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The leading British industrial relations journal and the third most highly ISA ranked industrial relations journal worldwide.

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BJIR Annual Lecture 2015: Financialisation unchecked: Mature capitalism and labour after the crisis of 2007-9 with Professor Costas Lapavitsas|

Financialisation has continued apace after the crisis of 2007-9. Has the lack of structural change exacerbated economic tensions and strengthened the position of capital?

Costas Lapavitsas is Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has done research in the political economy of money and finance, the Japanese economy, the history of economic thought, economic history, and the contemporary world economy.  Professor Lapavitsas has published widely in the academic field, and also writes frequently for the international and Greek press.

Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics and Political Science, 6.30pm-8pm, 14 January 2015.

Entry is available on a first come first serve basis, and further details are available from the LSE events page.|

The 50th Anniversary Virtual Issue is now available on-line:

IR and BJIR at their Best- Selected Papers from the First 50 Years.|  

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BJIR Annual Lecture 2014 with Professor Charles Heckscher (Rutgers)|

Professor Charles Heckscher's Lecture title was: Transient solidarities: commitment and collective action in post-industrial societies.

He argued that solidarity has not died, despite laments about the loss of community and the widespread decline of mass actions; it can be mobilized in new ways through developing networks of plural, transient relations. The lecture took place on January 16, 2014, at 6:30 p.m., in the Hong Kong Theatre (Ground floor, Clement House, LSE, 99 Aldwych, WC2B 4JF) at the London School of Economics.

Professor Heckscher is the director of the Center for Workplace Transformation at Rutgers University. He is currently leading two research projects: one on the development of stakeholder systems, and a second project on the effects of teamwork in the acute hospital care. His research focuses on organization change and its consequences for employees and unions, and on the possibilities for more collaborative and democratic forms of work.

Watch the Lecture|, Audio|, Slides|, Slides+Video|

 
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BJIR Annual Lecture 2013 with Professor Ruth Milkman (CUNY)|

Professor Ruth Milkman of the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center (Sociology) gave the BJIR Annual Lecture on 21st  January 2013. The lecture was chaired by Professor Craig Calhoun, Director of the LSE.

The title of the lecture was 'U.S. Labour in the New Gilded Age’. Against the background of the relentless decline of union density and power, and the growth of inequality and precarious forms of work, Professor Milkman explored the recent proliferation of new forms of labour organization, with illustrations from the United States, and the challenges these forms of organization are facing.

Please note Prof Milkman Lecture will be published as an article at the BJIR.

You can download Prof Milkman's Presentation here|.

 

10th European Conference of the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA)|

Imagining new employment relations and new solidarities

20-22 June 2013

Amsterdam

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BJIR Annual Lecture 2011 with Professor Nancy Folbre|

Professor Nancy Folbre gave the 2011 Annual Lecture on the 29th of November 2011. Her lecture was titled: 'For Love and Money: The Distinctive Features of Care Work.'

The event took place at LSE, in the Sheikh Zayed Threatre, from 6:30 to 8:00pm, followed by a drinks reception.

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