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Relations industrielles

Volume 26, Number 3, 1971

Table of contents (23 articles)

  1. L’action politique du CTC et de la FAT-COI : une comparaison depuis 1956
  2. Extension and Feasibility of the Woods Report to the Developing Countries
  3. Évaluation d’un programme de formation professionnelle
  4. The British Industrial Relations Bill – An Analysis
  5. British Collective Bargaining : The Challenges of the 1970’s
  6. Job Vacancy Survey as a Tool of Labour Market Information in Developing Countries
  7. American Transfer Policies : Costs and Benefits
  8. Regional Unemployment Rates and Total Economic Growth in Canada, 1953-1968
  9. Le rôle et les fonctions des centres de relations industrielles en France

Droit du travail

  1. Compulsory Arbitration in British Columbia : Bill 33
  2. Le caractère majoritaire des principes d’accréditation
  3. L’unité d’accréditation des professionnels


Recensions / Book Reviews

  1. Flexibilité de l’âge de la retraite, étude publiée par l’organisation de coopération et de développement économique, Paris, 1970, 198 pp.
  2. Retour des femmes sur le marché du travail après interruption d’emploi, par B.N. Sear, Paris, O.C.D.E., 1971, 154 pp.
  3. « The Emerging Worker », (Equality and Conflicts in the Mass Consumption Society, par William et Margaret Westley, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1971, 155 pages.
  4. The Unemployed : A Social-Psychological Portrait, by D.W. Tiffany, J.R. Cowan and P.M. Tiffany, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall Inc., 1970, 180 pp.
  5. Social Psychology of the Work Organization, by Arnold S. Tannenbaum, Belmont, Wadsworth, Behavioral Science in Industry Series, 1966, 136 pp. / Training in Industry : The Management of Learning, by Bernard M. Bass and James A. Vaughan, Belmont, Brooks-Cole, Behavioral Science in Industry Series, 1966, 164 pp.
  6. Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Economics of Investment in Human Resources : an Annotated Bibliography, by W.W. Wood and H.F. Campbell, Kingston, Ont., Industrial Relations Center, Queen’s University, 1970, 211 pp.
  7. Teachers vs School Board, by Donald J. Noone, New Jersey, Institute of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, 1970, 120 pp.
  8. GOMPERS, édité par Gérard Emmanuel Stern, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, 1971, 178 pp.
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