Fighting marginalization with innovation : turn to transnational organizing by private sector trade unions in post-2008 Estonia
- Artikkeli I: Kall, K. (2017). Post-crisis innovation within Estonian private sector unions. In M, Bernaciak and M, Kahancová (Eds.). Innovative union practices in Central-Eastern Europe (pp. 73–89). Brussels: ETUI. https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/54834
- Artikkeli II: Sippola, M., & Kall, K. (2016). Locked in inferiority? The positions of Estonian construction workers in the Finnish migrant labour regime. In JE, Dølvik & L, Eldring (Eds.). Labour Mobility in the Enlarged Single European Market (pp. 215– 240). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. DOI: 10.1108/S0195-631020160000032009
- Artikkeli III: Kall, K., Lillie, N., Sippola, M. & Mankki, L. (2018). Overcoming Barriers to Transnational Organizing Through Identity Work: Finnish-Estonian Trade Union Cooperation. Work, Employment and Society, 33(2), 208–225. DOI: 10.1177/0950017017746086
- Artikkeli IV: Mrozowicki, A., Bembic, B., Kall, K., Maciejewska, M. & Stanojevic, M. (2018). Union campaigns against precarious work in the retail sector of Estonia, Poland and Slovenia. In V, Doellgast; N, Lillie & V, Pulignano (Eds.). Reconstructing Solidarity. Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe (pp. 144–165). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/62759
- Artikkeli V:Samaluk, B. & Kall, K. (revised and resubmitted). Innovative trade union projectbased organisations in Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of Slovenia and Estonia. Submitted to a special issue of a peer-reviewed industrial relations journal with an international scope.
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