Part I and II: Reading List
- Baccaro, L., Howell, C. (2011). A Common Neoliberal Trajectory. The Transformation of Industrial Relations in Advanced Capitalism. Politics & Society. 39(4): 521-563.
- Blyton, P. and Turnbull, P. (2004), The Dynamics of Employee Relations. New York: Plagrave McMillan. Chapters 1 and 2
- Bordogna, L., Cella, G.P. (1999). Admission, exclusion, correction: the changing role of the state in industrial relations. Transfer - European Review of labur and Research. 5(1-2): 14-33.
- Colling, T. and Terry, M. (2010). Industrial Relations. Theory and Practice. Chichester: Wiley. Chapter 4.
- Degryse, C. (2017). Shaping the world of work in the digital economy. ETUI: Bruxelles.
- Hassel, A. (2008). The Evolution of a Global Labor Governance Regime. Governance. 21(2): 231-251.
- Hyman, R. (1997). Trade unions and interest representation in the context of globalisation, in Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research. 3(3): 515-533.
- Ibsen, C.L. and Tapia, M. (2017), Trade union revitalisation: Where are we now? Where to next?, Journal of Industrial Relations. 59(2): 170-191.
- Marginson, P. (2016). Governing work and employment relations in an internationalised economy: The institutional challenge. ILR Review. 69(5): 1033-1055.
- Mayer, F., Gereffi, G. (2010). Regulation and Economic Globalization: Prospects and Limits of Private Governance. Business and Politics. 12(3): 1-25.
- Pedersini, R. (2014). European industrial relations between old and new trends. Stato e Mercato. 102: 341-368.
- Pulignano, V. (2017). Articulation within (and across) transnational workplaces and the role of European Works Councils. European Journal of Industrial Relations 23(3): 261-276.
- Riisgaard, L. (2005). International Framework Agreements: A New Model for Securing Workers Rights? Industrial Relations 44(4): 707-737.
- Schnabel, C. (2013). Union membership and density: Some (not so) stylized facts and challenges. European Journal of Industrial Relations. 19(3): 255-272.
- Thelen, K. (2012). Varieties of Capitalism: Trajectories of Liberalization and the New Politics of Social Solidarity. Annual Review of Political Science. 15: 137-159.
- Vaughan-Whitehead, D. (2018). Reducing inequalities in Europe: How industrial relations and labour policies can close the gap. Geneva: ILO. Chapter 1.
- Visser, J. (2016). What happened to collective bargaining during the Great Recession? IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 5, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40173-016-0061-1
Students who would like to have a general reference book may consider the two following texts:
Sisson, K. (2010). Employment relations matters [Electronic version], Warwick, UK: University of Warwick, available from Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1028&…
Bordogna, L., Pedersini, R. (2019). Relazioni industriali. L'esperienza italiana nel contesto internazionale, Bologna: Il Mulino.
Part III: Reading list
Olson M. (1965). The logic of collective action, Cambridge: Harvard Un. Press, ch. 1.
Olson M. (1982). The Rise and Decline of Nations, New Haven: Yale Un. Press, ch. 2.
Calmfors L., Driffill J. (1988). Bargaining structure, corporatism and economic performance. Economic Policy. 14-47.
Hall P., Soskice D. (eds) (2001). Varieties of Capitalism: The Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Introduction, pp. 1-68.
Streeck W. (1999). Competitive Solidarity: Rethinking the 'European Social Model, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Working Papers No. 8.
Bordogna L., Pedersini R. (2015). What Kind of Europeanization? How EMU is Changing National Industrial Relations in Europe. Giornale di diritto del lavoro e di relazioni industriali. XXXVII(2): 183-230.
Bach S., Bordogna L. (2013). Reframing public service employment relations: The impact of economic crisis and the new EU economic governance. European Journal of Industrial Relations. 19(4): 279-294.
Guest D., Conway N. (1999). Peering into the Black Hole: The downside of New Employment Relations in the UK. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 37(3): 367-389.