The Global Scholarship Collection provides access to materials written by scholars from around the world that are relevant to the world of work. While these works are not created by members of the ILR School community, they are keenly relevant to that community's scholarly interest.

Criteria for inclusion in the Global Scholarship Collection are as follows:

  • The article must be relevant to the ILR School's scholarly community.
  • The author cannot be affiliated with an institution that has their own digital repository.
  • The article in question must have completed peer review.
  • The author must provide us with a version that can be posted without violating copyright laws or publisher policies, and must provide written confirmation of this.

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Articles & Chapters from 2015

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Corporate Hypocrisy: Violations of Trade Union Rights by European Multinational Companies in the United States, Lance A. Compa

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Industrial Actions in Germany - Realistic in an International Context?, Wolfgang Däubler

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The Eclipse of the Rule of Law: Trade Union Rights and the EU, Keith D. Ewing and John Hendy QC

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TTIP: Time for a New Approach to Labor Rights and Standards, Owen Herrnstadt

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Typology and Efficacy of Framework Agreements Negotiated Between the European Commission and the Professional and Union Organizations Representing its Staff, Jesus Martínez Girón

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La Aplicación de los Acuerdos Laborales Internacionales: El Paradigma del Acuerdo de Bangladesh 2013, Antonio Ojeda-Avilés

Submissions from 2014

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Las Funciones del Sindicato en un Mundo Globalizado, Antonio Ojeda-Avilés