Labor Conditions

April 1982
ILR Review;Apr82, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p457
Academic Journal
The article relates various research in progress on labor conditions as of April 1982. A research concerning discrimination in institutional settings is being conducted by Jerry Newman and Frank Krzystofiak. Harish C. Jain analyzes race and sex discrimination cases from 1975 to 1980, while Sandra Gleason develops an economic model of the decision to seek redress for sex discrimination. William C. Frederick studies the application of employee coalitions as a technique for influencing the social policies and practices of firms and industries.


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