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Predicting The Future Of Employment Law: Reflecting Or Refracting Market Forces?, Stewart J. Schwab Jan 2001

Predicting The Future Of Employment Law: Reflecting Or Refracting Market Forces?, Stewart J. Schwab

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: New Rules for a New Game: Regulating Employment Relationships in the 21st Century, held at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington.


Parliament And The Industrial Power, Andrew D. Frazer Jan 2001

Parliament And The Industrial Power, Andrew D. Frazer

Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive)

The industrial power contained in section 51(xxxv) of the Australian Constitution gives the Federal Parliament power to make laws with respect to ‘conciliation and arbitration for the prevention and settlement of industrial disputes extending beyond the limits of any one State.’ Throughout the history of the Commonwealth, this power has remained one of the most contentious and litigated clauses in the Constitution. Because of the constitutional limits on the manner in which national legislative power can be exercised in this area, the institutions and processes of the Federal system of conciliation and arbitration have remained a consistent focus of public …