International and Comparative

April 1995
ILR Review;Apr95, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p606
Academic Journal
This section presents a list of ongoing research related to international and comparative industrial and labor relations. The articles included are "Employee Representation in Central and Eastern Europe," by Trevor Bain and Kim Hester, "Pay Policies of Multi-national Corporations," by William Brown and Gianni Zappala, "Unionized Wage Determination in Canada and the United States: A Comparative Analysis," by John W. Budd and "Encyclopedia of Labor Organizations in Asia and the Pacific," by James G. Scoville.


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