Industrial Relations Theory

January 1991
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan91, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p382
Academic Journal
The article cites several research in progress on industrial relations theory as of January 1991. They include "Values and Rights in Economics, Law, and Industrial Relations Systems," "Industrial Relations in Transition," "History of the Fundamental Rights Doctrine," "Participation in a Yugoslavian Workers' Council from 1973 to 1989, "The Rise and Decline of Industrial Relations as a Field of Study" and "The Future of Industrial Relations and the IRRA."


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