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2009Anti-unionism, Employer Strategy, and the Australian State,1996–2005Briggs, Christopher; Cooper, Rachel (Rae); Ellem, Bradon; Van Den Broek, Diane; Workplace Research Centre; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesAnti-unionism, Employer Strategy, and the Australian State,1996–2005, Labor Studies Journal, vol.34, 3, 2009,pp 339-362
2007Becoming an Industry: The Struggle of Social and Community Workers for Award Coverage, 1976-2001Briggs, Christopher; Meagher, Gabrielle; Healy, Karen; Workplace Research Centre; Education and Social Work - ResearchBecoming an Industry: The Struggle of Social and Community Workers for Award Coverage, 1976-2001, Journal of Industrial Relations, vol.49, 4, 2007,pp 497-521
2006Between Individualism and Collectivism? Why Employers Choose Non-Union Collective AgreementsBriggs, Christopher; Cooper, Rachel (Rae); Workplace Research Centre; Work and Organisational StudiesBetween Individualism and Collectivism? Why Employers Choose Non-Union Collective Agreements, Labour and Industry, vol.17, 2, 2006,pp 1-23
2004Different Roads To Power: A Comparative Study Of National Unions FederationsBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreDifferent Roads To Power: A Comparative Study Of National Unions Federations in Peak Unions in Australia: Origin, Power, Purpose, Agency, Federation Press, 2004, pp. 9-31
2004The End Of A Cycle? The Australian Council Of Trade Unions In Historical PerspectiveBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreThe End Of A Cycle? The Australian Council Of Trade Unions In Historical Perspective in Peak Unions in Australia: Origin, Power, Purpose, Agency, Federation Press, 2004, pp. 236-260
2005Lockout Law in Comparative Perspective: Corporatism, Pluralism and Neo-LiberalismBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreLockout Law in Comparative Perspective: Corporatism, Pluralism and Neo-Liberalism, The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, vol.21,(3),2005,pp 481-502
2002The Paradox of ACTU HegemonyBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreThe Paradox of ACTU Hegemony, Labour and Industry, vol.12,(3),2002,pp 77-102
2002Peak Federations, Pacesetter Unions and Wage Politics: an Australian Perspective on Swenson's TrilemmaBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentrePeak Federations, Pacesetter Unions and Wage Politics: an Australian Perspective on Swenson's Trilemma, Irec 2002, vol.N/A,(),2002,pp 1-33
2006The Return of Lockouts Down Under in Comparative Perspective: Globalization, the State, and Employer MilitancyBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreThe Return of Lockouts Down Under in Comparative Perspective: Globalization, the State, and Employer Militancy, Comparative Political studies, vol.39,(7),2006,pp 855-879
2004Skill And The Renewal Of Labour: The Classical Wage-Earner Model And Left Productivism In AustraliaBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Watson, Ian; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreSkill And The Renewal Of Labour: The Classical Wage-Earner Model And Left Productivism In Australia in The Skills That Matter, Palgrave MacMillan, 2004, pp. 186-206
2005Strikes and Lockouts in the Antipodes: Neo-Liberal Convergence in Australia and New ZealandBriggs, Christopher; Workplace Research CentreStrikes and Lockouts in the Antipodes: Neo-Liberal Convergence in Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, vol.30,(3),2005,pp A1-A15
2009'Trojan Horse' or 'Vehicle for Organizing'? Non-Union Collective Agreement Making and Trade Unions in AustraliaBriggs, Christopher; Cooper, Rachel (Rae); Workplace Research Centre; Work and Organisational Studies'Trojan Horse' or 'Vehicle for Organizing'? Non-Union Collective Agreement Making and Trade Unions in Australia, Economic and Industrial Democracy: an international journal, vol.30,(1),2009,pp 93-119
2005Unions and the Restructuring of Work: Contrasting Experiences in the Old and New HeartlandsBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreUnions and the Restructuring of Work: Contrasting Experiences in the Old and New Heartlands, Labour and Industry, vol.16, 1, 2005,pp 5-22
2004Unions And Work Intensification: Insights From The Australian Metal And Engineering And Nursing SectorsBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Considine, Gillian; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreUnions And Work Intensification: Insights From The Australian Metal And Engineering And Nursing Sectors, New Economies: New Industrial Relations Proceedings of the 18th AIRAANZ Conference 2004, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 99-106
2002Unions and work intensification: Insights from the Australian metal and engineering, mining and nursing sectorsBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Considine, Gillian; Heiler, Kathryn; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreUnions and work intensification: Insights from the Australian metal and engineering, mining and nursing sectors, N/A, vol.N/A,(),2002,pp N/A-N/A
2005What about collective bargaining?Briggs, Christopher; Cooper, Rachel (Rae); Ellem, Bradon; Workplace Research Centre; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesWhat about collective bargaining?, The state of the states 2005, vol.2005,(N/A),2005,pp 66-74
2002Where are the Non-Members? Challenges and opportunities in the Heartlands for Union OrganisingBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Cole, Mark; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreWhere are the Non-Members? Challenges and opportunities in the Heartlands for Union Organising, International Journal of Employment Studies, vol.10,(2),2002,pp 1-22
2005Work, Commerce and the Law: A New Australian Model?Briggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreWork, Commerce and the Law: A New Australian Model?, Australian Economic Review, vol.38,(2),2005,pp 182-191
2002Works Councils and Inequality at Work in Contemporary AustraliaBriggs, Christopher; Buchanan, John; Workplace Research Centre; Workplace Research CentreWorks Councils and Inequality at Work in Contemporary Australia in Works Councils in Australia: Future Prospects and Possibilities, The Federation Press, 2002, pp. 48-73