Asian Labour Review

​ About Us

Asian Labour Review (ALR) aims to be a broadly-based and independent platform for analysis and exchange of views about and for labour movements across Asia. We see ALR as contributing toward building stronger and more united Asian labour movements by taking on key issues and questions and sharing perspectives and experiences.

ALR comprises of an online publication and an annual journal. The online publication will focus on publishing relatively short articles on a regular basis to capture and provide analysis about ongoing events and developments; the annual journal will be devoted to producing long-form essays that engage with critical debates.

Editor-in-Chief 

 

Dae-oup Chang

 

Managing Editor

 

Kevin Lin

 

Editorial Board

 

Chiu Yu-Bin (National Pingtung University, Taiwan)

Chris Chan King Chi (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Dennis Arnold (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

Fahmi Panimbang (Solidar Suisse, Hong Kong)

Hirohiko Takasu (Hitotsubashi University, Japan)

Hyunok Lee (Yonsei University, South Korea)

Jennifer Jihye Chun (University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada)

Mabel Au

Meng Quan (China Institute of Industrial Relations, China)

Paolo Novak (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK)

Rene Ofreneo (University of the Philippines, Philippines)

Sanjiv Pandita

Tim Pringle (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK)

 

Advisory Board

 

Anita Chan

Apo Leong

Ching Kwan Lee

Dave Spooner

Davina Davin

Ellen David Friedman

Henry Bernstein

Jim Glassman

Martin Hart-Landsberg

Michael Burawoy

Monina Wong

Seong Jin Jeong

Simon Clarke

Surendra Pratap

Vedi Hadiz