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Discussion of tri-partite grievance arbitration boards. Expresses a preference for single arbitrator systems. Notes studies find boards more common in larger bargaining units and overall use of boards has declined…

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The author presents data revealing that current labor arbitration procedures derive not from statutes, court decisions or the common agreement of the parties, but from (1) the arbitrators before whom…

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Arbitration of public-sector interest disputes: economics, politics, and equity

The economics of public employee compensation are discussed. The author urges arbitrators to familiarize themselves with labor statistics data, job qualifications, and the costs of wages and benefits. He concludes…

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Discussion of the forces that have shaped labor-management relations and of current trends. Includes anecdotes from the silk and transit industries in the 1930’s, dispute resolution under the War Labor…

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Clark Kerr discusses his career, including his service on the War Labor Board during World War II, creation of the Industrial Relations Institute of the University of California, service as…

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The Chrysler-UAW umpire system

A comparison of the elements of the Chrysler-UAW umpire system with those of other umpire systems, and a description of the history of the Chrysler-UAW umpire system.

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Reminiscences of Rolf Valtin. James C. Oldham furnishes an introduction and conducts the interview….

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Presidential Address: President Rubin reviews the history of arbitration and contemplates the expansion of the Academy to employment and other fields of arbitration.

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Presidential Address: President Rubin reviews the history of arbitration and contemplates the expansion of the Academy to employment and other fields of arbitration.

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Reminiscences of William H. Davis, former chairman of National Defense Mediation Board and War Labor Board.

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