Labor-Management Relations

Thompson, Duane E.; Belzile, Bertrand; H. Phong Nguyen; Gifford, Adam; Meltz, Noah M.
January 1978
ILR Review;Jan78, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p280
Academic Journal
This article focuses on various researches conducted on labor management relations. Thomas P. Gliroy, a scholar, is currently working on a book on public sector collective bargaining. He has completed an article on impasse procedure utilization during the first year under the Iowa Public Employment Relations Act to be published in the Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector. Anthony V. Sinicropi, a scholar, is directing and coordinating a study of labor-management relationship-by-objectives under a grant from the U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Daniel G. Gallagher, a scholar, is completing a study of the impact of collective bargaining on expenditure allocations in Illinois school districts. Specifically, the study is concerned with the effect of bargaining on the level of various expenditure categories within public school district budgets. Morley Gunderson, a scholar, is continuing some work on the unionization of professionals in the public sector and with John Anderson of UCLA is estimating the trade-off between wages and fringe benefits in collective agreements.


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