Pay and working time

Additional reading on the historical and contextual analysis of, and justifications for, the statutory regulation of pay and working time

  1. J Stigler, ‘The Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation’ (1946) 36 American Economic Review
  2. Brown, C. Gilroy, and A. Kohen, ‘The Effect of the Minimum Wage on Employment and Unemployment’ (1982) 20 Journal of Economic Literature487.
  3. Shapiro and J. E. Stiglitz, ‘Equilibrium Unemployment as a Worker Discipline Device’ (1984) 74 American Economic Review433.
  4. Deakin, ‘Equality Under a Market Order: The Employment Act 1989’ (1990) 19 Industrial Law Journal1.
  5. Deakin and F. Wilkinson, ‘The Law and Economics of the Minimum Wage’ (1992) 19 Journal of Law and Society379.
  6. Adnett and S. Hardy, ‘Reviewing the Working Time Directive: Rationale, Implementation and Case Law’ (2001) 32 Industrial Relations Journal114.
  7. Davies and M. Freedland Towards a Flexible Labour Market: Labour Legislation and Regulation since the 1990s (Oxford, OUP, 2007) 50 and 182–190
  8. Metcalf, ‘Why has the British National Minimum Wage had Little or No Impact on Employment?’ (2008) 50 Journal of Industrial Relations489.
  9. Deakin and F. Wilkinson ‘Minimum Wage Legislation’ in K. Dau-Schmidt, S. D. Harris, and O. Lobel (eds), Labor and Employment Law and Economics (Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar, 2009) 150.
  10. Davidov, ‘A Purposive Interpretation of the National Minimum Wage Act’ (2009) 72 Modern Law Review581.
  11. Brown, ‘The Process of Fixing the British National Minimum Wage, 1997–2007’ (2009) 47 British Journal of Industrial Relations429.
  12. B. Stewart, ‘The National Minimum After a Decade’ in D. Marsden (ed.), Employment in the Lean Years: Policy and Prospects for the Next Decade (Oxford, OUP, 2011) 115.
  13. Manning, ‘Minimum Wages and Wage Inequality’ in D. Marsden (ed.), Employment in the Lean Years: Policy and Prospects for the Next Decade (Oxford, OUP, 2011) 134
  14. Barnard, EU Employment Law, (Oxford, OUP, 2012), chapter 12.
  15. Koukiadaki, ‘The Far-Reaching Implications of the Laval Quartet: The Case of the UK Living Wage (2014) 43 Industrial Law Journal 91.
  16. de Linde Leonard, T. D. Stanley and H. Doucouliagos, ‘Does the UK Minimum Wage Reduce Employment? A Meta-Regression Analysis’ (2014) 52 British Journal of Industrial Relations 499.
  17. Freedland, ‘The Exchange Principle and the Wage-Work Bargain’ in M. Freedland et al (eds), The Contract of Employment (Oxford, OUP, 2016) 68.
  18. Pendleton, A. Bryson and H. Gospel, “Ownership and Pay in Britain” (2017) 55 British Journal of Industrial Relations 688.
  19. Puttick, “From Mini to Maxi Jobs? Low Pay, ‘Progression’, and the Duty to Work (Harder) (2019) 48 Industrial Law Journal 143

Additional reading on statutory minimum wage and wage protection legislation

  1. Deakin, ‘Logical Deductions? Wage Protection Before and After Delaney v Staples’ (1992) 55 Modern Law Review848.
  2. McColgan, ‘Payments in Lieu and the Wages Act 1986’ (1992) 21 Industrial Law Journal219.
  3. Simpson, ‘Implementing the National Minimum Wage—The 1999 Regulations’ (1999) 28 Industrial Law Journal1.
  4. Simpson, ‘Implementing the National Minimum Wage—The 1999 Regulations’ (1999) 28 Industrial Law Journal171.
  5. Simpson, ‘The National Minimum Wage Five Years On: Reflections on Some General Issues’ (2004) 33 Industrial Law Journal22.
  6. Fraser and A. Sher, ‘The National Minimum Wage: Under Threat from an Unlikely Source’ (2006) 35 Industrial Law Journal289
  7. Guy Davidov, ‘A Purposive Interpretation of the National Minimum Wage Act’ (2009) 72 Modern Law Review
  8. Bob Simpson, ‘The Employment Act 2008's Amendments to the National Minimum Wage Legislation’ (2009) 38 Industrial Law Journal
  9. Albin, ‘Labour Law in a Service World’ (2010) 72 Modern Law Review959.
  10. Albin, ‘A Worker-Employer-Customer Triangle: The Case of Tips’ (2011) 40 Industrial Law Journal181.
  11. C. L. Davies, ‘‘Sleep-in’ Shifts and the National Minimum Wage: Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake, Shannon v Rampersad’ (2018) 47 Industrial Law Journal 553.
  12. Adams, “’Wage’, ‘Salary’ and ‘Remuneration’: A Genealogical Exploration of Juridical Terms and their Significance for the Employer’s Power to Make Deductions From Wages” (2019) 48 Industrial Law Journal 34.
  13. Hayes, “Restricting Minimum Wage Protection on Social Care “Sleep-in” Shifts” (2019) 135 Law Quarterly Review 353.
  14. Adams, “Understanding the Minimum Wage: Political Economy and Legal Form” (2019) 78 Cambridge Law Journal 42.

Additional reading on working time regulation

  1. Ramsey, ‘The Working Time Directive’ (1994) European Law Review528.
  2. Barnard, ‘The Working Time Regulations 1998’ (1999) 28 Industrial Law Journal61.
  3. Barnard, ‘The Working Time Regulations 1999’ (2000) 29 Industrial Law Journal167.
  4. Edwards, ‘Barber v RJB Mining in the Wider Context of Health and Safety Legislation’ (2000) 29 Industrial Law Journal280.
  5. Adnett and S. Hardy, ‘Reviewing the Working Time Directive: Rationale, Implementation and Case Law’ (2001) 32 Industrial Relations Journal114.
  6. Fairhurst, ‘SIMAP-Interpreting the Working Time Directive’ (2001) 30 Industrial Law Journal236.
  7. Barnard, S. Deakin, and R. Hobbs, ‘Opting out of the 48-hour Week: Employer Necessity or Individual Choice? An Empirical Study of the Operation of Article [22(1)] of the Working Time Directive in the UK’ (2003) 32 Industrial Law Journal223.
  8. Kenner, ‘Re-evaluating the Concept of Working Time: An Analysis of Recent Case Law’ (2004) 35 Industrial Relations Journal588.
  9. Prechal, ‘Case Note on Pfeiffer v Deutches Rotes Kreuz (Joined Cases C-397/01 to C-403/01) [2004] ECR I-000 (2005)’ 42 Common Market Law Review1445.
  10. Bogg, ‘The Right to Paid Annual Leave in the Court of Justice: The Eclipse of Functionalism’ (2006) 31 European Law Review892.
  11. Hardy, ‘Harmonising European Working Time in an Enlarged EU: A Case of Failed ‘Humanisation’?’ (2006) 22 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations543.
  12. Bogg, ‘Paid Annual Leave and the Long-Term Sick: Third Time Lucky for the United Kingdom?’ (2007) 36 Industrial Law Journal341.
  13. Nowak, ‘The Working Time Directive and the European Court of Justice’ (2008) 15 Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law447.
  14. Bogg, ‘Of Holidays, Work and Humanisation: A Missed Opportunity?’ (2009) 34 European Law Review738.
  15. Rodgers, ‘The Notion of Working Time’ (2009) 38 Industrial Law Journal80.
  16. Bell, ‘Sickness Absence and the Court of Justice: Examining the Role of Fundamental Rights in EU Employment Law (2015) 21 European Law Journal 641.
  17. McCann, ‘Travel Time as Working Time: Tyco, the Unitary Model and the Route to Casualisation’ (2016) 45 Industrial Law Journal 244.
  18. C. L. Davies, ‘Getting More Than You Bargained For? Rethinking the Meaning of ‘Work’ in Employment Law’ (2017) 46 Industrial Law Journal 477.
  19. Bogg, “The Regulation of Working Time in Europe” in A. Bogg, C. Costello and A.C.L. Davies (eds.) Research Handbook on EU Labour Law (Edward Elgar, 2016) 267.