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Armstrong, John Brian (1975). Closer unity in the Queensland trade union movement 1900-1922 M.A. Thesis, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2015.179 213 432 0
Johnstone, R. (2000). Enforcement of occupational health & safety statutes. In: WA Government, Minesafe International 2000. Minesafe International 2000 Conference, Perth, WA, (49-62). September, 2000. 51  
Floyd, L. W. (2003) Enron and one.tel: Employee entitlements after employer insolvency in the United States and Australia (Australian renegades championing the American dream?). SMU Law Review, 56 2: 975-1004. 218  
Sundra Karean, Vanitha Karean. (2004). Individual empowerment in labour law PhD Thesis, T.C. Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland. 184 4
Floyd, L. W. (2005) Insolvency, Trade Unions - and the third way?. Insolvency Law Journal, 13 3: 153-163. 76  
Orr, Graeme and Murugesan, Suppiah (2007) Mandatory secret ballots before employee industrial action. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 20 3: 272-294. 422 3
Johnstone, R. (2000) Occupational health & safety prosecutions in Victoria: An historical study. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 13 2: 113-142. 113  
Elder, Ruth (1999). Organising and representing women's interests : a case study of a nurses' union PhD Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 149 285
Johnstone, Richard (1999) Paradigm crossed? The statutory occupational health and safety obligations of the business undertaking. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 12 2: 73-112. 325  
Johnstone, Richard (1999) Putting the regulated back into regulation. Corporate Regulation: Beyond 'Punish or Persuade' by Fiona Haines. Journal of Law and Society, 26 3: 378-390. doi:10.1111/1467-6478.00131 46   2 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Mortensen, R. G. (2000) Slaving in Australian courts: Blackbirding cases, 1869-71. Journal of South Pacific Law, 4 1-22. 110  
The Big strikes : Queensland 1889-1965. Edited by D. J. Murphy St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1983. 120 6319
Johnstone, R. and Gunningham, N. (2000). The legal construction of occupational health & safety management systems. In K. Frickie, P. Lange-Jensen, M. Quinlan and A. Wilthagen (Ed.), Systematic Occupational Health & Safety Management - Perspectives on an International Development 1 ed. (pp. 125-146) Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Ltd. 53  
Hannan, John Grant. (1966). The new Australia movement M.A. Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland. 119 3698
Guyatt, Joy (1971). Trade unions and the Australian Labor Party in Queensland 1947-57 M.A. Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 150 230
Floyd, L. W. (1999) Weipa and the wharves: Australian strike law and its effects on trade union power. University of Tasmania Law Journal, 18 -: 65-125. 65  
Johnstone, R. (1999) Workplace health and safety work plans in the construction industry in Qld. The Journal of Occupational Health & Safety, 15 5: 434-439. 152  
Floyd, L. W. (2005). Workplace relations: Employment and industrial law. In Clive Turner (Ed.), Australian Commercial Law 25 ed. (pp. 914-951) NSW: Thomson Lawbook Co. 46  
Floyd, L. W. (2003). Workplace relations - employment & industrial law. In Clive Turner (Ed.), Australian Commercial Law 24 ed. (pp. 973-1011) NSW: Law Book Company. 57