Each year the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) produces a topical research volume. The 2020 volume is titled Reimagining the Regulation and Governance of Work and edited by Dionne Pohler (University of Toronto).
This video presents a panel of contributors discussing their chapters and is part of the 10th International Labour and Employment Relations Association Regional Congress of the Americas (ILERA2020).
The Role of Collective Bargaining in the Digitized Workplace Rachel Aleks (University of Windsor), Michael Maffie (Pennsylvania State University) and Tina Saksida (University of Prince Edward Island)
Multinational Corporations as Labor Regulators Greg Distelhorst (University of Toronto)
The Design of Basic Income Guarantees Kourtney Koebel (University of Toronto) and Dionne Pohler (University of Toronto)
Guaranteed Jobs or Guaranteed Income? Lessons from a Canadian Jobs Program Marc-Andre Pigeon (University of Saskatchewan)
National Living Wage Movements in a Regional World: The Fight for $15 in the United States, Jason Spicer (University of Toronto), Robert Manduca (Harvard University), Tamara Kay (University of Notre Dame)
Immigration, Employment Relations and the State: Tensions between Internal and External Governance Chris F. Wright and Stephen Clibborn (University of Sydney)
Digital Kelsoism: Employee Stock Ownership as Template for Stakeholder Networks Nathan Schneider (University of Colorado Boulder)