Vol 17, No 1 (2016)

Labor Organizing and the Law

Table of Contents

Table of Contents PDF
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Board PDF
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Preface PDF
Yael Braudo, TIL Editorial Board
Introduction: Labor Scholarship in an Era of Uncertainty PDF
Benjamin I. Sachs
Reframing the New Deal: The Past and Future of American Labor and the Law PDF
Jefferson Cowie
The Right Not to Have Rights: Posted Worker Acquiescence and the European Union Labor Rights Framework PDF
Nathan Lillie
Organizing: Should the Employer Have a Say? PDF
Pnina Alon-Shenker, Guy Davidov
Workplace Democracy and Democratic Worker Organizations: Notes on Worker Centers PDF
Catherine L. Fisk
Organizing Workers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico: The Authoritarian-Corporatist Legacy and Old Institutional Designs in a New Context PDF
Graciela Bensusán
Organizing Workers in “Hybrid Systems”: Comparing Trade Union Strategies in Four Countries — Austria, Germany, Israel and the Netherlands PDF
Guy Mundlak
Trade Union Ambivalence Toward Enforcement of Employment Standards as an Organizing Strategy PDF
Ingrid Landau, John Howe
Unionizing Subcontracted Labor PDF
Hila Shamir
The Untamed Politics of Urban Informality: “Gray Space” and Struggles for Recognition in an African City PDF
Ilda Lindell, Christine Ampaire
Informal Workers’ Aggregation and Law PDF
Supriya Routh
Active Industrial Citizenship of Domestic Workers: Lessons Learned from Unionizing Attempts in Israel and the United Kingdom PDF
Einat Albin, Virginia Mantouvalou
Organizing in the Shadows: Domestic Workers in the Netherlands PDF
Margriet Kraamwinkel