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
170 Black-White Wage Differentials 01/1974
169 Occupational Safety and Health 11/1973
168 Blue-Collar Blues: Fact of Fiction 07/1973
167 Recent Labor Union History 05/1973
166 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1972 03/1973
165 Trade Restrictions and Organized Labor 01/1973
164 Public Employee Strikes 11/1972
163 Minimum Wages 07/1972
162 Public Service Employment 05/1972
161 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1971 03/1972
160 Productivity and Wages 01/1972
159 Welfare Reform: Alternative Proposals 11/1971
158 Industrial Relations in the Construction Industry 07/1971
157 Unionization and Relative Wages in the United States 05/1971
156 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1970 03/1971
155 Incidence of Strike Activity 01/1971
154 Labor Force Participation: A Survey of the Literature 11/1970
153 Guidelines and the Inflation Problem 07/1970
152 Black Workers and the Unions 05/1970
151 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1969 03/1970
150 Trade Union Programs for Training the Disadvantaged Worker 01/1970
149 Sex Discrimination in Employment 11/1969
148 Collective Bargaining in Agriculture 08/1969
147 Recent Material on Collective Bargaining in State and Local Governments 06/1969
146 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1968 03/1969
145 Collective Bargaining and the Hospitals 01/1969
144 Labor Turnover in the Firm and in the Market 11/1968
143 Statistics on Poverty in the United States 09/1968
142 Business and the Urban Hardcore Unemployed 07/1968
141 Employment Testing and Title VII 05/1968
140 Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1967 03/1968
139 Income Maintenance by Transfers through the Federal Tax System 01/1968
138 Personnel Management and the Computer 11/1967
137 Business Ethics 09/1967
136 Current Proposals for Dealing with Strikes Affecting the National Interest 07/1967
135 Current Issues in Federal Old-Age Insurance 05/1967
134 Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1966 03/1967
133 Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools 01/1967
132 The Federal Government and the University: Support for Social Science Research and the Impact of Project Camelot 11/1966
131 Vocational and Technical Education 09/1966
130 Recent Material on Collective Bargaining in Government 07/1966
129 The Role of the Public Employment Service 05/1966
128 Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1965 03/1966
127 Fringe Benefits 01/1966
126 The Liberal Arts Graduate and the Business Community 11/1965
125 Public Programs to Create jobs 09/1965
124 Public Policy and Private Pension Plans 07/1965
123 Organization and Financing of Medical Care in the United States 05/1965
122 Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1964 03/1965
121 Employment of the Mentally Retarded 01/1965

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