AISRI on behalf of ILERA

Associazione Italiana di Studio delle Relazioni Industriali on behalf of

International Labour and Employment Relations AssociationIlera logo

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The International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA) was established in 1966 in response to a growing need to develop and exchange knowledge in the field of industrial relations, at the international level, and provide the academic and the practitioner with a forum for discussion and research. Its founding members were the British Universities Industrial Relations Association, the Industrial Relations Research Association (USA), the International Institute for Labour Studies (Geneva, Switzerland) and the Japan Institute of Labour. In 2010 it was decided to change its name to International Labour and Employment Relations Association, ILERA

Aisri, the Italian Association for the Study of Industrial Relations, was established in 1968 and is affiliated to the International labour and Employment Relations Association, ILERA. Aisri promotes studies and research in the field of industrial relations and represents a forum for interdisciplinary debates among scholars and practitioners, from different disciplinary perspectives (law, sociology, economics, political science). Members of Aisri are academics, researchers, managers of private companies and public administrations, and representatives of trade unions and employer associations. Aisri regularly organises seminars and conferences on recent developments and trends in industrial relations, with a special focus on Italy, but always stressing the importance of international experiences and within a broader comparative perspective. These initiatives provide the opportunity for exchanges and discussions between scholars from different backgrounds and social partners’ representatives.

Associazione Italiana di Studio delle Relazioni Industriali on behalf of

International Labour and Employment Relations AssociationIlera logo

Logo Aisri

The International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA) was established in 1966 in response to a growing need to develop and exchange knowledge in the field of industrial relations, at the international level, and provide the academic and the practitioner with a forum for discussion and research. Its founding members were the British Universities Industrial Relations Association, the Industrial Relations Research Association (USA), the International Institute for Labour Studies (Geneva, Switzerland) and the Japan Institute of Labour. In 2010 it was decided to change its name to International Labour and Employment Relations Association, ILERA

Aisri, the Italian Association for the Study of Industrial Relations, was established in 1968 and is affiliated to the International labour and Employment Relations Association, ILERA. Aisri promotes studies and research in the field of industrial relations and represents a forum for interdisciplinary debates among scholars and practitioners, from different disciplinary perspectives (law, sociology, economics, political science). Members of Aisri are academics, researchers, managers of private companies and public administrations, and representatives of trade unions and employer associations. Aisri regularly organises seminars and conferences on recent developments and trends in industrial relations, with a special focus on Italy, but always stressing the importance of international experiences and within a broader comparative perspective. These initiatives provide the opportunity for exchanges and discussions between scholars from different backgrounds and social partners’ representatives.

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