Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, Volume 37 2016
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.
Caroline Dick - Testing the Fabric: Prescribing Female Dress in Australian Early Living-Wage Cases
Adrian Williamson - The Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Act 1927 Reconsidered
Roger Seifert and Andrew Hambler - Wearing the Turban: The 1967–1969 Sikh Bus Drivers’ Dispute in Wolverhampton
Alan Tuckman and Herman Knudsen - The Success and Failings of UK Work-Ins and Sit-Ins in the 1970s: Briant Colour Printing and Imperial Typewriters
Stephen Mustchin - Conflict, Mobilization, and Deindustrialization: The 1980 Gardner Strike and Occupation
Peter Dorey - Weakening the Trade Unions, One Step at a Time: The Thatcher Governments’ Strategy for the Reform of Trade-Union Law, 1979–1984
Symposium: The Oxford School of Industrial Relations: Fifty Years after the 1965–1968 Donovan Commission
Peter Ackers - Introduction: Who Were the Oxford School and Why Did They Matter?
George Bain - A Canadian’s Reflections on the Oxford School
William Brown - The Oxford School at Donovan
John Edmonds - The Donovan Commission: Were We in the Trade Unions Too Short-Sighted?
Sue Ferns - Changing Gender Roles and Public-Policy Perspectives since Donovan: A Trade-Union View
Tony Topham - A Difficult Childhood: The Formative Years of the Transport and General Workers’ Union
Paul Edwards - Wolfgang Streeck, Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism
Rebecca Zahn - Ruth Dukes, The Labour Constitution: The Enduring Idea of Labour Law
Size: 245 × 174 mm
Publication: September 30, 2016