Law Jr., Gordon T.
April 1979
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr79, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p387
Academic Journal
The article presents a list of articles related to industrial and labor relations published in several journals. The articles include "Worker Participation in Europe," by Joseph R. Carby-Hall, "Waging Industrial Peace in Nigeria," by Alanimo J. Etukodo, "Social-psychological Perspectives," edited by Daniel Druckman and "The Social Psychology of Bargaining," by Ian E. Morley and Geoffrey M. Stephenson.


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