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63 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 1 (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/ialrr63 and id is 1 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 63             NUMBER 1            OCTOBER 2009
ARTICLES
Employment Systems in a Turbulent Environment: The Telecommunications Industry
in Germany, Australia, and the United States

Still a Coordinated Model? Market Liberalization
and the Transformation of Employment
Relations in the German Telecommunications
Industry
Strategic Choices in Pluralist and Unitarist
Employment Relations Regimes: A Study of
Australian Telecommunications
Is Digital Technology Reshaping Employment
Systems in U.S. Telecommunications Network
Services?

Virginia Doeligast
Peter Ross and
Gregj. Bamber
Jefftey H. Keefe

OTHER ARTICLES:

joint Responsibility Unionism: A Multi-Plant
Model of Collective Bargaining under
Employment Security
The Exceptional Decline of the American Labor
Movement
Unions and the Adoption of High Performance
Work Systems: Does Employment Security
Play a Role?
Faculty Salaries in Ontario: Compression,
Inversion, and the Effects of Alternative
Forms of Representation
Single Women's Labor Supply Elasticities:
Trends and Policy Implications

Richard Block and
Peter Berg
John Godard
Wenchuan Liu,
James P Guthrie,
Patrick C. Flood,
and Sarah MacCurtain
Felice Martinello
Kelly Bishop,
Bradley Heim,
and Kata Mihaly

BOOK REVIEWS
Industrial Relations Theory
What Do Unions Do? A Twenty- Year Perspective. Edited by James T. Bennett and Bruce Kaufman.
Reviewed by Alex Colvin.
Labor and Employment Law
Frankfurt School Perspectives on Globalization, Democracy, and the Law. By William E. Scheuerman.
Reviewed by Jerome Braun.

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