Established in 1990
To encourage international research on labor movements
with a focus on their role both in industrial relations
and in the political arena.
Revised February 15, 2012
Bridget KENNY, University of Witwatersand, South Africa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andreas BIELER, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
MROZOWICKI, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Kim VOSS, University of California, USA, email@example.com
Hwa-Jen LIU, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Chris TILLY, University of California, USA
Jenny Wai-ling CHAN, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Chun-Yi LEE, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Regional Representative for Asia
Manjusha NAIR, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Regional Representative for Australia
Iain CAMPBELL, RMIT University, Australia
Regional Representative for Western Europe
Ercüment ÇELIK, University of Freiburg, Germany
Regional Representative for Eastern Europe
Anastasiya RYABCHUK, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", Ukraine
Regional Representative for North America
Aziz CHOUDRY, McGill University, Canada
Regional Representative for Africa
Aurelia SEGATTI, University of The Witwatersrand, South Africa
Regional Representative for Latin America
Ruy BRAGA, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Global Labour Journal
Since Autumn 2014, the Global Labour Journal has become the official journal of RC44, co-hosted by the Global Labour University and supported by the International Center for Development and Decent Work (ICDD) in Kassel and the Penn State Center for Global Workers’ Rights.
It is an open access online journal that follows a standard academic double blind peer review process. It is designed to provide a forum for a wide range of research into labour under the condition of globalization.
The journal has published on a wide range of labour issues from China, India, North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
It has also hosted a vigorous debate and series of articles around labour and globalization featuring leading figures such as Michael Burawoy, Ronaldo Munck and Peter Evans.
GLJ is quickly establishing itself as a major source of scholarship and debate on global labour issues.
- March 2009, Special Issue, Acrobat pdf format file [226 KB]
December 2007, Acrobat pdf
Dues for a 4-year period
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