Resolving Impasses by Public Referendum

Zagoria, Sam
May 1973
Monthly Labor Review;May73, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p36
Academic Journal
Reports on the different techniques used in conducting collective bargaining in the public sector without removing the prohibition against striking in the U.S. Binding arbitration of contract terms; Way to advance the fact-finding process in the direction of finality under various conditions; Benefits and weaknesses of public referendum process.


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