Reflections on the future of bargaining in the public sector

Bakke, E. Wight
July 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Jul70, Vol. 93 Issue 7, p21
Academic Journal
Examines the prospects for public-sector collective bargaining in the United States. Appropriateness of private sector models of collective bargaining in the public sector; Predicted growth of unionism in the public sector; Militancy of public sector trade-unions; Factors affecting the ability of unions to achieve collective power.


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