Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, Volume 35 2014
Edited by Dave Lyddon, Paul Smith, Roger Seifert, and Carole Thornley
Carole Thornley, Keele University.
Dave Lyddon, Keele University
Paul Smith, Keele University.
Roger Seifert, University of Wolverhampton.
Sian Moore, 'Gender, the Labour Process and Women’s Mobilization in the Industrialization of the Bradford Worsted Industry'. Paul Smith, 'Unions “naked and unprotected at the altar of the common law”. Inducement of breach of contract of employment: South Wales Miners’ Federation and Others v Glamorgan Coal Co. and Others '. Appendix. Documents: Sir Charles Dilke and Charles Percy Sanger on the Trade Disputes Bills of 1903. Jim Phillips, ‘Containing, Isolating, and Defeating the Miners: The UK Cabinet Ministerial Group on Coal and the Three Phases of the 1984–1985 Strike.’ Peter Dorey, ‘The Stepping Stones Programme: The Conservative Party’s Struggle to Develop a Trade-Union Policy, 1975–1979.’ Peter Ackers, ‘The Donovan Commission (1965–1968) and the Clegg Version: An Inside View. William Brown and Jon Trevor: D. F. Schloss, Methods of Industrial Remuneration (1892). Michael Gold, ‘Missed Opportunities and Fudged Outcomes’: A Review of Consultation at Work: Regulation and Practice’. Ben Jackson, ‘Neoliberalism in Our Time: A Review Essay’. Dave Lyddon, ‘Health and Safely at Work: A Review Essay’. Book Reviews
Size: 245 x 174 mm
Publication: September 30, 2014