Special Issue on Work and Employment Relations and the New Statism The ILRReview is calling for papers for a special issue devoted to work and employment relations and the new statism. Scholars interested in participating should submit a paper to the journal by December 1, 2013.
The Korean Journal of Industrial Relations (KJIR) is published by the Korean Industrial Relations Association. The KJIR publishes scope of the journal includes all fields of Industrial relations, both theoretical and empirical. The KJIR also publishes manuscripts addressing international and comparative industrial relations. Recent articles published in the KJIR dealt with industrial relations issues in the U.S., the U.K., Brazil, India, Japan, Africa, and China. The journal is published four times a year in March, June, September and December. Articles can be in English or in Korean.
The Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy invites the submission of proposed or completed papers for consideration in SIPP's Public Policy Paper Series publication. The Institute has a mandate to inform the debate on public-policy issues through the distribution of timely research results. In addition to publishing papers from SIPP staff and associates, the Institute makes its distribution channels available to others who are interested in contributing to the improvement of public policy.
The German journal WSI-Mitteilungen is a monthly journal aimed at the academic and business communities, trade unionists, and policymakers (http://www.wsi-mitteilungen.de). The journal is published by the Economic and Social Science Institute of the Hans-Böckler Foundation. Its articles and essarys focus primarily on issues related to work, economy, and policy both in the US and Europe. The journal is published in German with an occasional English printing.
Work and Occupations publishes sociological and social scientific research on work, occupations, employment, and labor themes. Articles promote new theoretical insights and theoretically important research findings conducted with qualitative and quantitative methods.
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