Industrial Relations

Bolin-Hort, P

A Decided Failure? The Enforcement of the Early Factory Acts in the Glasgow District 1834-1870
26/1991/45-63
Managerial Strategies and Worker Responses: a New Perspective on the Decline of the Scottish Cotton Industry
29/1994/63-83

Gall, Gregor

Trade Unionism and Industrial Relations in Scotland since UCS
38/2003/51-74
Union Organising in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry: Retrospection on Possibilities and Probabilities
41/2006/51-69
Strike Activity in Scotland
33/1998/97-112
Scottish Postal Workers in the 1990s: examining the contours of worker militancy between Glasgow and Edinburgh
36/2001/20-38

Gasse, Ian

The 1889 Scottish bakers’ strike in Dumfries
53/2018/101-125
'Something to build on': the early years of Dumfries and Maxwelltown Co-operative Provision Society, 1847-1877
52/2017/92-119

Gilmour, A

Consultation, Co-operation and Collaboration at Chrysler: a 'new style' of management of the Linwood car plant, 1967-1978
44/2009/74-90

Hay, J R

The UCS Work-In: an Interim Catalogue
8/1974/21-29

Jackson, M

Strike Activity in Scotland
33/1998/97-112

Kirk, N

'A State of War in the Valley of Glencoe': The Ballachulish Quarries Disputes, 1902-1905
38/2003/14-36

Lancaster, E

Shop Stewards in Scotland: the Amalgamated Engineering Union between the Wars
21/1986/28-33

MacDonald, C M M

Weak Roots and Branches: Class, Gender and the Geography of Industrial Protest
33/1998/6-30

McGregor, J

Labour Relations on the West Highland Railway 1894-1924
43/2008/30-46

McKinlay, A

Depression and Rank-and-File Activity: the Amalgamated Engineering Union 1919-1939
22/1987/22-29

McLauchlan, J

The UCS Work-In: an Interim Catalogue
8/1974/21-29

Milligan, T

Trotskyist Politics and Industrial Work in Scotland 1939-1945
30/1995/104-120

Philippou, Paul S

Mutually Hostile Parties? The co-operative movement in Perth and its relationship with the labour movement, 1871-1918
51/2016/60-78

Phillips, Jim

British Dock Workers and the Second World War: the Limits of Social Change
30/1995/87-103

Riley, Joe

The Linwood Line
53/2018/41-56

Routledge, Paul

Of the once mighty corps of labour correspondents, Scottish union leaders in London, the Communist Party and more – recollections and reflections by a labour correspondent
53/2018/36-40