City employee representation and bargaining policies

Nelson, Richard R.; Doster, James L.
November 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Nov72, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p43
Academic Journal
Studies city employee representation and bargaining policies in the United States. Characteristics of city collective bargaining relationship; Comparison between union and association representation; Relationship between city size and union representation.


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