Derber, Milton; Jennings, Ken; McAndrew, Ian; Wagner, Martin
October 1973
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct73, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the relationship between collective bargaining and budget making process. Collective bargaining introduces considerations that may not be entirely compatible with traditional budget making practices. A field survey was undertaken of perceptions, norms, and opinions of practice in Illinois, to analyze that how much attention do public negotiators pay to the budget-making process? The study was made through personal interviews and the collection of relevant documents, of a sample of thirty public institutions, chosen purposively to represent the major categories of public service, the various geographical sections of the state, and the main employee organizations. The major concern of this study was to determine the relationship between the bargaining process and legal requirements for establishing fiscal years, tile submission and adoption of budgets, and the raising of money by taxes, borrowing, and intergovernmental transfers. The second major area of concern in this study was the relationship of bargaining to the availability of funds projected in the budget.


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