Cornell University New York State of Industrial and Labor Relations

Doherty, Robert E.
July 1976
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul76, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p633
Academic Journal
This article discusses research being conducted on New York trade-unions, collective bargaining, and industrial relations at Cornell University. The article also lists researchers conducting these studies, including Harry Trice and his study on the occupational effects of alcoholism, Cletus Daniel's investigation into the history of farm organization in the U.S., and the work of George Brooks and Sara Gamm concerning industrial worker's union mergers during the 1960s and the 1970s in the U.S.


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