Temple University School for Business Administration Center for Labor and Manpower Studies

Gershenfeld, Walter J.; Schmidt, Stuart M.
October 1975
ILR Review;Oct75, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p169
Academic Journal
This article provides information on studies related to industrial relations by researchers from the Center for Labor and Manpower Studies at Temple University School of Business Administration. Richard Leone is continuing a study of women returning to work through the intermediary of temporary help agencies. A research paper on comparative compulsory arbitration is being completed by J. Joseph Loewenberg. Walter J. Gershenfeld has completed the field work on a Carnegie Corporation project studying the experience with collective bargaining in higher education in Pennsylvania. David Zimmerman has been working on a national evaluation of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act.


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