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European Journal of Industrial Relations

European Journal of Industrial Relations


eISSN: 14617129 | ISSN: 09596801 | Current volume: 30 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

The European Journal of Industrial Relations is the principal English-language forum for the analysis of key developments in European industrial relations and their theoretical and practical implications. 

It embraces a broad definition of industrial relations and includes articles which relate to any aspect of work and employment. It publishes rigorous and innovative work on and from all European countries. All social science disciplines are relevant to its remit, and interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. A major objective is to foster cross national comparative analysis; for this reason, single country monographs are unlikely to be accepted unless framed by a strong comparative perspective. Work which relates European developments to broader global experience is welcome.

While contributors to the Journal are expected to demonstrate theoretical or empirical originality - and preferably both - they should also make their work accessible to those practically engaged in industrial relations, and where possible show the practical significance of their analysis. As a means of strengthening the integration of theory and practice, the Journal welcomes reflective contributions from practitioners. It also recognizes that industrial relations is a subject for contention and controversy, and aims to provide an arena for that debate.

"An extremely valuable source of ideas and analysis for practitioners and scholars alike" Professor Tiziano Treu

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The European Journal of Industrial Relations is the principal English-language, peer-reviewed forum for the analysis of developments in European industrial relations and their theoretical and practical implications. It is particularly oriented to cross-national comparative research.

It embraces a broad definition of industrial relations and encourages contributions which relate to any aspect of work and employment. It publishes rigorous and innovative work on and from all European countries, from the Atlantic to the Urals. All social science disciplines are relevant to its remit, and interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. A major objective is to foster cross-national comparative analysis; for this reason, single-country monographs are unlikely to be accepted unless framed by a strong comparative perspective. Work which relates European developments to broader global experience is welcome.

While contributors to the Journal are expected to demonstrate theoretical or empirical originality – and preferably both – they should also make their work accessible to those practically engaged in industrial relations, and where possible show the practical significance of their analysis. As a means of strengthening the integration of theory and practice, the Journal welcomes reflective contributions from practitioners. It also recognizes that industrial relations is a subject of contention and controversy, and aims to provide an arena for that debate.

Editor
Guglielmo Meardi Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence, Italy
Founding Editor
Richard Hyman London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Associate Editor
Bernd Brandl Durham University, UK
Rebecca Gumbrell McCormick Birkbeck College, UK
International Advisory Panel
Chiara Benassi University of Bologna, Italy
Magdalena Bernaciak American University, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
Sophie Beroud Universite Lumiere, France
Dorothee Bohle European University Institute, Italy
Gian Primo Cella University of Milan, Italy
Heather Connolly Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Colin Crouch University of Warwick, UK
Dimitrina Dimitrova ILO, Geneva, Switzerland
Jon Erik Dølvik FAFO Institute of Labour and Social Research, Oslo, Norway
Heiner Dribbusch Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Germany
Christian Dufour CRIMT, Montreal
Roland Erne University College Dublin, Ireland
Gösta Esping-Andersen Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
Manuela Galetto Industrial Relations Research Unit, University of Warwick, UK
Janine Goetschy Universite de Paris X, France
Anke Hassel Professor of Public Policy Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, Germany
Gregory Jackson Free University of Berlin, Germany
Berndt Keller University of Konstanz, Germany
Maarten Keune Professor, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced labour Studies (AIAS)/Law Department, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Anders Kjellberg Lund University, Sweden
Alex Lehr Radboud University, The Netherlands
Evelyne Leonard UCLouvain, Belgium
Mikkel Mailand FAOS, Københavns Universitet, Denmark
Paul Marginson Industrial Relations Research Unit, University of Warick, UK
Miguel Martinez Lucio Manchester University, UK
Oscar Molina Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Adam Mrozowicki Institute of Sociology, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Ulrich Mückenberger Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Politik, Hamburg, Germany
Maria da Paz Campos Lima Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Susanne Pernicka Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria
Thomas Prosser Cardiff University, UK
Valeria Pulignano KU Leuven, Belgium
Ida Regalia Universita di Milano, Italy
Marino Regini University of Milan, Italy
Paulina de los Reyes Stockholms Universitet, Sweden
Guy Standing School of Oriental and African Studies, UK
Wolfgang Streeck Max-Planck-Institute, Germany
Guy Vernon University of Southampton, UK
Jelle Visser University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Christian Welz European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin, Ireland
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