British Journal of Industrial Relations
Br J Ind Relat
Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons.
ISSN (printed): 0007-1080. ISSN (electronic): 1467-8543.
The recent pace of change within the subject of industrial relations has been significant . New forms of management methods of pay determination and government policies have led to a move away from the traditional focus of collective bargaining and trade unions and have broadened the scope of the subject. The British Journal of Industrial Relations has acknowledged these changes. It aims to provide content that reflects the growth and development of the subject so that it can be at the centre of the controversies surrounding employment relations in the 21 st Century. Its three main objectives are to: Continue the process of internationalization and encourage more articles on trans-national matters. Extend the range of disciplines from which contributions are drawn Broaden the issues covered and present overview of topics that are sometimes neglected The British Journal of Industrial Relations is an influential and authorative journal which is essential reading for industrial relations practitioners and academics alike.
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