University of Oregon Institute of Industrial and Labor Relations

Kleinsorge, Paul L.
October 1968
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct68, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p154
Academic Journal
The article reports on various research relating to industrial and labor relations at the University of Oregon Institute of Industrial and Labor Relations in Eugene, Oregon. Eaton H. Conant is studying labor markets for public school teachers. A grant from the Manpower Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor had been received by Steven Deutsch for his research on labor and technological change. Paul L. Kleinsorge is studying union rivalry in the pulp and paper industry and at the Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers.


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