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The author describes the Academy as a progenitor of arbitration as a profession. He asserts, however, that “both the arbitration process and the National Academy are in a time of trouble,” because “overprofessionalism” interferes with the attainment of social objectives, use of the grievance procedure for catharsis, securing justice for individual employees, and providing “a …

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Foreign Experience in Public Employee Disputes

Noting the growth of collective bargaining in the public employment sector in the United States, four Academy members report on the public employee dispute settlement processes in Sweden, Belgium, France, West Germany, Australia, Great Britain, and Canada, identifying the distinctive characteristics of each system.

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