Research Summaries

June 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Jun73, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p56
Academic Journal
Cites the key findings of research projects on labor-management relations in the U.S. Rise in wages and productivity as employment falls in cigar plants; Comparison between pay increases in the footwear industry and pay increases in other sectors; Occupational pay differences in the furniture industry.


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