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  SELECTED REFERENCES

Selected References is an annotated bibliography produced by the library on current interest topics in industrial relations and is issued biannually. The July issue features noteworthy books in industrial relations, including the winner of the Richard A. Lester Award. Issues are available electronically through this site or upon request.

312. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2010, July 2011

311. Labor in American Art, January 2011

310. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2009, July 2010

309. Crane and Construction Accidents, January 2010

308. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2008. July 2009.

307. Green Jobs, January 2009.

306. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2007. July 2008.

305. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2006. July 2007.

304. Health Savings Accounts. January 2007.

303. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2005. July 2006.

302. Organized Labor in Twentieth Century American Literature. January 2006.

301.Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2004. July 2005.

300.Civility and Incivility in the Workplace. January 2005.

299.Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2003. July 2004.

298.Graduate Student Unions. January 2004.

297.Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2002. July 2003.

296.Cross-Cultural Training. January 2003.

295.Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2001. July 2002.

294. Corporate/Employee Volunteerism. January 2002.

293. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2000. July 2001.

292. Public Schools: Teacher Unions, Productivity, and Reform. January 2001.

291. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1999. July 2000.

290. Workplace Romance. January, 2000.

289. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1998. April, 1999.

288. Labor-Related Statistical Data on the Web, October, 1998.

287. The Teamsters: Controversy and Reform, July, 1998.

286. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1997. April, 1998.

285. Religious Accommodation In The U.S. Workplace. January,1998.

284. Convict Labor: Domestic Aspects. October, 1997.

283. Princeton University Industrial Relations Section: 75 Years of Selected Faculty Monographs. July, 1997.

282. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1996. April, 1997.

281. Industrial Relations Research Association: Selections from Fifty Years of Publications. January, 1997.

280. Employee Communications: Focus on Internal Publications. October, 1996.

279. Flexible Work Schedules: An Update. July, 1996.

278. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1995. April, 1996.

277. Key Aspects of Downsizing. January, 1996.

276. Factors Associated With the Decision to Retire. October, 1995.

275. Restructuring in Nursing: Implications for Organizing. July, 1995.

274. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1994. April 1995.

273. Pregnancy Issues in the Workplace. January, 1995.

272. Selected References 1945-1994: A Comprehensive List. October, 1994.

271. Violence in the Workplace. July, 1994.

270. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1993. April, 1994.

269. Industrial Relations in the New Eastern Europe. January, 1994.

268. Migrant Farmworkers in the United States. October, 1993.

267. Merit Pay Systems. July, 1993.

266. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1992. April, 1993.

265. Worker Training and Retraining: Public and Private Plans. January, 1993.

264. The Role of the Industrial Psychologist. December, 1992.

263. Child Labor: Facing the Twenty-First Century. November, 1992.

262. Europe 1992: The Industrial Relations Aspect. May, 1992.

261. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1991. March, 1992.

260. The Changing Labor Force. January, 1992.

259. Self-Directed and Self-Managed Work Teams. December, 1991.

258. Suggestion Systems. November, 1991.

257. Employer- and Union-Assisted Housing. May, 1991.

256. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1990. March, 1991.

255. Women and the Glass Ceiling. January, 1991.

254. Employer-Assisted Child Care. December, 1990.

253. Work Addiction. November, 1990.

252. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1980-1989. May, 1990.

251. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1989. March, 1990.

250. Workplace Literacy. January, 1990.

249. Theft by Employees. December, 1989.

248. Public Opinion and American Labor Unions. November, 1989.

247. The Sociology of Work. May, 1989.

246. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1988. March, 1989.

245. Materials for and about Employee Assistance Programs. January, 1989.

244. Video Display Terminals in the Changing Workplace. December, 1988.

243. Industrial Relations and Professional Baseball. November, 1988.

242. Workers and Shift Systems. May, 1988.

241. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1987. March, 1988.

240. Industrial Relations in Nigeria. January, 1988.

239. Employers, Employees and Elder Care. December 1987.

238. Employment Aspects of the New Immigration Law. November, 1987.

237. Factory Architecture and Design. May, 1987.

236. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1986. March, 1987.

235. Maternity and Parental Leave. January, 1987.

234. AIDS and the Workplace. December, 1986.

233. Whistleblowing. November, 1986.

232. Employee Substance Abuse and the Law. May, 1986.

231. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1985. March, 1986.

230. Telecommuting. January, 1986.

229. Commuting Couples. December, 1985.

228. Industrial Low-Back Pain and Injury. November, 1985.

227. Economics of Disability. July, 1985.

226. Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1984. March, 1985.

225. Employee Leasing. January, 1985.

224. Industrial Relations Libraries: An Overview. December, 1984.

223. How the Changing Bankruptcy Laws Have Effected Labor Relations. November, 1984.

222. Labor Relations in the Entertainment Industry. July, 1984.

221. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1983. March, 1984.

220. The Worker and the Office of the Future. January, 1984.

219. Employee Stock Ownership Plans. December, 1983.

218. Health Care Cost Containment. November, 1983.

217. Employee Benefits That Meet Special Needs. July, 1983.

216. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1983. March, 1983.

215. South Africa's Black Unions. January, 1983.

214. Concessionary Bargaining and Labor Relations, December, 1982.

213. Executive Spouses. December, 1982.

212. Executive Termination. December, 1982.

211. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1981. March, 1982.

210. Tobacco Smoking in the Workplace. January, 1982.

209. The International Labor Organization. December, 1981.

208. Employee Absenteeism. November, 1981.

207. Sexual Harassment on the job. May, 1981.

206. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1980. March, 1981.

205. Blacks and the U.S. Labor Movement Since Reconstruction. January, 1981.

204. Plant Shutdowns and Relocations. November, 1980.

203. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1970-79. September, 1980.

202. Japanese Industrial Relations: Lessons for the West. May, 1980.

201. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1979. March, 1980.

200. Recent Material on Alternative Work Schedules. January, 1980.

199. Dual-Career Couples. December, 1979.

198. The Right to Privacy in the Employment Setting. November, 1979.

197. Occupational Stress. July, 1979.

196. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1978. March, 1979.

195. Economic Aspects of Aging and Retirement. January, 1979.

194. Unionization of the Armed Forces. November, 1978.

193. Employment of the Disabled. July, 1978.

192. Labor Unions and the South. May, 1978.

191. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1977. March, 1978.

190. International Trade and the American Worker. January, 1978.

189. Youth Unemployment. November, 1977.

188. Seniority Versus Affirmative Action. July, 1977.

187. Women in Management and the Professions. May, 1977.

186. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1976. March, 1977.

185. The Worker and Productivity. January, 1977.

184. Special Aspects of Urban Labor Markets. November, 1976.

183. Measuring Employment and Unemployment. July, 1976.

182. Foreign Workers and the American Labor Market. May, 1976.

181. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1975. March, 1976.

180. Dispute Settlement in the Public Sector. January, 1976.

179. Industrial Relations Legislation in Great Britain. November, 1975.

178. The Cost-of-Living Wage Escalators. July, 1975.

177. Can We Guarantee jobs for the Unemployed? May, 1975.

176. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 1974. March, 1975.

175. The Unemployment Insurance Program. January, 1975.

174. Wage Determination in the Public Sector. November, 1974.

173. Worker Participation in Industry: The European Experience. July, 1974.

172. Changing Schedules of Work. May, 1974.

171. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1973. March, 1974.

170. Black-White Wage Differentials. January, 1974.

169. Occupational Safety and Health. November, 1973.

168. Blue-Collar Blues: Fact of Fiction. July, 1973.

167. Recent Labor Union History. May, 1973.

166. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1972. March, 1973.

165. Trade Restrictions and Organized Labor. January, 1973.

164. Public Employee Strikes. November, 1972.

163. Minimum Wages. July, 1972.

162. Public Service Employment. May, 1972.

161. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1971. March, 1972.

160. Productivity and Wages. January, 1972.

159. Welfare Reform: Alternative Proposals. November, 1971.

158. Industrial Relations in the Construction Industry. July, 1971.

157. Unionization and Relative Wages in the United States. May, 1971.

156. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1970. March, 1971.

155. Incidence of Strike Activity. January, 1971.

154. Labor Force Participation: A Survey of the Literature. November, 1970.

153. Guidelines and the Inflation Problem. July, 1970.

152. Black Workers and the Unions. May, 1970.

151. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1969. March, 1970.

150. Trade Union Programs for Training the Disadvantaged Worker. January, 1970.

149. Sex Discrimination in Employment. November, 1969.

148. Collective Bargaining in Agriculture. August, 1969.

147. Recent Material on Collective Bargaining in State and Local Governments. June, 1969.

146. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1968. March, 1969.

145. Collective Bargaining and the Hospitals. January, 1969.

144. Labor Turnover in the Firm and in the Market. November, 1968.

143. Statistics on Poverty in the United States. September, 1968.

142. Business and the Urban Hardcore Unemployed. July, 1968.

141. Employment Testing and Title VII. May, 1968.

140. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1967. March, 1968.

139. Income Maintenance by Transfers through the Federal Tax System. January, 1968.

138. Personnel Management and the Computer. November, 1967.

137. Business Ethics. September, 1967.

136. Current Proposals for Dealing with Strikes Affecting the National Interest. July, 1967.

135. Current Issues in Federal Old-Age Insurance. May, 1967.

134. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1966. March, 1967.

133. Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools. January, 1967.

132. The Federal Government and the University: Support for Social Science Research and the Impact of Project Camelot. November, 1966.

131. Vocational and Technical Education. September, 1966.

130. Recent Material on Collective Bargaining in Government. July, 1966.

129. The Role of the Public Employment Service. May, 1966.

128. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1965. March, 1966.

127. Fringe Benefits. January, 1966.

126. The Liberal Arts Graduate and the Business Community. November, 1965.

125. Public Programs to Create jobs. September, 1965.

124. Public Policy and Private Pension Plans. July, 1965.

123. Organization and Financing of Medical Care in the United States. May, 1965.

122. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1964. March, 1965.

121. Employment of the Mentally Retarded. January, 1965.

120. Employment Problems of Young Workers. November, 1964.

119. Labor Markets and the National Economy. September, 1964.

118. National Manpower Policy. July, 1964.

117. Private Wage Bargains and the Public Interest. May, 1964.

116. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1963. March, 1964.

115. Joint Study Committees. January, 1964.

114. Retraining the Unemployed. November, 1963.

113. Group Purchase of Dental Care. September, 1963.

112. Corporate Management: Its Power and Responsibility. July, 1963.

111. Women in High-Level Positions. May, 1963.

110. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1962. March, 1963.

109. Hours of Work. January, 1963.

108. Educational Investment in Manpower Development. November, 1962.

107. Racial Discrimination in Employment. September, 1962.

106. The Single-Firm Independent Union. July, 1962.

105. Programmed Instruction: Its Principles and Applications. May, 1962.

104. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1961. March, 1962.

103. Structural Unemployment. January, 1962.

102. The Human Relations Approach to Industrial Management: Its Critics and Defenders. November, 1961.

101. Forward Planning and Management. September, 1961.

100. Recent Discussions of Union Democracy. July, 1961.

99. Manpower Surveys and Education Projections in Economic Development. May, 1961.

98. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1960. March, 1961.

97. The Problem of Depressed Areas in the United States. January, 1961.

96. The Appraisal of Executive Performance. November 1960.

95. Recent Studies of Scientific Research Organization and Personnel. September, 1960.

94. Labor and Business in Politics. July, 1960.

93. Collective Bargaining Patterns and Experience Abroad. May, 1960.

92. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1959. March, 1960.

91. Working Rules and Shop Practices. January, 1960.

90. Management and Labor Problems in Economic Development. November, 1959.

89. Cost and Financing of Health Care for the Aged. September, 1959.

88. Current Industrial Relations Research and the Problems of Management. July, 1959.

87. Secondary Boycotts and Picketing Under the Taft-Hartley Act. May, 1959.

86. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1958. March, 1959.

85. Psychological Tests in Executive Selection. January, 1959.

84. Membership Participation in Union Affairs. November, 1958.

83. Collective Bargaining: Problems and Prospects. September, 1958.

82. Research Organizations and Research Workers. July, 1958.

81. Management in the Soviet Union. May, 1958.

80. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1957. March, 1958.

79. Techniques and Procedures in Labor Arbitration. January, 1958.

78. Industrial Relations Problems of United States Corporations Abroad. November, 1957.

77. The Wage-Price Issue. September, 1957.

76. Personnel Management and the Professional Employee. July, 1957.

75. The Shorter Work Week. May, 1957.

74. Outstanding Books in Industrial Relations, 1956. March, 1957.

73. The Trend Toward Longer-Term Contracts. January, 1957.

72. The Local Union. November, 1956.

71. The Appraisal of Executive Performance. September, 1956.

70. The Regulation of Collectively Bargained Health and Welfare Plans. July, 1956.

69. Professional Engineers and Collective Bargaining. May, 1956.

68. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1955. March, 1956.

67. Top Management and Its Development. January, 1956.

66. Supplemental Unemployment Benefits. November, 1955.

65. Executive Compensation. September, 1955.

64. Economic Issues in Federal Minimum Wage Legislation. July, 1955.

63. Current Issues in Workmen's Compensation. May, 1955.

62. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1954. March, 1955.

61. Group Insurance Against Major Medical Costs. December, 1954.

60. Company Experience with the Employment of Negroes. November, 1954.

59. Methods and Problems of Delegation. September, 1954.

58. Industry and Higher Education. July, 1954.

57. Current Issues in Unemployment Insurance. May, 1954.

56. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1953. March, 1954.

55. Revision of the Taft-Hartley Act. January, 1954.

54. Company Programs for the Improvement of Plant-Community Relations. November, 1953.

53. The Selection and Development of Executives. September, 1953.

52. The Guaranteed Annual Wage in Collective Bargaining. July, 1953.

51. Democracy in Labor Unions. May, 1953.

50. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1952. March, 1953.

49. Recruitment and Selection of College Graduates for Technical Positions in Industry. January, 1953.

48. Recent Studies in Industrial Communications. November, 1952.

47. Evolution of Industrial Relations, 1922-1952. September, 1952.

46. Multi-Plant Collective Bargaining. July, 1952.

45. The Productivity Factor in Wage Adjustments. May, 1952.

44. Stock Options for Executives. March, 1952.

43. Timing Retirement. January, 1952.

42. Industrial Relations under Centralized and Decentralized Operations. November, 1951.

41. Employment of Women in Defense Production. September, 1951.

40. Insurance and Sickness Benefit Plans in Collective Bargaining. July, 195l.

39. Preparing Employees for Retirement. May, 1951.

38. Recent Developments in State Temporary Disability Insurance Legislation. March,1951.

37. Manpower and Personnel Problems in Industrial Mobilization. January, 1951.

36. Wage Stabilization in a Defense Economy. November, 1950.

35. The Manpower Problem in the Present Emergency. September, 1950.

34. Strikes Affecting the Public Interest. July, 1950.

33. Recent Publications on Selection of Non-Supervisory Personnel. May, 1950.

32. Industry and the Older Worker. March, 1950.

31A. Outstanding Books on Industrial Relations, 1949. February, 1950.

31. Layoff Policy and Procedure. January, 1950.

30A. Contributory vs. Non-Contributory Pensions. November, 1949.

30. Executive Compensation. October, 1949.

29. Wages, Prices, and Profits. September, 1949.

28. The Selection and Development of Executives. July, 1949.

27. Current Legislative Proposals to Amend the Social Security Act. May, 1949.

26. Revision of the Taft-Hartley Act. March, 1949.

25. Recent Trends in Industrial Pension Plans. January, 1949.

24. Technological Change under Collective Agreements. November, 1948.

23. The Handicapped Worker in Industry. September, 1948.

22. Use of Cost of Living Indexes and Budget Studies in Wage Adjustments. July, 1948.

21. Measuring Employee Attitudes. May, 1948.

20. Employee Counseling Services. March, 1948.

19. Profit Sharing for Wage Earners. January, 1948.

18. The Taft-Hartley Act. November, 1947.

17. Employee Benefits in Collective Bargaining. September, 1947.

16. Wage Levels. July, 1947.

15. Employee Rating. May, 1947.

14. Union Security. March, 1947.

13. State Legislation for Cash Sickness Benefits. January, 1947.

12. Union-Management Cooperation in Production. November, 1946.

11. The Selection and Development of Executives. September, 1946.

10. Channels of Communication in Industrial Organization. July, 1946.

9. National and Regional Collective Bargaining. May, 1946.

8. Seniority and Ability in Promotion and Layoff. March, 1946.

7. Training the Foreman and the Shop Steward to Administer the Union Contract. January, 1946.

6. Government Mediation and Arbitration of Labor Disputes. November, 1945.

5. Techniques in the Negotiation of the Labor Contract. September, 1945.

4. Compensation of Foremen. July, 1945.

3. Current Problems in Wage Policies. May, 1945.

2. Collective Bargaining by Supervisory and Technical Personnel. March, 1945.

1. Guaranteed Employment and Income Stabilization. January, 1945.


 

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