Worker Voice in Australia and New Zealand: The Role of the State Reconfigured?

Alan Bogg, Anthony Forsyth, Tonia A Novitz

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Abstract

In our introduction to this special issue symposium, we consider the significance of the role played by the State in offering opportunities for workers’ voice and ensuring (or preventing) its efficacy. We examine how this role is currently being reconfigured, tracking ideological shifts, the development of institutional apparatus, the function of the state as the ‘model employer’ and the potential opportunities (or otherwise) offered by ‘constitutionalisation’ of labour norms.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1
Number of pages20
JournalAdelaide Law Review
Volume34
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Structured keywords

  • PolicyBristolBusinessAndEconomicPolicy
  • PolicyBristolSocialChangeAndDiversity
  • PolicyBristolGovernanceAndPublicServices

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