October 1980
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct80, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p158
Academic Journal
The article presents the authors of the articles published within the journal of "Industrial & Labor Relations Review," including Keith Newton, Alan Gladstone and Michael E. Borus.


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