Routledge studies in employment and work relations in context ; 9.
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1. Rediscovering collective bargaining / Breen Creighton and Anthony Forsyth 2. Collective bargaining and agreement making in Australia : evolution of the legislative framework and practice / Peter Gahan and Andreas Pekarek 3. International labour standards and collective bargaining under the Fair Work Act 2009 / Breen Creighton 4. The role of Fair Work Australia in facilitating collective bargaining / Richard Naughton 5. The mechanics of agreement making under the Fair Work Act 2009 : promoting good faith bargaining and genuine agreement / Amanda Coulthard 6. The relationship between protected industrial action, recognition and bargaining in good faith under the Fair Work Act 2009 / Shae McCrystal 7. Getting to the table? : fair work, unions, and collective bargaining / Rae Cooper and Bradon Ellem 8. Industrial conflict with awards, choices and fairness / David Peetz 9. Government as industrial relations role model : promotion of collective bargaining and workplace cooperation by non-legislative mechanisms / John Howe 10. Comparing purposes and concepts in United States and Australian collective bargaining law / Anthony Forsyth 11. Recognition in respect of bargaining in the United Kingdom : collective autonomy and political neutrality in context / Alan Bogg and Tonia Novitz 12. The Canadian conception of collective representation and bargaining / Sara Slinn 13. After EFCA, what next for unions? : the future of labour law reform and of collective bargaining in the United States / John Logan 14. Collective bargaining and good faith obligations in New Zealand / Pam Nuttall.