Industrial Relations: Now and in 1984

Published in 1976, this book collects essays presented at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations Founders Seminar at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, NY, on December 3, 1975. The event, sponsored by the Alumni Association of the ILR School, commemorated the School's 30th anniversary and celebrated the end of an era: all six speakers served in the ILR School's Department of Collective Bargaining, Labor Law, and Labor History, and all either had retired or were about to retire the following year. The event also served as the genesis of the ILR School's Founders Program.

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Foreword

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Preface, Maurice F. Neufeld

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Foreword, Robert B. McKersie

Front Matter

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Front Matter

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Contents

Seminar Papers

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What Collective Bargaining Promises and What it Does, Vernon H. Jensen

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New Challenges to Arbitration, Jean T. McKelvey

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Higher Education and Labor Relations, Alice Cook

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Grievance Procedures and the Democratization of American Life, Maurice F. Neufeld

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From Opportunity to Status, Milton R. Konvitz

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Comment on "What Collective Bargaining Promises and What it Does", George W. Brooks