University of Chicago Graduate School of Business

Roomkin, Myron
October 1972
ILR Review;Oct72, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p752
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a research conducted by the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Arnold R. Weber is writing a monograph on incomes policy with particular reference to the administration and impact of the wage-price freeze of 1971. His study with John F. Burton, Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector, is nearly completed. The study, which focuses on local level public sector bargaining, is part of the Brookings Institution's project, entitled Unionism and Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector. Robert J. Flanagan continues his research in the areas of incomes policy and racial discrimination in the labor market. A paper, "The U.S. Phillips Curve and International Unemployment Differentials," is forthcoming. He is currently preparing a paper dealing with racial wage and unemployment differentials for an OECD conference on discrimination in the labor market. Myron Roomkin is conducting a study of strike activity in the U.S. He is also completing a study of employer and union reactions to innovations in apprenticeship training programs.


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