Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work
ISSN Online: 2325-5676
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year. 4 issues will be print.
Aim & Scope:
Labour and Industry is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research offering a multi-disciplinary perspective on the social, organizational and institutional aspects of work and industrial relations. The aims of the journal are to encourage debate and the exchange of views between researchers, to challenge the conceptual boundaries of work and industrial relations, and to contribute to the generation of new ideas by drawing on insights from diverse disciplines.
The journal encourages submissions from researchers reporting original and innovative research that contributes to the theory, practice and public policy dimensions of work and industrial relations. It encourages researchers to locate their contribution in the local context of a study, within the context of international debates, and in developments in the study of work and industrial relations.
The journal also encourages research teams to submit proposals for themed Symposia on new streams of research that stand to make a significant contribution to research.
Peer Review Policy
All submitted manuscripts are initially reviewed by an editor and then, if considered suitable for the journal, subject to a double blind review by at least two independent referees. Please note that individual subscribers nowreceivea subscription to the journalalong with their AIRAANZ membership. Please visit the AIRAANZ website for more information: http://www.airaanz.org/join-airaanz.html
Subjects Covered & Scope: Agricultural Development; Agriculture; Agriculture & Environmental Sciences; Business, Management and Accounting; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Environment & Agriculture; Routledge Collection
Suzanne Young, La Trobe University
Rosaria Burchielli, La Trobe University
Tim Marjoribanks, La Trobe University
Anthony O’Donnell, La Trobe University
Greg Bamber, Monash University
Eileen Boris, University of California Santa Barbara
Cathy Brigden, RMIT University
Donna Buttigieg, Victoria University
Iain Campbell, RMIT University
Richard Cooney, Monash University
Christina Cregan, University of Melbourne
Daniel G Gallagher, James Madison University
Richard Hyman, London School of Economics
Sanford Jacoby, UCLA
Susan McGrath-Champ, University of Sydney
Barbara Pocock, University of South Australia
Gaby Ramia, University of Sydney
Bill Roche, University College Dublin
Mark Stuart, University of Leeds
Adrian Wilkinson, Griffith University
Jonathan Winterton, Toulouse
Abtracting & Indexing: Labour and Industry is abstracted in: EBSCOhost Current Abstracts, 4/1/2003- GeoRef Political Science Complete, 4/1/2003- SocINDEX, 4/1/2003- SocINDEX with Full Text, 4/1/2003- TOC Premier(Table of Contents), 4/1/2003- Gale Student Resource Center College (w/ Expanded Academic ASAP), 4/1998- Informit APAIS: Australian Public Affairs Information Service (Online), 1993- OCLC CSA Sociological Abstracts(Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Core Ovid GeoRef ProQuest ABI/INFORM Complete, 04/01/2005- ABI/INFORM Global(American Business Information), 04/01/2005- ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry(American Business Information), 04/01/2005- CSA Social Services Abstracts(Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Selective CSA Sociological Abstracts(Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Core CSA Worldwide Political Science Abstracts(Cambridge Scientific Abstracts), Selective GeoRef Professional ABI/INFORM Complete, 04/01/2005- Professional ProQuest Central, 04/01/2005- ProQuest 5000, 04/01/2005- ProQuest 5000 International, 04/01/2005- ProQuest Central, 04/01/2005- ProQuest Research Library, 04/01/2005- ProQuest Social Science Journals, 04/01/2005- ProQuest Sociology, 04/01/2005- Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia Asian-Pacific Economic Literature (Online)