Leonard, John W.; Robertson, D. J.; Bairstow, Frances; Hardin, Einar; England, George W.; Chernick, Jack; Shelton, William C.; Motley, A. W.
January 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan63, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p325
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The article presents recent developments in the field of industrial relations and industrial sociology. The Institute of Industrial and Labor Relations at the University of Arizona initiated a series of articles which deal with the legal structure and character of collective bargaining. The School of Labor and Industrial Relations is the new name of the Labor and Industrial Relations Center. The Board of Regents at the University of Minnesota established the Department of Industrial Relations during the 1961-1962 academic year.


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