E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies



About the Journal

The E-Journal of International and Comparative LABOUR STUDIES is an open-access review promoted by ADAPT University Press. The EJICLS is supported by a high-level scientific committee and a well-established international network and aims at providing an open area for further investigating the issues of labour law and industrial relations. In this connection, the E-Journal of International and Comparative LABOUR STUDIES should be seen as a free and independent hub where it will be possible to promote the exchange of new ideas, information and relevant documentation. Generally, we are concerned with issues in employment relations, human resource management, health and safety, psychology, sociology, labour economics, politics, labour law and history.

ISSN: 2280-4056
Frequency: Triannual
Language: English
First Year of Publication: 2012

Contact Information

Principal Contact
The E-Journal of International & Comparative Labour Studies
E mail: pietro.manzella@adapt.it

Support Contact
E mail: ls@adapt.it

Publisher: ADAPT University Press
Publisher’s Address: 
Via Garibaldi 7, 24125, Bergamo (Italy)

Editorial Board

Managing Editor

  • Valeria Filì, University of Udine

Board of Directors

  • Alexis Bugada, Aix-Marseille University
  • Valeria Filì, University of Udine
  • Anthony Forsyth, RMIT University
  • József Hajdu, Szeged University
  • Shinya Ouchi, Kobe University
  • Daiva Petrylaite, Vilnius University
  • Valeria Pulignano, Katholieke Universitiet Leuven
  • Michele Tiraboschi, Founding Editor, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • Anja Zbyszewska, Carleton University

Editorial Board

  • Claudia Carchio, University of Udine
  • Lilli Casano, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • Emanuele Dagnino, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • Valentina Franca, University of Ljubljana
  • Carmela Garofalo, University of Udine
  • Josua Grabener, Grenoble Institute of Political Studies
  • Erica Howard, Middlesex University
  • Attila Kun, Károli Gáspár University
  • Habtamu Legas, Ethiopian Civil Service University
  • Giuseppe Antonio Recchia, University of Bari Aldo Moro
  • Ana Teresa Ribeiro, Catholic University of Portugal – Porto
  • Alma Elena Rueda Rodriguez, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • Francesco Seghezzi, ADAPT Senior Research Fellow
  • Silvia Spattini, ADAPT Senior Research Fellow
  • Adrian Todolì, University of Valencia
  • Paolo Tomassetti, University of Bergamo
  • Joanna Unterschutz, University of Business Administration in Gdynia
  • Caroline Vanuls, Aix-Marseille University
  • Anna Zilli, University of Udine

Current/Past Issues

Information on current and past issues is available here online.