Titel: Shaping Global Industrial Relations
Autoren/Herausgeber: K. Papadakis (Hrsg.)
Aus der Reihe: International Labour Organization (ILO) Century Series
Ausgabe: 1st ed. 2011
Format: 21,6 x 14 cm
Gewicht: 0 g
ISABEL DA COSTA Economist and Senior Researcher at the Institutions et Dynamiques Historiques de l'Economie research unit of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, located at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan near Paris, France. She teaches industrial relations at the University of Paris X Nanterre. Her research and publication themes include industrial relations theories, comparative industrial relations and industrial relations developments at the national, European and global levels.
MICHAEL FICHTER Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Labour Relations at the Department of Political Science at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. He is also on the teaching staff of the Global Labour University. He has published widely both on German trade unions and labour relations as well as on labour issues in the process of European expansion. His current research is on the implementation of framework agreements in global production networks.
STEVE DAVIES Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Labour Research at the School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom. He is a former trade union official with a civil service union in the United Kingdom. His recent research has focused on transnational trade union cooperation and union responses to public sector reform.
NIKOLAUS HAMMER Lecturer in Employment Studies at the Centre for Labour Market Studies at the University of Leicester, United Kingdom. He has published articles on industrial relations with regard to IFAs. Current research focuses on work and employment in global value chains.
MARKUS HELFEN Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Management, Chair for Inter-firm Cooperation at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. He holds a doctorate in business administration from Aachen University. His current research focuses on institutional analysis of international industrial relations, human resource management and the relevance of collective action for organization theory.
DOUG MILLER Seconded from the University of Northumbria, UK, to the International Textile, Garments and Leather Workers' Federation between 2000 and 2008, where he headed the global union's research department. He is currently Inditex/ITGLWF Professor in Ethical Fashion in the Design School there. His research interests include global social dialogue in the apparel sector and aspects of wage determination in outsourced apparel supply chains.
UDO REHFELDT Political Scientist and Senior Researcher at the IRES (Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales) in Noisy-le-Grand near Paris, France. He also teaches comparative industrial relations at the University of Paris X Nanterre. His research and publication themes include European works councils, trade unions, employee representation and collective bargaining at the national, European and global levels.
RAYMOND ROBERTSON Professor of Economics at Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Texas at Austin. His dissertation and subsequent research have focused on international development, and labour economics. He spent a year on a Fulbright grant in Mexico City studying the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
PAMELA K. ROBINSON Lecturer in Comparative Industrial Relations at the University of Birmingham, UK, since January 2010. She was a post-doctoral fellow in the School of Social Sciences and a Research Associate at the Centre for Business Relationships Accountability, Sustainability and Society at Cardiff University. Previously, she worked in food retailing and as an international management consultant. She holds a Ph.D. from Cardiff University.
ARIANNA ROSSI Technical Officer with the ILO/IFC Better Work Programme in Geneva, Switzerland. She works on monitoring and evaluation, and impact assessment. Before that, she was a research officer at the University of Manchester for the Capturing the Gains research network on economic and social upgrading in global production networks. She completed her Ph.D. at the Institute of Development Studies at Sussex University.
DIMITRIS STEVIS Professor of International Politics at Colorado State University, USA, where he teaches and does research on Transnational Social Regulation and Governance, with a particular focus on the Environment and Labour. His ongoing research focuses on the implementation of IFAs in the United States, the role of labour unions in greening the economy, and certain implications of the inclusion of labour and environmental standards in trade agreements.
ISABELLE SCHöMANN Labour Lawyer and Senior Researcher at the European Trade Union Institute. She is responsible for coordinating NETLEX, the ETUC network of trade union labour lawyers. Her fields of research cover European social dialogue, European and comparative labour law, corporate governance and competition law in the European Union.
CHRISTIAN WELZ Research Manager at the Industrial Relations and Workplace Developments Unit of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin, Ireland. He has studied law at the Universities of Bonn, Freiburg, Aix-en-Provence and Strasbourg, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nijmegen.
GLYNNE WILLIAMS Lecturer at the Centre for Labour Market Studies, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, where he teaches Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. He is currently researching union organizing in multinational construction companies. His other research interests include trade union responses to outsourcing and public sector restructuring in the United Kingdom.