Peterson, John M.; Flanagan, John C.; Harbison, Frederick; Slavick, Fred; Scott, W. H.; Thompson, James D.; Jehring, J. J.
January 1959
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan59, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p325
Academic Journal
The article reports developments related to labor relations management in the U.S. The University of Arkansas Industrial Research and Extension Center conducts a limited number of labor market research along with studies of product markets, physical resources, taxes, and industrial financing. The accuracy of work time information has been the subject of a series of studies by Robert Fitzpatrick, Richard H. Gaylord and Richard L. Krumm. A study of Disqualification Policy and Experience Under the Iowa Unemployment Insurance Law, by Professor Fred Slavick, is almost completed and is expected to be ready for publication some time during the fall of 1958.


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