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by D. Lewin,B. Kaufman
- ISBN: 0762310286
- Category: Money & Business
- Author: D. Lewin,B. Kaufman
- Subcategory: Management & Leadership
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited; 1 edition (June 1, 2003)
- Pages: 280 pages
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The series welcomes manuscripts that may be somewhat longer than is the case with most journals, principally so that authors can explore their respective topics more deeply.
Four of these papers, by Daniel & Siebert.
chapters that analyze key aspects of employment relationships, ranging from. strategic choice and ﬁrst contract arbitration to worker participation, employee well being and work-life conﬂict to union engagement in regional. economic development and international labor standards enforcement. Preliminary versions of several of these chapters were presented at Advances. tion (LERA) ‘‘Best Papers’’ sessions held at the 2009, 2010, and 2011 meetings
David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman, Paul J. Gollan.
David Lewin, Bruce E. This volume contains distinctive papers that explore important aspects of contemporary employment relationships, some on micro level in orientation, whereas others are more macro oriented. Some papers contain extensive quantitative analysis, while others feature deep qualitative analysis, all shedding new light on their chosen topics
The first three papers, each of which analyzes the effects of an exogenous variable (. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Kaufman. municipal collective bargaining; creative compliance in, or union defiance of, labor regulation in Australia; the extent to which union organizing means determine bargaining ends; the. Failure of labor-manangement cooperation at two Maine (.
Chapter 3 compares the innovations in work organization, compensation, and employee participation in decision-making