University of Maryland College of Business and Management Organizational Behavior and Industry Relations

Schneier, Craig Eric
April 1976
ILR Review;Apr76, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p469
Academic Journal
The article presents empirical and conceptual studies about labor relations conducted by members of the University of Maryland College of Business and Management in Maryland as of 1976. One of the studies was on contract administration in the public sector conducted by Mollie H. Brown. Another study was the analysis of 5 major public and private labor relations sectors by Marvin J. Levine. A research focused on managers and their organizations was investigated by Carl R. Anderson. In this study, Anderson evaluated the relationship between decision-making behaviors of managers and stressful conditions in the workplace.


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