The current issue, reviewing the year 2000, focuses particularly on the economic and political consequences of eastern enlargement of the EU. Other topics discussed include the effects of large multinationals on employment relations in Europe, developments in employment relations in central and eastern Europe, and the emergence of a European social policy agenda. The Review also provides a chronicle of events in European industrial relations, employment, human resource management, employment law, economics and politics for the year 2000 and a review of recent publications in the field.
2. The Politics of Europe 2000: Unity Through Division: Erik Jones.
3. The Economics of Eastern Enlargement of the EU: Robert Read and Steve Bradley.
4. The European Employment Strategy from Amsterdam to Stockholm: Has it Reached its Cruising Speed?: Janine Goetschy.
5. Social Dialogues: Tranquil Past, Troubled Present and Uncertain Future: Brendt Keller and Matthias Bansbach.
6. Between Home and Host Country: Multinationals and Employment Relations in Europe: Michael Muller–Camen et al.
7. Articulating Trade Union Organisation for the New Europe?: Jeremy Waddington.
8. Capabilities and Rights: An Emerging Agenda for Social Policy?: Catherine Barnard, Simon Deakin and Richard Hobbs.
9. Employment Relations in Central and Eastern Europe in 2000: the Road to the EU: Roderick Martin and Anamaria Cristescu– Martin.
10. European Industrial Relations in 2000: a Chronicle of Events: Andrea Broughton and Mark Gilman.
11. Bookshelf 2001: ed. by Anna Soulsby and Ed Clark.