Analyzing Compulsory Arbitration Experiences: The Role of Personal Preferences. Comment

Feuille, Peter
April 1975
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr75, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p432
Academic Journal
Comments on a study about the experience of British Columbia teachers' union and school districts with compulsory, conventional arbitration. Trend in the use of arbitration during 1960-1973; Impact of personal preferences of the authors on the conclusion of the study.


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