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Essays in industrial relations theory. Edited by Gerald G. Somers.

; University of Wisconsin. Industrial Relations Research Institute
[1st ed.].. Ames, Iowa State University Press [1969] .
ISBN 0813808383

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Other Authors Somers, Gerald George,
University of Wisconsin. Industrial Relations Research Institute.
Subjects Industrial relations.
Relations industrielles.
Description xi, 200 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Rev. essays. Originally presented at a seminar sponsored by the Industrial Relations Research Institute of the University of Wisconsin.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Essays presenting the modern thinking in the field of industrial relations.
Contents Toward a general conceptual system of industrial relations : how do we get there? / Herbert G. Heneman -- Industrial relations systems at work / John T. Dunlop -- Bargaining power and industrial relations theory / Gerald G. Somers -- Approaches to collective bargaining in industrial relations theory / Myron L. Joseph -- Collective bargaining and the new industrial engineering / William Gomberg -- New directions in organization theory / Alan C. Filley -- Building better organizational models / William Foote Whyte -- Industrial relations and organization behavior : parent and child? / Leonard Sayles -- Toward more comprehensive human relations in industry / David G. Moore -- Rationalization in the American Union / Jack Barbash -- The conservative political consequences of labor conflict / Murray Edelman -- "Industrial democracy" as an organizing concept for a theory of industrial relations / Milton Derber.
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