Selected References

Selected References is an annotated bibliography produced by the library on current interest topics in industrial relations. Once issued semiannually, Selected References became an annual publication as of July 2014. The July issue features noteworthy books in industrial relations, including the winners of the Richard A. Lester Award and The William G. Bowen Award. Issues are available electronically through this site or upon request.

Requests for inclusion in Selected References and Noteworthy Books from authors or publishers are not solicited nor accepted; this is an independent selection process.

Number Title Date
220 The Worker and the Office of the Future 01/1984
219 Employee Stock Ownership Plans 12/1983
218 Health Care Cost Containment 11/1983
217 Employee Benefits That Meet Special Needs 07/1983
216 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1983 03/1983
215 South Africa's Black Unions 01/1983
214 Concessionary Bargaining and Labor Relations 12/1982
213 Executive Spouses 12/1982
212 Executive Termination 12/1982
211 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1981 03/1982
210 Tobacco Smoking in the Workplace 01/1982
209 The International Labor Organization 12/1981
208 Employee Absenteeism 11/1981
207 Sexual Harassment on the job 05/1981
206 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1980 03/1981
205 Blacks and the U.S. Labor Movement Since Reconstruction 01/1981
204 Plant Shutdowns and Relocations 11/1980
203 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1970-79 09/1980
202 Japanese Industrial Relations: Lessons for the West 05/1980
201 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1979 03/1980
200 Recent Material on Alternative Work Schedules 01/1980
199 Dual-Career Couples 12/1979
198 The Right to Privacy in the Employment Setting 11/1979
197 Occupational Stress 07/1979
196 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1978 03/1979
195 Economic Aspects of Aging and Retirement 01/1979
194 Unionization of the Armed Forces 11/1978
193 Employment of the Disabled 07/1978
192 Labor Unions and the South 05/1978
191 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1977 03/1978
190 International Trade and the American Worker 01/1978
189 Youth Unemployment 11/1977
188 Seniority Versus Affirmative Action 07/1977
187 Women in Management and the Professions 05/1977
186 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1976 03/1977
185 The Worker and Productivity 01/1977
184 Special Aspects of Urban Labor Markets 11/1976
183 Measuring Employment and Unemployment 07/1976
182 Foreign Workers and the American Labor Market 05/1976
181 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1975 03/1976
180 Dispute Settlement in the Public Sector 01/1976
179 Industrial Relations Legislation in Great Britain 11/1975
178 The Cost-of-Living Wage Escalators 07/1975
177 Can We Guarantee jobs for the Unemployed? 05/1975
176 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1974 03/1975
175 The Unemployment Insurance Program 01/1975
174 Wage Determination in the Public Sector 11/1974
173 Worker Participation in Industry: The European Experience 07/1974
172 Changing Schedules of Work 05/1974
171 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1973 03/1974

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