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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations.

Author/Creator:
Lewin, David.
Publication:
Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2010.
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Book
1 online resource (270 pages)
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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Ser.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Ser. ; v.17
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Subjects:
Industrial relations.
Management.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
Presents a rich mix of different approaches in industrial relations scholarship covering labor history, theory, quantitative and qualitative analysis. This volume includes a range of papers that potentially has significant implications for labour research and policy.
Contents:
Front cover
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations
Copyright page
Contents
List of contributors
Introduction
Notes
Chapter 1. Card check recognition: Resulting labor relations and investor reaction
Introduction
The reaction of investors to card check recognition
In the black box
Positive labor relations
Weak agreements?
Conclusion
Notes
References
Appendix. On data
Chapter 2. Having your cake and eating it too? The relationship between HR and organizational performance in healthcare
Introduction
Human resource practices and performance
Challenging the existing HR-performance conceptualization
Toward a multi-stakeholder framework
Hypotheses
Data and methodology
Results
Conclusion and discussion
Notes
Acknowledgments
References
Appendix. Variables and measures
Chapter 3. From a ''negotiatory'' to a ''belligerent'' employers' association: Organized master printers of Columbus, OHIO, 1887-1987
Scholars' and employers' associations12
Employer organization and labor policies in commercial printing
Characteristics of the commercial printing industry
The business and labor communities in Columbus, Ohio, before World War II
Columbus master printers organize - and disorganize, 1887-1919
A more permanent, negotiatory employers' association emerges, 1920-1945
Becoming a belligerent employers' association, 1946-1987
Making Sense of Columbus
Implications
Notes
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 4. An institutional approach to labor-related human rights compliance: A case of forced labor in Nicaragua and Honduras
1. Introduction
2. An institutional approach to labor-related human rights
3. An illustration of the institutional approach: Forced labor/obligatory overtime in Nicaragua and Honduras
4. Conclusion
Note.
References
Chapter 5. Channels of buyer influence and labor standard compliance: the case of Cambodia's garment sector
Introduction
The ILO monitoring program in Cambodia's garment sector
Theories and hypotheses
Data and methods
Results
Acknowledgments
Notes
References
Chapter 6. Identity at work: U.S. labor union efforts to address sexual diversity through policy and practice
Introduction
Literature review
Research questions
Research methodology
Results and discussion
Conclusions
Notes
References
Appendix. Interviews Conducted
Archival Research Conducted
Interview Protocol
Chapter 7. Paradigm shifts in industrial relations: A bibliometric and social network approach
1. Industrial relations as an intellectual field?
2. Using bibliometrics to describe an intellectual field (and identify paradigms within that field)
3. Previous applications of bibliometric techniques to the field of IR
4. Methodology
5. Results
6. Conclusions and implications
Notes
Acknowledgments
References
Appendex 1. Explanation of spring embedded algorithms
Appendix 2. Most Influential Books in Industrial Relations 1968-2007, Complete Titles
Appendix 3. Co-citation maps for the four journals with ''industrial relations'' in their titles
Appendix 4. Co-citation map for American Economic Review for the period 1968-2007 for articles with the keywords unions, collective bargaining, or industrial relations.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Kaufman, Bruce E.
Gollan, Paul J.
Lewin, David.
Kaufman, Bruce E.
Gollan, Paul J.
Other format:
Print version: Lewin, David Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations
ISBN:
9781849509336
9781849509329
OCLC:
815250129