Reading List, Compiled and Annotated by Arnold Zack

Since most of us have little exposure to the dispute resolution procedures in other countries, I have selected, following a scholarly introductory overview, two short pieces describing the procedures in each of several countries. The second piece for each country focuses on topics that are current as of 2020.  If you want to delve further on these or other countries, or to update the presented pieces, the world of the internet is yours to explore. – Arnold Zack

International Studies Committee Reading List

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  Manfred Weiss, Global Overview

Manfred Weiss Biography

Development of International Labor Standards Abstract

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  Australian Labor Dispute Resolution

Overview of Labour Arbitration in Australia

Dispute Resolution in Australia – Anna Booth

Finalization of Unfair Dismissal Matters and Range of Compensation Awarded

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  South African Labor Dispute Resolution

Halton Cheadle Biography

Tanya Venter Biography

Summary of South American Labour Legislation and ADR

 

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  Israel Labour and Employment Seminar

Judge (ret.) Stephen Adler –  Publication List

Professor Dr. Moti Mironi – Publication List

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  Japan Labor and Employment Seminar

PowerPoint Presentation – Professor Yamakawa

Professor Dr. Ryuichi Yamakawa Biography

Brief Outline of Presentation

Article Link

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  Professor Manfred Weiss on the European Union

Introduction to European Labour Law

Link to Professor Weiss’ Biography

 


 

International Dispute Resolution Series:  The Law, Background, and Harsh Realities of Workplace Dispute Resolution in China

Professor Gaochao He’s Biography

Professor Bill W.K. Taylor’s Biography

Hong Kong Management and Labour:  Change and Continuity

A Social History of Industrial Strikes and the Labour Movement in Hong Kong, 1946-1989

New Unions as Old Binaries or New Directions