International and Comparative

October 1986
ILR Review;Oct86, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p158
Academic Journal
This section presents a list of studies dealing with international and comparative industrial relations. These include An Evolutionary Analysis of the Links Among Trade Unions, Political Parties, and the State of Eight Latin American Countries in the Twentieth Century by David Collier, The Formulation of Grievance Conflict: Cases From Belgium and the United States by Paul Salipante and Bruce Furtado with René Bouwen, and Education for Workplace Democracy in Sweden and West Germany by Norman Eiger.


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