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Canada; Queen's University. School of Industrial Relations. School of Industrial Relations / Industrial Relations Centre. Kingston, Ontario Canada K7P 3N6.

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1994-4: Out of Sysnc: Technological and Organizational Change in Canadian Industry
G. Betcherman, N. Leckie and K. McMullen
1994-3: HRM Innovations in Canada: Evidence from Establishment Surveys
G. Betcherman, N. Leckie and A. Verma
1994-2: Does Paying for Knowledge Payoff? Evidence from a Case Study
K.J. Parent and C.L. Weber
1994-1: Stressful Working Conditions and Union Dissatisfaction
G.S. Lowe and H.C. Northcott
1993-15: An International Review of Labour Adjustment Policies and Practices
N. Leckis
1993-14: Human Capital and Infrastructure
N.M. Meltz
1993-13: Unions, Markets and Other Regulatory Mechanisms: Theory and Evidence
R. Brown
1993-12: Change, But What Direction? Divergent Union Responses to Work Restructuring in the Integrated North American Auto Industry
P. Kumar and J. Holmes
1993-11: Manufacturing Sector Unionism: Canada-U.S. Comparisons
N. Meltz
1993-10: Unionization and Faculty Salaries in Canada
Daniel Rees, P. Kumar and D.W. Fisher
1993-9: Distributional Employment Effects of Ontario Minimum-Wage Proposals. A Microdata Approach
M.T. Shannon and Charles Beach
1993-8: Developments in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Practices in Canada: An Update from 1980s
N. Meltz and A. Verma
1993-7: Union Status of Production Facilities and the Structure of Pay; Firm-Level Evidence from Canadian Manufacturing
R.P. Chaykowski and G.A. Slotsve
1993-6: Canadian Labour's Response to Work Organization
P. Kumer
1993-5: An Organizational Justice Analysis of the Effects of a White-Collar Layoff: A Field Study
C.L. Weber and K.D. Sanders
1993-4: Unionization, Collective Bargaining, and Legal Institutions in The United States and Canada
R.N. Block
1993-3: Union Planning: A Framework and Research Agenda
K. Stratton-devine and Y. Reshef
1993-2: Unions, Competitiveness and Productivity: Towards a Labour Perspective
A. Jackson
1993-1: Unionization in Canada and the United States: A Tale of Two Countries
W. Craig Riddell
1992-6: Workers' Compensation Claims Adjustment: Determinants and the Cost of Claims
T. Thomason
1992-5: Unionism, Professionalism and Professionals: A Study in Perceptions
M. Grant and R. Fouchet
1992-4: The Effects of Teacher Unions and Collective Bargaining Laws on Educational Performance
H. Zwerling and T. Thomason
1992-3: Permanent Partial Disability in Workers' Compensation: Probability and Costs
T. Thomason
1992-2: Organizing Labour: The Moral Economy of Canadian-American Union Density Divergence, 1963-1986
I. Robinson
1992-1: Industrial Relations Systems as a Framework for Organizing Contributions to Industrial Relations Theory
N.M. Meltz
1991-9: What Kind of Unionism Is Consistent with the New Model of Human Resource Management?
D. Welles
1991-8: Union Beliefs and Attitudes of Canadian Workers: An Econometric Analysis
P. Kumar
1991-7: Women's Issues and Collective Bargaining
Prem Kumar and L. Acri
1991-6: Labour Market Adjustment Issues in Canada: An Industrial Relations Perspectives
P. Kumar
1991-5: The Prospects for Innovation in Canadian Industrial Relations in the 1990s
A. Verma
1991-4: Divergent Paths: Restructuring Industrial Relations in the North Amarican Automobile Industry
J. Holmes and P. Kumar
1991-3: Convergence in International Unionism Et Cetera: The Case of Canada and the US
L. Troy
1991-1: An Approach for Jointly Analyzing Grievance Filing and Decisions
R.P. Chaykowski and G.A. Slotsve
1990-12: Canadian Unions and Economic Restructuring: The Political Economy of Organizational Adjutment in National Trade Unions
G. Murray
1990-11: Wars of Position: Fragmentation and Realignment in the Quebec Labour Movement
C. Lipsig-Mumme
1990-10: Trade Unionism in Fiji in 1990: After Twenty Years of Independence and Military Coups
K. Hince
1990-9: Deregulating Australian Labour Relations: Collective Bargaining Reforms Within Australia's System of Compulsory Conciliation and Arbitration
R.C. McCallum
1990-7: The Impact of Technological Change on Work Organization and Wages: A Case Study in the Canadian Telecommunication Industry
N.J. Bolton and R.P. Chaykowski
1990-6: Is There a Double-Negative Effect on the Earnings of Immigrant Women?
Christopher Worswick and Charles Beach
1990-5: Managerial Interests and Union Power: A Theory and Analysis of Structural Variation in Bargaining Outcomes Using Firm-Level Survey Data
J. Godard
1990-4: Education vs Training in Business Schools: The Case of Industrial Relations
J. Godard
1990-3: Workers Participation in Corporate Decision-Making: Canada's Future
G.W. Adams
1990-2: The Fleck Strike: Law on the Line
J.B. Eaton
1990-1: The Break-Up of an International Labour Union: Uneven Development in the North American Auto Industry and the Schism in the UAW
J. Holmes and A. Rusonik
1989-10: Wage and Non-Wage Provisions in Labour Contracts of Different Lengths
P. Kumar
1989-9: Academic Reseach on Labour: Strenghtenning Union-University Links
P. Kumar
1989-8: State Structures and Processing of Unfair labor Practice Cases in the United States and Canada
P.G. Bruce
1989-7: Towards a Theory of the Firm in Labour Relations: The Management of Labour and Union Bargaining Success
J. Godard
1989-4: An Analysis of Factors that Influence Preferences for Alternative Bargaining Outcomes
R.P. Chaykowski
1989-3: Beyong Empiricism: Alternative Philosopjies of Science and the Study of Industrial Relation
J. Godard
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