Labour law in the 100 years of the International Labour Review

Ruth Dukes*, Judy Fudge, Guy Mundlak

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This Centenary Issue presents a selection of the articles on labour law that were published in the International Labour Review (ILR) during its first 100 years. The articles were chosen for their contribution to two tracks of debate and discourse. The first concerns a progression of ideas over time with respect to the scope and substance of labour law in general. The second charts the evolution of international labour law more specifically. This introduction provides a narrative weaving together the landmarks that were selected in each of these tracks and pointing out recurring themes, questions and challenges as well as changing points of view.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e66-e77
JournalInternational Labour Review
Issue number4
StatePublished - 8 Dec 2021


  • international labour standards
  • labour history
  • labour law
  • labour legislation
  • literature survey


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