The editors of the annual research volume Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (AILR), David Lewin, Bruce Kaufman, and Paul Gollan announce a May 15, 2010 deadline for submission of abstracts/proposals for the AILR/LERA “best papers” competition. Winning papers will be presented at the January 2011 LERA meeting in Denver, CO and refereed for publication in AILR. Abstracts/proposals should be no more than three pages in length and winners should be converted to full papers and sent to the Editors by October 1, 2010. Submit abstracts/proposals to Lewin at firstname.lastname@example.org, Kaufman at email@example.com, and Gollan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contents of Volume 17 (2010)
Steven Abraham, Adrienne Eaton, and Paula Voos, Card Check Recognition: Resulting Labor Relations and Investor Reaction.
Rebecca Given, Ariel Avgar, and Mingwei Liu, Having Your Cake and Eating It Too? The Relationship Between HR and Organizational Performance in Healthcare.
Howard Stanger, From a ‘Negotiatory’ to a ‘Belligerent’ Employers’ Association: Organized Master Printers of Columbus, 1887-1987.
Diane Frey, An Institutional Approach to Labor-Related Human Rights Compliance: A Case of Forced Labor in Nicaragua and Honduras.
Chikako Oka, Channels of Buyer Influence and Labor Standard Compliance: The Case of Cambodia’s Garment Sector.
Monica Bielski Boris, Identity at Work: U.S. Labor Union Efforts to Address Sexual Diversity Through Policy and Practice.
G. Steven McMillan and Debra Casey, Paradigm Shifts in Industrial Relations: A Bibliometric and Social Network Approach.
In addition to the “best papers” competition, the editors of AILR welcome paper submissions throughout the year on all aspects of work and employment, including topics related to labor relations, human resource management, trade unions, labor history, and labor economics. Send manuscripts to Lewin at email@example.com.
The editors promise 90 day turnaround on manuscript refereeing.
Submitted by: Paul Gollan