This new edition sees a name change from Industrial Relations to Employment Relations, reflecting an acknowledgement of the greater scope of the latter, its stronger theoretical foundation and its broader analysis. Employment Relations continues the student-focused approach adopted in the previous edition, through both clear exposition of the topics and the use of strong pedagogic features. Employment Relations covers a wider range of topics than the previous edition, particularly by developing the concept of state regulation alongside more traditional notions of bargaining.
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