AIRAANZ

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AIRAANZAssociation of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand
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We thank the editors of the ABL for giving us the opportunity to produce this special issue, the contributors and referees who have made it possible, and the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) for supporting the 2013 workshop on work and industrial relations in Western Australia.
(32) Joe used an address to AIRAANZ in 2005 to make a critical assessment both of contemporary industrial relations policy and of his assumptions as a young scholar in the 1950s:
Each paper has been reviewed by at least two referees, in a double-blind process--we would like to thank the original AIRAANZ reviewers and the reviewers for the International Journal of Employment Studies for their invaluable contributions.
(25) D Peetz, 'Retrenchment and Labour Market Disadvantage: The Role of Age, Job Tenure and Casual Employment', in Reflections and New Directions: AIRAANZ Conference 2003, Volume 2: Non-Refereed Papers, Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (Melbourne, February 2003) cited in Senate Select Committee on Superannuation, above n23.
Heino, B (2014) 'Regulation theory and Australian labour law: from antipodean Fordism to liberal-productivism', 2014 AIRAANZ Conference, Melbourne.
(2005), "Influences on Work/non work Conflict", Proceedings of 19th Conference of Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and Newzealand (AIRAANZ) held at Sydeny,
(2011), 'Sessionals: Doing the Job for Universities?', paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ), February.
Crawford (eds) Current Research in Industrial Relations, Proceedings of the 12th AIRAANZ Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 3-5 February, pp.
Bill Robbins was a highly respected academic in the fields of industrial relations and labour history and widely known through his attendance at almost all of the annual AIRAANZ conferences held in various locations in Australia and New Zealand.
Williams (eds.) Contemporary Industrial Relations in Australia and New Zealand: Literature Surveys, The Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and new Zealand (AIRAANZ), Vol.
Wright (eds), Current Research in Industrial Relations, AIRAANZ 99, vol.
Willis, (eds), 21st Century Work: High Road or Low Road?, in Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, Volume 2, Adelaide: AIRAANZ, 2006, p.112.