Research Frontiers in Industrial Relations and Human Resources

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David Lewin, Olivia S. Mitchell, Peter D. Sherer
Cornell University Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 625 pages
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Assessing scholarly work done in the 1980s, the editors discuss four major areas of research: unions, collective bargaining, and dispute resolution; human resource management; labor market research; and the regulation of industrial relations and human resources.
  

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Contents

Chapter 2Collective Bargaining and Industrial Relations
43
Chapter 3Research on Strike Models and Outcomes in
77
Chapter 4The Union and Nonunion Grievance System
131
Chapter 5Integrating Strategic Human Resources
165
Chapter 6Pay Performance and Participation
193
Chapter 7Human Resource Practices and Productive
239
Chapter 8Internal Labor Markets in a Changing Environ
273
Chapter 10Compensation Productivity and the
341
Chapter 11Race and Gender Pay Differentials
381
A Turbulent
417
Chapter 13Work Force Preparedness
447
Chapter 14The Role of the State in Industrial Relations
489
A Critical Survey
525
Chapter 16Have OSHA and Workers Compensation Made
557
Chapter 17Social Insurance and Benefits
587
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Page 521 - Clark Kerr and Abraham Siegel, "The Structuring of the Labor Force in Industrial Society: New Dimensions and New Questions," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, VIII (Jan., 1955), 151-68; Clark Kerr, Frederick H.

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About the author (1992)

David Lewin taught composition at UC Berkeley and at SUNY Stony Brook, and later taught music theory at Yale and Harvard Universities. His music-theoretic writings include many articles and two previous books: Generalized Musical Intervals and Transformations (1987), and Musical Form and
Transformation (1993). He was the recipient of honorary degrees from the University of Chicago and from the New England Conservatory of Music for his work in music theory.

Olivia S. Mitchell is IFEBP Professor of Insurance and Risk Management in the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.