Power and the Bargaining Process: A Comment on Leap and Grigsby

July 1988
ILR Review;Jul88, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p618
Academic Journal
Comments on an article which outlines a model of collective bargaining power. Definition of potential power; Sources of potential collective bargaining power; Transformation of the potential sources of power into enacted power.


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