28.11.2014

Publications

  • Wagner, I.  (2014) “Rule Enactment in a Pan-European Labour Market: Transnational Posted Work in the German Construction Sector,” British Journal of Industrial Relations early view DOI: 10.1111/bjir.12053
  • Lisa Berntsen and Nathan Lillie (2014) “Hyper-mobile migrant workers and Dutch trade union representation strategies at the Eemshaven construction sites,” Economic and Industrial Democracy, DOI: 10.1177/0143831X14537357.
  • Ines Wagner and Nathan Lillie (2014) “European Integration and the Disembedding of Labour Markets: Transnational Labour Relations at the European Central Bank Construction Site,” Journal of Common Market Studies, 52:2
  • Lisa Berntsen (2014) 'Stepping up to strike: A union mobilization case study of Polish temporary agency workers in the Netherlands‘ Transfer, forthcoming
  • Ines Wagner “EU Posted Work and Transnational Action in the German Meat Industry” Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, Special Issue: European Collective Action in Times of Crisis Transfer 2015-2, forthcoming
  • Markku Sippola (2014) Balancing between exit, voice and loyalty: Labour market policy choices in Estonia. In: C. Woolfson & J. Sommers (eds) The Contradictions of Austerity: The Socio-Economic Costs of the Neoliberal Baltic Model. Routledge. ISBN-13: 9780415820035.
  • Chenchen Zhang and Nathan Lillie (2014) “Industrial Citizenship, Cosmopolitanism and European Integration,” European Journal of Social Theory, forthcoming
  • Lisa Berntsen and Nathan Lillie (2014) ‘Breaking the law? Varieties of social dumping in a pan-European labour market’ in ed.Magdalena Bernaciak, Market Expansion and Social Dumping in Europe, forthcoming
  • Nathan Lillie, Ines Wagner, and Lisa Berntsen, (2014) “Posted Migration, Spaces of Exception, and the Politics of Labour Relations in the European Construction Industry,” in Marco Hauptmeier and Matt Vidal, eds.,  The Comparative Political Economy of Work and Employment Relations, Palgrave.
  • Greer, Ian, Zinovijus Ciupijus, and Nathan Lillie (2013) “The European Migrant Workers Union and the barriers to transnational industrial citizenship,” European Journal of Industrial Relations, 19(1), pp. 5–20.
  • Ines Wagner and Nathan Lillie (2013) “Institutionalismus und territoriale (Dis)Integrität in der Vergleichenden Kapitalismusforschung: Arbeitsbeziehungen auf der Baustelle der Europäischen Zentralbank” in Bruff, I., M. Ebenau, C. May & A. Nölke (eds.)  Vergleichende Kapitalismusforschung: Stand, Perspektiven, Kritik Münster, Westfälisches Dampfboot. 
  • Nathan Lillie, Erka Caro, Lisa Berntsen and Ines Wagner (2014) “Migration and Mobility: Employment Relations and the Global Mobile Workforce,” in International Human Resource Management: An Employment Relations Perspective, Miguel Martinez-Lucio, ed., Sage, 220-237.
  • Berntsen, Lisa (2012) “Goedkoop bouwen in de Eemshaven: Buitenlandse arbeidskrachten verdienen minder”, Zeggenschap Juni 2012: pp. 16-17
  • Berntsen, Lisa (2012) “EFBWW workshop ‘The reality of posting’, 15 June 2012, Brussels”, CLR-News 2: pp. 45-53.Nathan Lillie (2012) “Subcontracting, Posted Migrants and Labour Market Segmentation in Finland,” British Journal of Industrial Relations, 40(1), pp. 148-167.
  • Nathan Lillie and Markku Sippola (2011) “National Unions and Transnational Workers: the Case of Olkiluoto 3, Finland,” Work, Employment and Society, 25(2), pp.1-17.
  • Nathan Lillie (2011) “European Integration and Transnational Labor Markets, in Transnational Europe: Promise, Paradox, Limits, Achim Hurrelman and Joan DeBardeleben, eds., Palgrave, 113-131.
  • Nathan Lillie (2010) “Bringing the Offshore Ashore: Transnational Production, Industrial Relations and the Reconfiguration of Sovereignty,” International Studies Quarterly 54(3), pp. 685-706.
  • Nathan Lillie and Markku Sippola (2010) “Edunvalvonnan ongelmat Olkiluoto 3 - rakennustyömalla,” Sosiologia, 47(2), pp. 97-110.
  • Nathan Lillie and Ian Greer (2007) “Industrial relations, migration and neo-liberal politics: the case of the European construction sector,” Politics & Society, 35(4), pp 551-581.
  • Lillie, Nathan, Ines Wagner and Lisa Berntsen (2014) ”Distacco dei lavoratori, violazione delle norme e cambiamento isittuzionale” Giornale di diritto del lavoro e di relazioni industriali, n 141, pp.71-89.
  • Markku Sippola and Nathan Lillie (2012) ”Integraatiopolitiikalla halvennettu työ. Lähetetyt työntekijät EU:n ’vapaiden’ työmarkkinoiden armoilla,” Sosiologia 49:3, 260-268
  • Nathan Lillie, Markku Sippola and Lisa Berntsen (2011) “A Tale of Two Power Plants,” Construction Labour Review, No.4, pp. 23-31. 
  • Nathan Lillie (2010) “Posted Work and the End of 'Social Europe,'” Perspectives on Work, 14 (1-2) 9-11.