Additional Papers From the IRRA

Blumrosen, Alfred W.; Doeringer, Peter B.; Barth, Peter S.; Striner, Herbert E.; Pichler, Joseph A.; Gray, Irwin; Kassalow, E.M.
March 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Mar67, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p25
Academic Journal
Presents excerpts of papers presented to the IRRA during its winter 1966 meetings in San Francisco, California. Processing employment discrimination cases; Effect of economic change on the Michigan labor force; Technological displacement as a micro phenomenon.


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