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MacDonald, Ian

Professeur adjoint

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MacDonald, Ian

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Projets en cours

  • Le ‘capital patient’ des fonds syndicaux au travail : une alternative à l’entreprise financiarisée?
  • Nouveaux traités de commerce et d’investissement : quelle marge de manœuvre pour les acteurs des relations industrielles ?
  • Stratégies syndicales face à la montée du populisme

Publications principales

Livres

Ian MacDonald (Ed.), Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change. Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press, 2017.

Articles

Ian MacDonald and Mathieu Dupuis, Limits and Liabilities of Labour-Controlled Investment : Quebec’s Solidarity Fund at Work, Economic and Industrial Democracy (in press, 2018).

Ian MacDonald and Mathieu Dupuis, Les limites et les obligations de la finance contrôlée par les syndicats, Nouveau Cahiers du Socialisme, 19 (Winter 2018) pp. 29-40.

Ian MacDonald, Towards Neoliberal Trade Unionism: Rhythms of Decline, Renewal and Transformation in North American Labour Movements, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 52:4 (December 2014) pp. 725- 752.

Ian MacDonald, Public Transit Strikes in New York and Toronto: Towards an Urbanization of Trade Union Power and Strategy, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 21,1 (Summer 2012): 24-51.

Ian MacDonald, Bargaining for Rights in Luxury City: The Dilemmas of Organized Labor’s Urban Turn, Labor Studies Journal, 36, 2 (June 2011): 197-220. Received ‘Best Article’ of the year award.

Ian MacDonald, Exceptional New York? Variations in Neoliberal Labour Relations at the Urban Scale, Global Labour Journal, 1, 2 (June 2010): pp. 233-264.

Ian MacDonald, Negotiating Mexico’s Labour Law Reform: Corporatism, Neo-liberalism and Democratic Opening, Studies in Political Economy, 70 (Spring 2004): pp. 139-158.

Ian MacDonald, NAFTA and the Emergence of Continental Labor Cooperation, American Review of Canadian Studies, 33, 2 (Summer 2003): pp. 173-196.

Chapitres de livre

Steven Tufts, Mark Thomas and Ian MacDonald, Austerity Urbanism, Populism, and Labour, in We Resist: Defending the Common Good in Hostile Times. Cynthia Levine-Rasky and Lisa Kowalchuk (Eds.). Kingston : McGill-Queens (in press, 2019).

Ian MacDonald, Rethinking Labor Unionism in Spaces of Precarious Work, in Labour Reconfiguration and Workers’ Resistance: Global perspectives. Immanuel Ness and Maurizio Atzeni (Eds.). New York: Springer, 2018. pp. 3-22.

Ian MacDonald, The Urbanization of Union Struggle and Strategy, in Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change. Ian MacDonald (Ed.) Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press, 2017. pp. 1-26.

Ian MacDonald, Labor and the Hospitable City, in Unions and the City : Negotiating Urban Change. Ian MacDonald (Ed.) Cornell ILR Press. Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press, 2017. pp. 27-30.

Ian MacDonald, Labor Strategy and the Politics of Elite Division: Negotiating the High Road in Midtown Manhattan, in Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change. Ian MacDonald (Ed.) Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press, 2017. pp. 31-52.

Ian MacDonald, Conclusion, in Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change. Ian MacDonald (Ed.) Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press, 2017. pp. 208-220.

Ian MacDonald, Beyond the Labour of Sisyphus: Unions and the City, Socialist Register 2014: Registering Class. London: The Merlin Press, 2014. pp 247-265.

Stephen Clarkson with Ian MacDonald, Transborder Labour Governance, in Stephen Clarkson, Does North America Exist? Governing the Continent after NAFTA and 9/11. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008): pp. 94-112. Received Seymour Martin Lipset Award for best book in Canadian politics, APSA 2012.

Stephen Clarkson, Stefanie Bowles, Ian MacDonald and Jennifer Mullen, Continentalism from Below: Transnational Linkages in Environmental, Labour and Aboriginal Civil Society Organizations, in John Kirton and Peter Hajnal, eds., Sustainability, Civil Society, and International Governance: Local, North American and Global Perspectives (New York: Ashgate, 2006, 2017): pp. 63-88.

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