Cornell University New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations

Adams, Leonard P.
October 1966
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct66, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p161
Academic Journal
The article presents information about researchers of Cornell University located at Ithaca, New York. M. Gardner Clark has been working on a study of Soviet economic and technical aid to China under sponsorship of the Committee on the Economy of China and the Social Science Research Council. Kurt L. Hanslowe was engaged in a review of labor relations in public employment dining the summer. William P. Gellerman has been working on a text on interpersonal relations. He is also currently engaged in a study of the evolutionary development of a labor union and a study of a small electronics manufacturing organization. Henry A. Landsberger is currently working on various phases of peasant movements in England, France, and Latin America, and on an analysis of Chilean union local presidents and personnel managers. Felician F. Foitman has completed a draft report of his study of displaced white- and blue-collar workers following a plant shutdown. He is working on a review of vocational education in the U.S.


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