International and Comparative Industrial Relations

January 1979
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan79, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p282
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The article presents information on various studies on international and comparative industrial relations undertaken by various researchers. Researcher Clinton E. Jencks from San Diego, California, is investigating the nature and extent of U.S. intervention in the French and Italian labor movements in recent years. In Warwick, researchers George Bain and Linda Pickard are working on research of union growth. An international study of Employers' Organizations in Britain, France, Italy, Sweden and West Germany is being carried out by researcher Keith Sisson.


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