International Industrial Relations Association: Third World Congress

Cox, R.W.
January 1973
ILR Review;Jan73, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p906
Academic Journal
This article previews the Third World Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association that will be held at the London School of Economics and Political Science in London, England from September 3-7, 1973. The theme will be Future Trends in Industrial Relations. Topics that will be covered during the event include: Theoretical Framework for Prospective Study; Industrial Relations and Inflation; The Structure of Power in Trade Union Movements; The Multinational Corporation and Industrial Relations; Labor Relations in the Public Sector; Workers' Participation in Management; and Salient Future Trends in Industrial Relations.


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