CELRL Members are engaged in research in diverse aspects of the broad field of employment and labour law and labour market regulation. Areas of particular interest and expertise include the regulation of individual work relationships, discrimination and inequality in employment and the labour market, the regulation of occupational health and safety, collective labour relations and bargaining, the functions of trade unions and alternative forms of worker representation, corporate governance and labour, enforcement of minimum employment standards, international labour rights and standards, temporary migrant worker rights and unemployment law, labour market policy, and comparative labour and employment law.
Current Research Projects
Learn about CELRL's current research projects, on topics such as labour regulation In East Asia, employee happiness, temporary migrant labour in Australia, and unfair dismissal.
Past Research Projects
CELRL's past research projects include research on areas such as private profits from prison labour, harassment, sham contracting in the building and construciton industry, and work/family conflict.
See CELRL's research publications here, including Working Papers, Student Working Papers, and information about the Australian Journal of Labour Law.
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