Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Labor History

Latin American ‘free-trade unionism’ and the cold War: an analysis based on educational policies
vol. 58 (3): 327-349
Employee ownership and union labor: the case of United Steel Workers of America
vol. 58 (3): 350-371
Hooks down! Anti-apartheid activism and solidarity among maritime unions in Australia and the United States
vol. 58 (3): 303-326
Showdown at Nissan: the 1989 campaign to organize Nissan in Smyrna, Tennessee, and the rise of the transplant sector
vol. 58 (3): 396-422
Hooks down! Anti-apartheid activism and solidarity among maritime unions in Australia and the United States
vol. 58 (3): 303-326
Showdown at Nissan: the 1989 campaign to organize Nissan in Smyrna, Tennessee, and the rise of the transplant sector
vol. 58 (3): 396-422
A nexus between labour movement and labour movement: the Knights of Labor and the financial side of global labour history
vol. 58 (3): 288-302
A nexus between labour movement and labour movement: the Knights of Labor and the financial side of global labour history
vol. 58 (3): 288-302
Wage labour and capital in Africa: a historical perspective
vol. 58 (2): 133-137
Wage labour and capitalism: a comparative and historical analysis of Eritrea and Kenya
vol. 58 (2): 154-169
Wage labor in historical perspective: a study of the de-proletarianization of the African working class in Zimbabwe, 1960–2010
vol. 58 (2): 215-227
Wage labour and capital in Africa: a historical perspective
vol. 58 (2): 133-137
Wage labour and capitalism: a comparative and historical analysis of Eritrea and Kenya
vol. 58 (2): 154-169
Permanent precarity: capital and labour in the Central African copperbelt
vol. 58 (2): 170-184
Wage labor in historical perspective: a study of the de-proletarianization of the African working class in Zimbabwe, 1960–2010
vol. 58 (2): 215-227
Explaining postwar wage compression
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Competition between unions as a stimulus for initiating reform: the Israeli case, 1958–2015
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Diffusion of labor agreements: evidence from the UK oil industry
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The CPGB, the Connolly Association and Irish communism, 1945–1962
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Mediterranean Historical Review

Farewell to the co-editor of the Mediterranean Historical Review, Benjamin Arbel
vol. 31 (2): 111-113
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