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2013Industrial Disputes during the Rudd-Gillard Era: Comparative Perspectives and RealitiesPerry, LJ
2009-01The work of the casual academic teacher: A case studyDavis, D; Connor, RW; Perry, LJ; Perrott, B; Topple, SJ
2009-01Rise and decline in work stoppage statisticsPerry, LJ
2008-01A comparison of labour market reforms in Ireland, New Zealand and AustraliaPerry, LJ
2007-01Neoliberal Workplace Reforms in the Antipodes: What Impact on Union Power and Influence?Perry, LJ
2007-01Views from the Front Line: Insights Into the Role and Commitment of casual Business AcademicsDavis, D; Connor, RW; Perrott, B; Perry, LJ; Topple, SJ; NA
2007-01Long-Term Trends in USA Stoppages - An Unobserved Components ApproachPerry, LJ; Wilson, PJ
2007-01Ignoring the Evidence: Comments on the Debate on Antipodean Neoliberal Workplace Reform and Labour ProductivityPerry, LJ
2007-01Convergence of Work Stoppages: A Global PerspectivePerry, LJ; Wilson, PJ
2006-12Do workplace contracts harm labour productivity growth? A reconsideration of the macroeconomic evidence from New ZealandPerry, LJ
2006-01Productivity and industrial disputes: a note on the Cole Royal CommissionPerry, LJ
2006-01Neo-liberal labor market reforms and work stoppages: Comparisons of India, Indonesia, the United States and AustraliaPerry, LJ
2006-01Lockouts and strikes: some comments of the experience of India and AustraliaPerry, LJ
2006-01Labour market reforms and lockouts in New ZealandPerry, LJ
2006-01Industrial disputes in the construction sectorPerry, LJ
2006-01New Zealand lessons for Australian workplace reform: a critique of 151 academicsPerry, LJ
2005-01A long-term perspective on industrial disputes in Australia: 1913-2003Perry, LJ
2005-01Behind the changing pattern of industrial disputesPerry, LJ
2005-01The return of the lockoutPerry, LJ
2005-01The decline of seasonality in Australian quarterly aggregate strike statistics: 1983-2003Perry, LJ; Wilson, PJ