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Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations (RI/IR) is a bilingual quarterly published since 1945 by the Department of Industrial Relations at Laval University (Québec, Canada). It was the world's first academic journal in industrial relations and is the only journal in the field in Canada.

 
   
 
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Call for papers

The journal will publish a special issue on Varieties of Capitalism and Patterns of Employment Regulation. The guest editors of this special issue are Professors Michael Barry, Anthony M. Gould and Adrian Wilkinson. Manuscripts should be submit by January 30, 2014. See all the details.

 
   
 
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Call for papers

The editorial team at RI/IR is interested in receiving submissions on all aspects of work and employment in either English, French or Spanish. Prospective authors are invited to submit papers roughly 7,000 to 8,000 words in length including abstract and bibliography and to ensure that their papers are ready to be reviewed by their peers. We particularly encourage recent PhD graduates to submit articles based on their doctoral research. Prospective authors must ensure that their submissions are in conformity with RI/IR style guidelines.

 
 
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Books for reviews

RI/IR offers to its readers a book reviews section in which interesting books written by industrial relations specialists are critically examined. Suggestions of books to review are always welcome from our readers as are offers to review current works. If you are interested to contribute to the quality of this section as a reviewer, please look up the books received list and contact our Associate Editor for English Book Reviews Travis Fast or our Associate Editor for French Book Reviews Johanne Dompierre.

 
 
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ARTICLES

Symbols, Self-Interest and Labour Policy Attitudes: Evidence from Saskatchewan
Loleen Berdahl, Stephen White, David McGrane and Michael A. Atkinson


Conditions de travail et maintien en emploi des seniors : enjeux d’un «décloisonnement» des approches et des pratiques Quelques enseignements issus de monographies d’entreprises françaises
Catherine Delgoulet, Serge Volkoff, Laurent Caron, Fabienne Caser, Annie Jolivet et Laurence Théry


Justice organisationnelle, reconnaissance au travail et motivation intrinsèque : résultats d’une étude empirique
Amar Fall


What Accounts for the Union Gap in Voter Turnout? Evidence from the European Union, 2002-2008
Alex Bryson, Rafael Gomez, Tobi as Kretschmer et Paul Willman


Flexible Workplace Practices: Employees Experiences in Small IT Firms
Catherine E. Gordon


La violence physique au travail et la santé : le droit régissant l’indemnisation et la prévention au Québec
Katherine Lippel et Nathalie Lanctôt


Revisiting the Career Anchor Model: A Proposition and an Empirical Investigation of a New Model of Career Value Structure
Thierry Wils, Laura Wils and Michel Tremblay