Iowa State University of Science and Technology Industrial Relations Center

Jakubauskas, Edward B.
January 1971
ILR Review;Jan71, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p319
Academic Journal
The article provides an overview of research conducted by the Iowa State University of Science and Technology's Industrial Relations Center as of January 1971. Arthur C. MacKinney and David York are continuing their studies on managerial assessment. Edwin Hutchins and Gregory Fawcett are studying career choices of graduating medical interns selecting orthopedics as a specialty. Catherine Palomba is developing a publication on trends in occupational employment using an input-output approach. Harold W. Davey is conducting a study on the aspects of labor arbitration.


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