University of California at Los Angeles Institute of Industrial Relations

Aaron, Benjamin
July 1966
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul66, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p643
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The article presents information on studies related to labor and industrial relations by research staff of the Institute of Industrial Relations at the University of California in Los Angeles, California in 1966. The research staff continues work in industrial relations and related areas such as socioeconomic problems of minority groups, unemployment and poverty. Benjamin Aaron is conducting a study that will focus on labor-court systems in England, France, Germany, Italy and Sweden and private labor arbitration in the U.S. Irving Bernstein continues his work on the second volume of "A History of the American Workers As a Successor to the Lean Years." Paul Prasow and Fred Massarik are involved in a research project on automated and non-automated job patterns of skilled workers in the aircraft industry in Los Angeles, California.


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