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Melbourne Law School
Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law
Alysia Blackham Publications
Alysia Blackham Publications
- A. Blackham, Empirical Research and Workplace Discrimination Law (Brill Research Perspectives Series on Comparative Discrimination Law), (Brill, 2019).
- A. Blackham, Extending Working Life for Older Workers: Age Discrimination Law, Policy and Practice, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom (2016), 256 pp.
- A. Blackham, M. Kullmann and A. Zbyszewska eds., Theorising Labour Law in a Changing World: Towards Inclusive Labour Law (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- A. Ludlow and A. Blackham (eds), New Frontiers in Empirical Labour Law Research (2015, Hart).
- A. Blackham, ‘Re-Systematising Labour Law: Beyond Traditional Systems Theory and Reflexive Law?’ in A. Blackham, M. Kullmann and A. Zbyszewska eds., Theorising Labour Law in a Changing World: Towards Inclusive Labour Law (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- M. Kullmann, A. Zbyszewska and A. Blackham, ‘Introduction’ in A. Blackham, M. Kullmann and A. Zbyszewska eds., Theorising Labour Law in a Changing World: Towards Inclusive Labour Law (Hart Publishing, 2019).
- A. Blackham and Catherine Barnard, ‘The Self-Employed and the Welfare State in the EU: Insights from Gender and Race Equality Law’ in M. Westerveld and M. Olivier eds., Social Security Outside the Realm of the Employment Contract: Informal Work and Employee-Like Workers (Edward Elgar, 2019).
- A. Blackham, ‘Values Driving Ageing Law and Policy in Europe’ in M. Rönnmar and Jenny Julén Votinius (eds), Festschrift for Ann Numhouser-Henning, Juristförlaget i Lund, Sweden, 85-101
- A. Blackham, ‘Normative Visions of Age: Progress and Change in Australian Labour Law’ in J. Howe, A. Chapman and I. Landau (eds), The Evolving Project of Labour Law: Foundations, Development and Future Research Directions (2017), Federation Press, Australia, 117 - 128.
- A. Blackham, ‘Judicial Diversity and Mandatory Retirement in the UK: Obstacle or Route to Progress?’ in G. Gee and E. Rackley (eds), Debating Judicial Appointments in an Age of Diversity (2017), Routledge, United Kingdom, 183 - 197.
- C. Barnard and A. Blackham, ‘EU Equality Law, the Self-Employed and Fundamental Rights’ in H. Collins (ed), European Contract Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights (2017), Intersentia, United Kingdom, 197 - 218.
- A. Blackham, M. Kullmann, H. Pettersson and A. Zbyszewska, ‘The Rationales of Government Action on Ageing and the Extension of Working Lives’ in A. Numhauser-Henning and M. Rönnmar (eds), Elder Law: Evolving European Perspectives (2017), Edward Elgar, United Kingdom, 179 - 203.
- A. Blackham, ‘Values Driving Ageing Law and Policy in Europe’ in M. Rönnmar and J. Julén Votinius (eds), Festschrift for Ann Numhauser-Henning, Juristförlaget i Lund (2017), Sweden, 85 - 101.
- A. Blackham, ‘Emerging Options for Extending Working Lives: Results of a Delphi Study’ in S. Manfredi and L. Vickers (eds.), Challenges of Active Ageing: Equality Law and the Workplace, Palgrave Macmillan, United Kingdom (2016), 159–183.
- A. Blackham and G. Williams, ‘Social Media and the Judiciary: A Challenge to Judicial Independence?’ in R. Ananian-Welsh and J. Crowe (eds.), Judicial Independence in Australia: Contemporary Challenges, Future Directions, Federation Press, Australia (2016), 223–240.
- A. Blackham, ‘Reforming Default Retirement Ages: Regulating Out Precariousness?’ in C. Lageot and N. Martin-Papineau (eds.), Franco-British Approaches to Precariousness: Principle (s), right (s), practice (s) [Approches Franco-Britanniques de la Precarite: Principe(s), droits(s), pratiques(s)], Faculty of Law and Social Science of Poitiers, France (2016), 197–211.
- A. Blackham, ‘Using the Delphi Method to Advance Legal Reform: A New Method for Empirical Labour Law Research?’ in A. Ludlow and A. Blackham (eds), New Frontiers in Empirical Labour Law Research (Hart, 2015) 139-160.
- A. Blackham and A. Ludlow, ‘Introduction’ in A. Ludlow and A. Blackham (eds), New Frontiers in Empirical Labour Law Research (Hart, 2015) 1-7.
Journal Articles - Refereed
- D. Allen and A. Blackham, ‘Under Wraps: Secrecy, Confidentiality and the Enforcement of Equality Law in Australia and the UK’ (2019) 43(2) Melbourne University Law Review (forthcoming).
- A. Blackham, ‘Reconceiving Judicial Office Through a Labour Law Lens’ (2019) 47(2) Federal Law Review203–230.
- A. Blackham, ‘An Experimentalist Approach to Equality: A Case Study of Retirement in the UK University Sector’ (2019)39(4) Legal Studies 598–617.
- A. Blackham,‘Interrogating the “Dignity” Argument for Mandatory Retirement: An Undignified Development?’ (2019) 48(3) Industrial Law Journal 377–415.
- A. Blackham and D. Allen, ‘Resolving Discrimination Claims outside the Courts: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Australia and the United Kingdom’ (2019) 31 Australian Journal of Labour Law 253–278.
- A. Blackham, ‘Young Workers and Age Discrimination: Tensions and Conflicts’ (2019) 48(1) Industrial Law Journal 1–33.
- A. Blackham, ‘"We are all Entrepreneurs Now": Options and New Approaches for Adapting Equality Law for the "Gig Economy"’ (2018) 34(4) International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 413-434
- A. Blackham and D. Allen, ‘Using Empirical Research to Advance Workplace Equality Law Scholarship: Benefits, Pitfalls and Challenges’ (2018) Griffith Law Reviews 1-29
- A. Blackham, ‘Recent Developments in Australian and New Zealand Age Discrimination Law: A Comparative Perspective’ (2018) 43(2) New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 66-82
- A. Blackham and G. Appleby, ‘The Shadow of the Court: The Growing Imperative to Reform Ethical Regulation of Former Judges’ (2018) 67(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 505-546
- A. Blackham, ‘A Compromised Balance? A Comparative Examination of Exceptions to Age Discrimination Law in Australia and the UK’ (2018) 41(3) Melbourne University Law Review 1085-1120
- A. Blackham, ‘Defining “Discrimination” in UK and Australia Age Discrimination Law’ (2017) 43(3) Monash University Law Review 760-795.
- A. Blackham, ‘Employment Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom: Achieving Substantive Equality at Work?’ (2017) 30 Australian Journal of Labour Law 256-274.
- A. Blackham, ‘Addressing the Ageing Workforce: A Critical Examination of Legal Policy Objectives and Values’ (2017) 37(7) Aging and Society 1362–93.
- A. Blackham, ‘Judicial Retirement Ages in the UK: Legitimate Aims and Proportionate Means?’ (2017) 2 Public Law 196–214.
- A. Blackham, ‘Legitimacy and Empirical Evidence in the UK Courts’ (2016) 25(3) Griffith Law Review 414–440.
- A. Blackham, ‘Reforming Default Retirement Ages: Regulating Out Precariousness for Older Workers?’ (2016) 7(1) European Labour Law Journal 4–30.
- A. Blackham, ‘Reflexive Change? A Quantitative Review of the Impact of the Equality Act 2010 on Age Equality Measures in Organizations’ (2016) 16(2–3) International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 122–142.
- A. Blackham, ‘Judges and Retirement Ages’ (2016) 39(3) Melbourne University Law Review 738–792.
- A. Blackham, ‘Organisational Responses to the Abolition of Mandatory Retirement: Case Studies of Australian University Practice’ (2016) 45(2) Industrial Law Journal 144–175.
- C. Barnard and A. Blackham, ‘Self-employment in EU Member States: The Role for Equality Law’  2 European Equality Law Review 1–13.
- A. Blackham, ‘Tackling Age Discrimination Against Older Workers: A Comparative Analysis of Laws in the United Kingdom and Finland’ (2015) 4(1) Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 108–136.
- A. Blackham, ‘The Presumption of Advancement: A Lingering Shadow in UK Law?’ (2015) 21(7) Trusts & Trustees 786–801.
- A. Blackham, ‘Rethinking Working Time to Support Older Workers’ (2015) 31(2) International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 119–140.
- A. Blackham, ‘Managing Without Default Retirement in Universities: A Comparative Picture from Australia’ (2015) 35(3) Legal Studies 502–531.
- A. Blackham, ‘Age Discrimination Beyond Employment’ (2019) 52 Kobe University Law Review 1-17.