith

Baby Steps?  Toward the Regulation of Temporary Help Agency Employment in Canada
Timothy J. Bartkiw


The SAGE Handbook of Industrial Relations, edited by Paul Blyton, Edmund Heery, Nicholas Bacon, and Jack Fiorita
reviewed by Stephen Bach

Taxing the Working Poor:  The Political Origins and Economic Consequences of Taxing Low Wages, by Achim Kemmerling
reviewed by Jonathan Barry Forman

Bringing the Jobless into Work?  Experiences with Activation Schemes in Europe and the United States, edited by Werner Eichhorst, Otto Kaufmann, and Regina Konle-Seidi
Reviewed by Paul Gregg

European Unions:  Labor's Quest for a Transnational Democracy, by Roland Erne
reviewed by Kerstin Hamann

Flexibility and Employment Security in Europe:  Labour Markets in Transition, edited by Ruud J.A. Muffels
reviewed by Lena Hipp



The Spanish Law on Dependent Self-Employed Workers:  A New Evolution in Labor Law
Esther Sánchez Torres

German Law on Dependent Self-Employed Workers:  A Comparison to the Current Situation Under Spanish Law
Stefanie Sorge

A Canadian Perspective on the Scope of Employment Standards, Labor Rights, and Social Protection: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Judy Fudge

International Association of Labor Law Journal's 2009 Call for Papers Winning Article
The Need to Go Beyond the Contract: "Economic" and "Bureaucratic" Dependence in Personal Work Relations
Orsola Razzolini



Choice of Law and the Enforcement of Post-Employment Restraints in Australia
Andrew Stewart and Janey Greene


Choice of Law Provisions in Contractual Covenants Not to Compete: The German Approach
Thilo Mahnhold


Transnational Dimension of Japanese Labor and Employment Laws: New Choice of Law Rules and Determination of Geographical Reach
Ryuichi Yamakawa

United Kingdom

The English Approach to Jurisdiction and Choice of Law in Employment Covenants Not to Compete
Paul Goulding, Q.C. and Mark Vinall, Q.C.

United States

Choice of Law and Employee Restrictive Covenants: An American Perspective
Gillian Lester and Elizabeth Ryan


Child Labour in a Globalized World: A Legal Analysis of ILO Action, edited by Giuseppe Nesi, Luca Nogler, and Marco Pertile
reviewed by Cing-Kae Chiao

Global Unions: Challenging Transnational Capital through Cross-Border Campaigns, edited by Kate Bronfenbrenner
reviewed by Marco Hauptmeier

Economists and Societies: Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain, & France, 1890s to 1990s, by Marion Fourcade
reviewed by Bruce E. Kaufman 




Introduction to "Objectionable Work"

Conscientious Objection in Japan
Tadashi Hanami

Objectionable Work in Germany
Rolf Wank

Objectionable Work in Israel
Amir Paz-Fuchs

Conscientious Objections in the Workplace:  Some Reflections Based on Spanish Jurisprudence
Esther Sanchez

An Employee's Right Not to Obey Orders in the United States
Matthew W. Finkin

Conscientious Objection to Assigned Work Tasks:  A Comment on Relations of Law and Culture
Roger Cotterrell

Imagining Post "Geneva Consensus" Labor Law for Post "Washington Consensus" Development
Brian Langille

Putting the Record Straight About International Labor Standard Setting
Anna Trebilcock

Are Common Perceptions on Termination Cases in Mexico Supported by Empirical Data?
Jorge Luis Silva Mendez

Promoting Fundamental Labor Rights Through International Framework Agreements:  Practical Outcomes and Present Challenges
Renee-Claude Drouin


Human Rights in Labor and Employment Relations:  International and Domestic Perspectives, edited by James A. Gross and Lance Compa
reviewed by James Atleson

Restructuring in the New EU Member States:  Social Dialogue, Firms Relocation and Social Treatment of Restructuring, edited by Maria-Agne Moreau and Maria Esther Blas Lopez
reviewed by Stephen Crowley

Community Unionism:  A Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, edited by Jo McBride and Ian Greenwood
reviewed by Janice Fine

The International Labour Organization and the Quest for Social Justice, 1919-2009, by Gerry Rodgers, Eddy Lee, Lee Swepston and Jasmien Van Daele
reviewed by James Gross

Can Germany By Saved?  The Malaise of the World's First Welfare State, by Hans-Wener Sinn
reviewed by Margitta Matzke

Forced Labor:  Coercion and Exploitation in the Private Economy, edited by Beate Andrees and Patrick Belser
reviewed by Jayesh M. Rathod

Margaret Otlowski, Mark Stranger, Sandra Taylow, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, and Susan Treloar
Pauline T. Kim
Thomas Bredgaard and Flemming Larsen
Tadeshi Inagami
Emanuele Menegatti