Rehmus, Charles M.
April 1975
Monthly Labor Review;Apr75, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p53
Academic Journal
Comments on the use of binding interest arbitration to resolve public employment labor disputes in North America. Opponents of binding arbitration; Failure to eliminate the incidence of strikes; Effect on collective bargaining and settlements; Economic impact of interest arbitration.


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