Horton, Grace
January 1967
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan67, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p298
Academic Journal
The articles focuses on some books related to labor economics. Some of the books on labor-management relations are — "Working Conditions in Canadian Industry, 1964"; "Labor Relations in New York City," by Alice H. Cook and Lois S. Gray and "Oddzialowe Rady Robotnicze," Zbigniew Karcz. Some of the books on education, research and collective bargaining are — "Annual Report, 1965"; "Labor Problems in Public Employment"; "Labor Problems in Public Employment"; "Employer Petitions for NLRB Elections and the Board's Disclaimer Doctrine: A Critique," by Malcolm Lassman; "Bargaining Prospects for Major Symphony Orchestras," by Leon E. Lunden; "Determination of Bargaining Units and Election Procedures in Public School Teacher Representation Elections," by Robert E. Doherty; "Impasse in Collective Bargaining," by David G. Epstein; "Current Industrial Relations and Wage Terms"; "The Lawyer's Role in Collective Bargaining," by Sheldon M. Charone and "The Roles and Positions of the NEA and of the AFT in Collective Negotiations: Opinions of Teachers and School Administrators of Five Selected School Districts in Illinois," by Robert L. Clark.


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