Sources include British Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of Air Transport Management, Journal of Economic Perspectives, and Transportation Quarterly, among many others.
What does BJIR stand for?
BJIR stands for British Journal of Industrial Relations (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
An Analysis of Variation in Canadian Managerial Perceptions of Reform Programme Effectiveness", British Journal of Industrial Relations 39(1):25-52.
The most emblematic is the special issue of the British Journal of Industrial Relations 30(4) 1992, edited by Howard Gospel and tellingly titled 'The single European market and industrial-relations'.
The first academic journal in the field, Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations (as it eventually came to be called(22)), was launched by Laval University in 1945, followed in 1947 by the Industrial and Labor Relations Review in the US, in 1959 by the Australian The Journal of Industrial Relations, and in 1964 by the British Journal of Industrial Relations.
Pelletier (1990), `The impact of industrial relations legislation on British union density, British Journal of Industrial Relations, vol.
asks Judy Wajcman in the September 1996 British Journal of Industrial Relations.
1971), "The Industrial Relations of Foreign Owned Subsidiaries in the U British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol.
Sources are the Academy of Management Perspectives, Administrative Science Quarterly, British Journal of Industrial Relations, and Journal of Accounting and Finance, among other periodicals.