Very Good copy, cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage. Binding may have light creases. Lots of life left in these pages. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: This book originally appeared in 1951 as a response to a teaching need for a single volume on collective bargaining. It was a study of the history, nature, problems, and potential of collective bargaining, examining it as an institution in its own right and not merely as one activity of unions or as a procedure for determining wages and conditions of work. New research and new developments in the years since then have left the first edition dated. At the urging of friends, and at the particularly insistent prodding of Frank DeVyver, of Duke University, a revision has been undertaken, this time by two authors rather than one. The basic approach of first edition remains substantially unchanged. Great stress is placed on the evolutionary nature of the bargaining process, the continuing changes in its procedures, and even its conception. This emphasis seems even more appropriate today, when so much dissatisfaction is being expressed with the anachronisms and purported failures of present collective bargaining institutions. A "crisis" in union-management relations is frequently forecast in professional as well as journalistic writings ...
Title: Collective Bargaining
Publisher: McGraw Hill Higher Education
Book Condition: VERY GOOD
Book Description McGraw Hill Higher Education. Book Condition: Fair. Acceptable condition. Former Library book. Highlighting inside. Bookseller Inventory # S17H-00983
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1965. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. 2nd ed. Cloth, 451pp, name on ep, DJ a bit worn around edges, g/vg. Bookseller Inventory # UPLINE060206