17 Theoretical Inq. L. [i] (2016)

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Theoretical Inquiries in Law

     Volume  17, Number 1, January 2016

     Labor   Organizing  and the Law

                 Contents

            Preface


Benjamin I. Sachs


Jefferson Cowie


Nathan Lillie



Pnina Alon-Shenker
and Guy Davidov

Catherine L. Fisk



Graciela BensusAn





Guy Mundlak


Introduction: Labor Scholarship in an Era
of Uncertainty

Refraining the New Deal: The Past and
Future of American Labor and the Law

The Right Not to Have Rights: Posted
Worker Acquiescence and the European
Union Labor Rights Framework

Organizing: Should the Employer Have a
Say?

Workplace Democracy and Democratic
Worker Organizations: Notes on Worker
Centers

Organizing Workers in Argentina, Brazil,
Chile and Mexico: The Authoritarian-
Corporatist Legacy and Old Institutional
Designs in a New Context

Organizing Workers in Hybrid Systems:
Comparing Trade Union Strategies in Four
Countries - Austria, Germany, Israel and
the Netherlands


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