ADAPT University Press
E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies
May-June 2014, Volume 3, Issue No. 2
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Malcolm Sargeant and Michele Tiraboschi
Ana Cristina Ribeiro Costa, Moral Harassment under Portuguese Law: One Step Behind?
Daria V. Chernyaeva, Mobbing and Harassment Regulation in Russia: Problems and Prospects
Jo Carby-Hall, The ILO, EU and British Laws and Policies on Violence at Work
Chris Chidi, The Paradigm Shift from Industrial to Employment Relations: Implications for Academics and Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria
Marina Tomassini, The Economic Crisis and the Return of Brazilians from the USA
Adrián Todolí Signes, Labour Codes of Conduct and Labour Policy Codes: An Overview
David Montoya Medina, The Abuse of Fixed-Term Employment Contracts: A Permanent Feature of the Spanish Labour Market
John Martin, Australian Workplace Relations by Julian Teicher, Peter Holland, and Richard Gough. A Review
Francesca Sperotti, Solidarity Transformed: Labor Responses to Globalization and Crisis in Latin America by Mark S. Anner. A Review