ERIC Number: ED067470
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the Annual Winter Meeting (24th, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 27-28, 1971).
Somers, Gerald G., Ed.
Seventy participants representing diverse groups such as management, union members, government workers, and college teachers attended a 2-day conference covering the full range of industrial relations problems. For those attending the conference, sessions were held which dealt with problems in the construction industry, issues in incomes policy, the relationship of education to labor supply, public service employment and workman's compensation. A general session on problems in labor economics included discussion of the effects of minimum wages, the depth of unemployment, and the mobility of labor. Still other sessions were devoted to the field of organizational behavior and personnel management, union-minority relationship, black employment, and lower-middle income workers. This proceedings report includes the text of 35 presentations and summaries of discussions. (JS)
Descriptors: Black Employment, Conference Reports, Construction Industry, Economic Research, Employment, Foreign Countries, Income, Labor Economics, Labor Relations, Labor Supply, Minority Groups, Personnel Management, Unemployment, Unions, Wages
Industrial Relations Research Association, 7114 Social Science Building, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 53706 ($5.00)
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Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Industrial Relations Research Association, Madison, WI.