Issue 1 

 Automation, Artificial Intelligence & Labor Law

 Guest Editor: Valerio De Stefano 

Valerio De Stefano 

“Negotiating the Algorithm”: Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Labor Protection
Valerio De Stefano 

The Mirror for (Artificial) Intelligence: In Whose Reflection?
Phoebe V. Moore 

Protecting Workers in the Digital Age: Technology, Outsourcing, and the Growing Precariousness of Work
Janine Berg 

Artificial Intelligence is Watching You at Work: Digital Surveillance, Employee Monitoring, and Regulatory Issues in the EU Context
Antonio Aloisi & Elena Gramano 

What if Your Boss was an Algorithm? Economic Incentives, Legal Challenges, and the Rise of Artificial Intelligence at Work
Jeremias Adams-Prassl 

Privacy 4.0 at Work: Regulating Employment, Technology, and Automation
Frank Hendrickx 

A Seat at the Table: Negotiating Data Processing in the Workplace
Ilaria Armaroli & Emanuele Dagnino 

Job Automation in the 1960s: A Discourse Ahead of its Time (And for Our Time)
Miriam A. Cherry 

Technology and Jobs: The Agony and the Ecstasy
Matthew W. Finkin 

Automation, Employment, and Reshoring: Case Studies of the Apparel and Electronics Industries
David Kucera & Fernanda Bárcia de Mattos

Digital Platforms, Data, and Development: Implications for Workers in Developing Economies
Uma Rani & Parminder Jeet Singh 



Principled Labor Law: U.S. Labor Law Through a Latin American Method
reviewed by Guy Davidov 

Everyday Transgressions: Domestic Workers’ Transnational Challenge to International Labor Law
reviewed by Judy Fudge 

Solidarity and Conflict: European Social Law in Crisis
reviewed by Jonas Malmberg 

reviewed by Manfred Weiss 


Issue 2  

 Papers in Honor of Jacques Rojot

A European & Comparative Legal Approach on Digital Workers

  Guest Editor: Isabelle Daugareilh

Isabelle Daugareilh

Locating Unity in the Fragmented Platform Economy: Labor Law and the Platform Economy in the United Kingdom
Luke Mason

The Status of Platform Workers in the Swiss Legal System
Jean-Philippe Dunand, Sabrine Magoga-Sabatier, Pascal Mahon

Fitting the Panoply in a Binary Perspective: The Italian Platform Workers in the European Context
Silvia Borelli

Platform Work in Austria
Günther Löschnigg

Legal Status of Platform Workers in France
Isabelle Daugareilh

The Status of Platform Workers in Romania
Felicia Roșioru

Platforms & Platform Work in Spanish Industrial Relations
Miguel Rodríguez-Piñero Royo

The Netherlands: Trying to Solve 21st Century Challenges by Using 20th Century Concepts
Nicola Gundt

Which Labor Rights for On-Demand Workers? A Critical Appraisal of the Current Belgian Legal Framework
Auriane Lamine & Céline Wattecamps


Return of the Repressed: Will the Coronavirus Bring a Great Transformation to America?
Sanford M. Jacoby 

Intersecting Age and Gender in Workplace Discrimination Complaints
Pnina Alon-Shenker & Therese MacDermott 



The Class Politics of the Law: Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek
reviewed by Daniel Drache

Transformations of Trade Unionism: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives on
Workers Organizing in Europe and the United States, Eighteenth to Twenty-First
reviewed by Virginia Doellgast

Workers, Collectivism and the Law: Grappling with Democracy
reviewed by Tamara Lee

The European Convention on Human Rights and the Employment Relation; The European Social Charter and the Employment Relation; The Charter of Fundamental Rights of The European Union and the Employment Relation
reviewed by Manfred Weiss


Issue 3

Papers on Job Retraining

Technology and the Reskilling Debate: What’s the Problem and What Should Be Done?
Andrew Weaver 

Japanese Features of Vocational Skills Cultivation in the “Future of Work” and Challenges Regarding Network-Based Business Models
Ken Yamazaki 

The Difficult Cultural Turning Point in Labor Protection and the Key Role of Vocational Training
Maurizio Del Conte 

Training in the Contract of Employment
José Luis Gil y Gil 

New Technologies, Old Problems: Collective Bargaining Agreements and Technology Changes in the Israeli Banking Sector
Lilach Lurie 


The Hidden Gender of Gender-Neutral Paid Parental Leave: Examining Recently-Enacted Laws in the United States and Australia
Deborah A. Widiss

Non-Union Agreement Making in Australia in Comparative and Historical Context
Shae McCrystal & Mark Bray



Global Governance of Labour Rights: Assessing the Effectiveness of Transnational Public and Private Policy Initiative
reviewed by Alan Hyde 

Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law
reviewed by Matthew Dimick 

Everyday Transgressions: Domestic Workers’ Transnational Challenge to International Labor Law
reviewed by Petra Mahy 

Living Wage: Regulatory Solutions to Informal and Precarious Work in Global Supply Chain
reviewed by Stephanie Luce