2 edition of Industrial relations in a defense economy found in the catalog.
Industrial relations in a defense economy
American Management Association.
|Statement||by Harold F. North ... Leo Wolman ... Robert B. Wolf ... [and] Morgan R. Mooney ...|
|Series||Its Personnel series,, no. 48|
|Contributions||North, Harold F.|
|LC Classifications||HD6961 .A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||41010352|
This revised edition of Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice follows the approach established successfully in preceding volumes edited by Paul Edwards. The focus is on Britain after a decade of public policy which has once again altered the terrain on which employment relations develop. Government has attempted to balance flexibility with fairness, preserving light-touch regulation whilst. Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Econometrics & Statistics, Environmental Economics, Economic Conditions, Economic History, Development & Growth & .
The Industrial Relations Section has both an annual book award (see below) and a fellowship named in honor of Richard A. Lester. Richard A. Lester's ties with Princeton and the Industrial Relations Section began in , when he enrolled as a graduate student in economics. This is a book about the interface among economics, politics, and defense. the contributors have attempted to advance beyond the traditional two-dimensional analyses of defense economics and defense politics to the political economy of defense (PED). the starting point for this broader, more encompassing analysis, consequently, is neither economics nor political science but political economy.
Book description Defence is the ultimate public good, and it thus falls to government to determine the appropriate amount of public revenue to commit to the defence of the realm. This will depend on history, strategic threat, international security obligations, entreaties from allies and, of course, the threat faced. Essay # 1. Introduction to Industrial Relations: Industrial relations, also called employee relations, labour relations and personnel relations, represent the relationship that exists between the employer and employees in an industrial undertaking. If these relations are strained, industrial disputes occur and industrial work suffers.
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Economic factors affecting industrial relations policy in national defense, (Industrial relations monograph) Hardcover – January 1, by Sumner H Slichter (Author)Author: Sumner H Slichter.
Our Future Economic Defense was published in Studies in Economics and Industrial Relations on page Economic Factors Affecting Industrial Relations Policy in National Defense Sumner Huber Slichter Industrial Relations Counselors, Incorporated, - Guerre mondiale, - pages. This collection of essays attempts to demonstrate how an adequate analysis of trade unions, strikes and collective bargaining must be rooted in a broader understanding of their political and economic context.
The second part of the book deals with the central problems of trade unionism. the second edition of this book titles Industrial Relations provides a comprehensive coverage of the various aspects of industrial relations: conceptual foundations, industrial structure and.
As the union sector of the economy declined, personnel/human resource management managed to reassert itself as a leading force in industrial relations. As a result of new employment practices, in the s companies developed the so-called "high-performance" work system, which has spread widely ever since as it boosted productivity and.
Figures should appear on separate pages in camera-ready form. References: In the body of the text, place references in parentheses, giving the author’s last name and date of publication (using a, b, etc., if more than one work is cited for a given year).
Include page numbers in. Definition: Industrial relations is that field of study which analyzes the relationship among the management and the employees of an organization at the workplace and also provides a mechanism to settle down the various industrial concept evolved in the late 19th century because of the industrial revolutions.
Management of Industrial Relations. This note explains the following topics: Industrial Relations Perspectives, IR in the Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario, Industrial Relations and the State - Legal Framework, Trade Unions - Role and future, Discipline and Grievance Management, Negotiation and Collective Settlement, Participative Management, Employee Empowerment, Quality Management, Industrial.
employment and the service and commercial sectors of the economy. (The term 'industrial relations' is used because it is the more commonly known and used term'). The terms may be used in a very restrictive sense to include only the formal collective relationship.
To promote and develop congenial labour management relations To enhance the economic status of the worker by improving wages, benefits and by helping the worker in evolving sound budget To regulate the production by minimizing industrial conflicts through state control.
Corporate restructuring and downsizing, the changing employment relationship in union and nonunion settings, high performance work systems, the demographics of the workplace, and the impact of globalization on national labor markets - these are just some of the major issues covered in Industrial journal offers an invaluable international perspective on economic, sociological.
Economic Factors Affecting Industrial Relations Policy in National Defense Slichter, Sumner H. ~ by Sumner H. Slichter. Published by Industrial Relations Counselors, (). FUNCTIONS OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Print book.
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First, the employability component focuses on computer-based training. Outcomes of Industrial Disputes. The consequences of an industrial dispute are hazardous to the employer, employees, organization, society and the economy.
However, it is taken as a useful tool by the workers, to raise their voice and put up their demands in. This paper examines the process and political economy of defence industrialization in Singapore.
It frames the emergence and evolution of Singapore’s defence industrial base in the broader context of both the development of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and Singapore’s defence and strategic policy since independence.
The first. In the globalized word, with the internationalization of the economy and increasing competitive pressures, industrial relations are developing in new directions. The contributions in this unrivalled book provide important new perspectives on the many challenges inherent in the present and future of the relationship between industrial relations and the state.
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Economic development can also be described as a process that influences growth and restructuring of an economy to enhance the economic well being of a community. Search within book.
Front Matter. Pages i-xxxv. PDF. The Role of the State in Industrial Relations. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Polyethnic Societies and Industrial Relations. Literature on Industrial Relations and Economic Development. Front Matter. Pages PDF. General.
Arthur M. Ross. Pages Africa. Arthur M. Ross. Pages. Whether it's guns and ammunition or multidimensional anti-terrorism systems, the defense industry is dynamic, complex, and ubiquitous. It is also mysterious, powerful, and controversial, involving thousands of players worldwide—from suppliers and producers to government and military procurers to shadowy figures that trade in the black market.
Books Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Industrialized Market Economies - 10th.The economics of defense or defense economics is a subfield of economics, an application of the economic theory to the issues of military defense.
It is a relatively new field. An early specialized work in the field is the RAND Corporation report The Economics of Defense in the Nuclear Age by Charles J. Hitch and Roland McKean (, also published as a book).A furter exploration of the subject treated in the author's Economic factors affecting industrial relations policy in the war period, published in cf.
Foreword. Description: pages illustrations 24 cm. Series Title: Industrial relations monograph, no. 6. Responsibility: by Sumner H. Slichter.