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Ruminations about ideology, law, and labor arbitration

Examination of (1) whether arbitration is especially vulnerable to pressure incompatible with fair and even-handed dispute resolution; (2) the appropriate role of courts in reviewing arbitration decisions; and (3) the…

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Arbitration: A union viewpoint

Unions view the arbitration process as an extension of the democratic principles to the industrial world; the agreed-upon substitute for strikes or economic warfare, in a forum that is simpler,…

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A survey of the knowledge and experience of judges, advocates, and arbitrators, as to how their decisions come into being and how they are shaped by their respective institutional frameworks….

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A survey — of NAA members, management attorney advocates in the U.S. and Canada, and union attorney advocates — the purpose of which is to determine the factors that go…

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The authors explore the preference of parties for experience arbitrators. Yet studies have shown that arbitration awards do not seem to vary appreciably according to the experience of the arbitrators….

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The author poses questions about the direction of the Academy’s future, with special consideration to the process of securing a pool of candidates, training and developing the candidates, and selecting…

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An evaluation of various programs established to develop new arbitrators and enhance their acceptability, focusing on the Western New York program, the UCLA program, the AAA expedited arbitration program, the…

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Anecdotal review of the influence on arbitrators’ services and the arbitration process from arbitrators’ need for joint acceptability by the parties. Discusses perceptions regarding ways in which arbitrators try to…

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The articles sets forth the substance of a proposed national training program for labor arbitrators, and describes other training programs extant in 1978.

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Discussion of the paper presented (1968, p. 94) on arbitrators’ efforts to maintain acceptability; suggests research and objective measures of the problem, if there is one. Suggests users must play…

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