International & Comparative Employment Relations: Global Crises & Institutional Responses, 7th edn, International Book Launch

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Special session, 19th ILERA World Congress, held online, for the international book launch of ‘International and Comparative Employment Relations. Global Crises and Institutional Responses’ (SAGE, 2021) 7th edition, editors: Greg J. Bamber, Fang Lee Cooke, Virginia Doellgast, Chris F. Wright.*
Session Chairs
Greg J. Bamber, Monash University and Chris F. Wright, Sydney University
Presenters in order of appearance
Elodie Béthoux, Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay; 
Fang Lee Cooke, Monash University; 
Stewart Johnstone, Strathclyde University; 
Harry Katz, ILR School, Cornell University; 
Katsuyuki Kubo, Waseda University
Book Launcher and Discussant
Mia Rönnmar, President of ILERA, Faculty of Law, Lund University

Other participants in order of appearance
Johann Maree, Marion Baird, Tony Dobbins, Berndt Keller, Bradon Ellem, Marilyn Pittard
* For a flyer that includes a discount code if you wish to buy the book, see the link below.
If you consider recommending or reviewing it, SAGE Publishing may provide a free copy; you can also order it from the link:
You might also forward it as a recommendation to your library and/or networks. Thanks! Proceeds from this book contribute to charities that foster health-related research and hunger-relief.

The Session has scope to exemplify only some of the book's full contents which are: 
Guy Ryder, Foreword; The editors, Introduction: Internationally Comparative Approaches to Employment Relations, & Conclusions: Globalisation, Crises & Institutional Responses; 
Stewart Johnstone & Tony Dobbins, UK; 
Harry C. Katz & Alexander J.S. Colvin, USA; 
Scott Walsworth, Sean O’Brady & Daphne G. Taras, Canada; 
Chris F. Wright & Sarah Kaine, Australia; 
Lisa Dorigatti & Roberto Pedersini, Italy; 
Élodie Béthoux & Patrice Laroche, France; 
Berndt K. Keller & Anja Kirsch, Germany; 
Søren Kaj Andersen, Nana Wesley Hansen, Jørgen Steen Madsen & Jesper Due, Denmark; 
Katsuyuki Kubo & Kazuya Ogura. Japan; 
Byoung-Hoon Lee, South Korea; 
Fang Lee Cooke, China; 
Ernesto Noronha & Premilla D’Cruz, India; 
Johann Maree, Gilton Klerck & Asanda-Jonas Benya, South Africa.
Event typeConference
Conference number19
LocationLund, Sweden
Degree of RecognitionInternational


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