Labor-Management Relations

October 1984
ILR Review;Oct84, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p142
Academic Journal
This section offers information on several research being done on labor-management relations, as of October 1984. A paper on the similarities between social science hypothesis testing and arbitral decision making is being completed by John E. Drotning and Bruce Fortado of Case Western Reserve University. Meanwhile, Cheryl Maranto of the University of Iowa is investigating the effect of collective bargaining coverage on the probability and determinants of promotion. Moreover, research on the decision strategies used by arbitrators in interest arbitration is being continued by Henry Farber and Max Bazerman of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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