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WORKING ONLINE, LIVING OFFLINEWORKING ONLINE, LIVING OFFLINE
Labour in the Internet Age

Editor: Ursula Huws, Professor of Labour and Globalisation, University of Hertfordshire

Volume 7 , Number 1, (Autumn 2013) of the international interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal:
Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
BRIDGES AND BARRIERSBRIDGES AND BARRIERS
Globalisation and the Mobility of Work and Workers

Editor: Ursula Huws, Professor of Labour and Globalisation, University of Hertfordshire

Volume 6 , Number 2, (Autumn 2012) of the international interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal:
Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
THE REPRODUCTION OF DIFFERENCETHE REPRODUCTION OF DIFFERENCE
Gender and the New Global Division of Labour
Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
Volume 6, No. 1, Spring 2012

Published March 2012
PASSING THE BUCKPASSING THE BUCK
Corporate Restructuring and the Casualisation of Employment
Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
Volume 5, Number 1, 2011


Published September 2011 by Merlin Press in association with Analytica Publications
GETTING THE MESSAGEGETTING THE MESSAGE
Communications workers and global value chains
Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
Volume 4 No 2. 2010
BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACEBETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE
The shaping of employment models in a global economy
Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
Volume 4, Number 1, 2010
WORKING AT THE INTERFACEWORKING AT THE INTERFACE
Call centre labour in a global economy
Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation
Volume 3 Number 1
Autumn 2009


THE NEW GOLD RUSHTHE NEW GOLD RUSH
The new multinationals and the commodification of public sector work
Vollume 2 Number 2

The third volume of a new journal, Work Organization, Labour and Globalisation, edited by Ursula Huws, Professor of International Labour Studies, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University
BREAK OR WELD?BREAK OR WELD?
Trade union responses to global value chain restructuring
Volume 2 Number 1

The third volume of a new journal, Work Organization, Labout and Globalisation, edited by Ursula Huws, Professor of International Labour Studies, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University

This journal will:

** Provide a single home for articles which specifically address issues relating to the changing international division of labour and the restructuring of work in a global knowledge-based economy.
** Bring together global empirical research, both qualitative and quantitative, with theoretical analyses to inform the development of new interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the restructuring of work, organisation and labour.
** Be global in scope, attracting contributions from North and South and encouraging dialogue between researchers and practitioners.
DEFRAGMENTINGDEFRAGMENTING
Towards a critical understanding of the new global division of labour
Volume 1 Number 2
The second volume of a new journal, Work Organization, Labout and Globalisation, edited by Ursula Huws, Professor of International Labour Studies, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University

This journal will:

** Provide a single home for articles which specifically address issues relating to the changing international division of labour and the restructuring of work in a global knowledge-based economy.
** Bring together global empirical research, both qualitative and quantitative, with theoretical analyses to inform the development of new interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the restructuring of work, organisation and labour.
** Be global in scope, attracting contributions from North and South and encouraging dialogue between researchers and practitioners.
THE SPARK IN THE ENGINETHE SPARK IN THE ENGINE
Creative workers in a global economy
Volume 1 Number 1
The first volume of a new journal, Work Organization, Labout and Globalisation, edited by Ursula Huws, Professor of International Labour Studies, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University

This new journal will:

** Provide a single home for articles which specifically address issues relating to the changing international division of labour and the restructuring of work in a global knowledge-based economy.
** Bring together global empirical research, both qualitative and quantitative, with theoretical analyses to inform the development of new interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the restructuring of work, organisation and labour.
** Be global in scope, attracting contributions from North and South and encouraging dialogue between researchers and practitioners.

ISSN. 1745-641X
Published November 1st 2006
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