JILPT Comparative Labor Law Seminar 2012 (February 28-29)
System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise

JILPT holds a biennial Comparative Labor Law Seminar, with the aim of having cross-national discussion and comparative analyses on critical issues in the field of labor law, by inviting researchers from abroad. This year the 11th Seminar was held with the theme of "System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise."

The papers presented in the workshop are compiled as JILPT Report No.11. (PDF:2.2MB)

These papers have been published by Kluwer Law International in the 'Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations' series as number 81 entitled: 'Systems of Employee Representation at the Enterprise. A Comparative Study'open a new window ISBN:. 9789041140807.

"System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise"

Cordinators

Hiroya Nakakubo
Professor, Hitotsubashi University, Introduction (PDF:92KB)
Takashi Araki
Professor, University of Tokyo

Discussants (in order of presentation)

Hisashi Takeuchi-Okuno
Associate Professor, Rikkyo University (Japan)
The System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise in Japan (PDF:207KB)
Bernd Waas
Professor, Goethe University (Germany)
Employee Representation at the Enterprise in Germany (PDF:252KB)
Sylvaine Laulom
Professor,University Jean Monnet (France)
System of Employee Representation in Enterprises in France (PDF:238KB)
Jenny Julén Votinius
Associate Senior Lecturer, Lund University (Sweden)
Employment Representation at the Enterprise Sweden (PDF:260KB)
Ruth Dukes
Lecturer, University of Glasgow (U.K.)
Systems of Employee Representation at the Enterprise UK Report (PDF:274KB)
Cheol-Soo Lee
Professor, Seoul National University (Korea)
System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise in Korea (PDF:296KB)
Chin-Chin Cheng
Professor, National Chung-Cheng University (Taiwan)
The Labor-Management Council System in Taiwan (PDF:243KB)
Shangyuan Zheng
Professor, Law school of Tsinghua University (China)
Chinese Staff Congress System: the Past, Present and Future (PDF:310KB)
Orly Lobel
Professor, San Diego University (U.S.A.)
System of Employee Representation at the Enterprise The US Repor (PDF:349KB)
Anthony Forsyth
Associate Professor, Monash University (Australia)
The Evolving Pluralistic Approach to Employee Representation at the Enterprise in Australia (PDF:307KB)
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