Rose, J. B. (2016). Constraints on public sector bargaining in Canada. Journal of Industrial Relations, 58(1), 93-110.
Lancaster House Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector Conference 2015 (request from CIRHR Library staff)
Lancaster House Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector Conference 2014 (request from CIRHR Library staff)
Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal, V. 17, No. 2 (2013) (request hard copy from CIRHR Library if not yet available online)
Prospects for Reform of Industrial Relations in the Ontario Broader Public Sector: Papers from the Workshop on the Drummond Report, Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace, Queen's University, June 22, 2012. Link to speaker presentations.
Articles are below:
Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, V. 34, No. 2 (Winter 2013) "Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Distortion of Democracy: Do Public Sector Unions Have Too Much Power?"
This issue contains articles such as:
Hyams, B. (2000). A summer of discontent: Collective bargaining in the public sector. Journal of Collective Negotiations, 29(1), 49-67. (available from the CIRHR library upon request)
Ontario Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services (Drummond Commission). (2012). Public services for Ontarians: A path to sustainability and excellence. (562 pages, PDF)
Chaykowski, R. & Hickey, R. (2012). Reform of the conduct and structure of labour relations in the Ontario broader public service: Report to the Commission on the Reform of Ontario's Public Service. School of Policy Studies, Queen's University.
Advisory Committee on Labour Management Relations in the Federal Public Service. (2000). Identifying the issues: First report, May 2000. Fryer Committee.
Final Report of the Advisory Committee on Labour Management Relations in the Federal Public Service (Fryer Committee). (2001). See also: UTLibraries link to catalogue record: http://go.utlib.ca/cat/4517875
Swimmer, G. (2002). Putting the Fryer Committee recommendations in context. Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal, 9(3), 313-334.
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