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Oxford University Press has just published "Voices at Work: Continuity and Change in the Common Law World", edited by Alan Bogg and Tonia Novitz

Wolters Kluwers has recently published a new book: 'Worker's Representation in Central and Eastern Europe. Challenges and Opportunities for the Works Councils' System'.

Routledge published a new book by Supriya Routh titled: "Enhancing Capabilities through Labour Law: Informal Workers in India".

LFB Scholarly Publishing has recently published a book by Jeffrey Kahana "The Unfolding of American Labor Law: Judges, Workers and Public Policy Across Two Political Generations".

Judy Fudge and Emily Grabham have launched the Gendering Labour Law Research Network and announced the publication of a special section of the open access journal feminists@law on the topic Gendering Labour Law.

The proceedings of the 2013 Marco Biagi Conference organised by the Marco Biagi Foundation have been published by Giappichelli as part of the Marco Biagi Foundation’s book series: 'The Transnational Dimension of Labour Relations. A New Order in the Making?' by E. Ales and I. Senatori.

See call for papers “The Evolution of Doctoral Education towards Industry and the Professions” promoted by the Harvard Kennedy-Belfer Center in collaboration with ADAPT for the special issue of the International Journal of Technology and Globalisation.

Adapt has just released a new volume, 'Tackling Youth Unemployment', edited by Morley Gunderson and Francesca Fazio.

Published by Giappichelli the proceedings of the XI Conference in commemoration of Marco Biagi.

Intersentia publishes 'From Labour Law to Social Competition Law?' by Marc Rigaux, Jan Buelens and Amanda Latinne (eds.).

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