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    • American Labor History 

      Salvatore, Nick (1998-01-01)
      To account for the persistent struggles of a working people that only episodically (and even then with hut a small minority) sought to transform democratic capitalism, and to do so without exaggerating the reality of ...
    • Challenges in Managing the New Diverse Labor Force 

      Cook, Alice H.; Stallworth, Lamont E. (1998-01-01)
      Among the purposes of this chapter is (1) to examine past and present statuses of demographic groups who earlier suffered discrimination in employment but who today are legally protected. Our purpose is then (2) to appraise ...
    • Contesting the Dinosaur Image: The Labor Movement's Search for a Future 

      Hurd, Richard W. (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] As labor contests the dinosaur image it will find no easy answers. Hard work, careful assessment of options, and a willingness to take risks are all required. Without widespread experimentation and a significant ...
    • Convergence and Diversity in International and Comparative Industrial Relations 

      Turner, Lowell; Windmuller, John P. (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] In this essay, we reexamine a critical paradox in international and comparative industrial relations, a paradox that already decades ago demonstrated its ability to intrigue scholarly curiosity (Galenson, 1952,1963; ...
    • Fifty Years of Organizational Behavior from Multiple Perspectives 

      Goodman, Paul S.; Whetten, David A. (1998-01-01)
      Many of the underlying themes in the field of organizational behavior reveal the strains between basic and applied research, qualitative and quantitative preferences, gradations of analysis, and the relative importance of ...
    • From Labor Law to Employment Law: What Next? 

      Edwards, Harry T.; Seitz, Virginia A. (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] If bargaining is broad-based (in nonfragmented units) and if the parties have full resort to a reasonable panoply of economic weapons, the stakes usually will be too high for either side to press for impasse. But ...
    • Introduction to <i>Industrial Relations at the Dawn of the New Millenium</i> 

      Neufeld, Maurice F. (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The essays assembled in the volume focus upn the state of the art of industrial relations at the dawn of the new millennium. The authors of these essays are members of the faculty of the School of Industrial and ...
    • Labor Economics 

      Boyer, George R.; Smith, Robert (1998-01-01)
      The authors hypothesize that most labor economists "sooner or later had to incorporate at least the appearance of institutional concerns in their papers to avoid indigestion whenever lunching with colleagues outside the ...
    • Organizational Behavior: Production of Knowledge for Action in the World of Practice 

      Argyris, Chris (1998-01-01)
      If a policy is a solution, “actionable knowledge is the actual behavior required to implement the solution”
    • Personnel and Human Resource Management 

      Dyer, Lee; Burdick, Walton E. (1998-01-01)
      The basic endeavor of this discipline has not changed over the years: it has sought “to contribute to organizational success by assuring that the right numbers of the right people are in the right places at the right times ...
    • The Collective Bargaining System in the United States: The Legacy and the Lessons 

      Katz, Harry C. (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] From World War II to the 1990s, the collective bargaining system in the United States evolved through two epochs. The first, which lasted from the end of war to the late 1970s, saw the construction and consolidation ...
    • The Development of American Ideals: Three Bills of Rights 

      Konvitz, Milton R. (1998-01-01)
      Developments that sparked the most consequential constitutional controversies in American history have enriched the nation with a second and third Bill of Rights
    • Union-Management Cooperation 

      Whyte, William Foote; Farley, Jennie (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] As unions and management work together on cooperative programs, this cooperation not only reduces the emotional heat in their collective bargaining; it encourages them to experiment with new ways of resolving problems.