International and Comparative Industrial Relations

April 1983
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr83, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p512
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This section provides information on several industrial research in progress on international and comparative industrial relations, as of April 1983. They include research on how management and worker representatives at the company and plant levels adapt to manpower reductions caused by economic restructuring and technological change in the automobile and steel industries, research on technological change and industrial relations in several countries, and research on the impact of public policy on the extent of collective bargaining.


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