Relations industrielles

Volume 28, Number 4, 1973

Table of contents (34 articles)

  1. La Loi 9 et les relations de travail dans l’industrie de la construction au Québec
  2. Le rôle d’un service du personnel dans une administration scolaire plus humaine
  3. Current Research on the Quality of Working Life
  4. Le coût d’une convention collective
  5. Évaluation des coûts-avantages de la négociation collective et banque d’expérience en relation de travail
  6. The Design of a Fringe Benefit Costing Program
  7. Mesure des coûts d’une convention collective : quelques aspects – divers avantages
  8. Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Collective Bargaining – the Potential Use of Costing
  9. Beyond the Strike Statistics
  10. Labour Earnings Identity
  11. Ruminations on the « Benefit » Package

Commentaires

  1. Le non-intéressement des travailleurs à l’entreprise : analyse de quelques causes d’ordre juridique
  2. Rezler on Automation and Employment

Droit du travail

  1. L’obligation de négocier : une décision étonnante

Recensions  / Book Reviews

  1. Work in American Society, by Seymour Wolfbein, Scott, Foresman Series in Institutions and Modern Social Problems, Glenview, Illinois, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1971, 195 pp.
  2. Workers’ Management and Worker’s Wages in Yugoslavia – the Theory and Practice of Participatory Socialism, by Howard M. Wachtel, Ithaca and London, Cornell University Press, 1973 (XII – 220, bibl., index).
  3. Comparative Labor Movements : Ideological Roots and Institutional Developments, par Adolf Sturmthal, University of Illinois. Belmont, California, Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., 1972, 176 pp.
  4. The Docks After Devlin, by Michael Mellish, London, Heinemann Educational Books, 1972, 146 pp.
  5. Professors, Unions, and American Higher Education, by Everett Carl Ladd, Jr., and Seymour Martin Lipset, Washington, D.C., American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research; Berkeley, California, Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, 1973, 125 p.
  6. Industrial Relations Systems, by John T. Dunlop, Carbondale, Illinois, Southern Illinois University Press, 1970, 399 pp.
  7. Nationalism and the Multinational Enterprise, by R.H. Hahlo, G. Smith et R. Wright, New York, Oceana Publications Inc., 1973, 373 pp.
  8. The Economics of Work and Pay, by Albert Rees, New York, Harper and Row, 1973, pp. ix, 247.
  9. An American Philosophy of Social Security, by J. Douglas Brown, Princeton, Princeton University Press, Toronto, Saunders of Toronto Ltée, 1972, 244 pp.
  10. Les nouveaux marchands d’hommes? Étude du travail intérimaire, par Guy Caire, Paris, Éditions ouvrières-Économie et Humanisme, 1973, 255 pp.
  11. College Graduates and Jobs, Adjusting to a New Labor Market Situation, by The Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1973, 242 pp.
  12. Studies in Managerial Process and Organizational Behavior, by John H. Turner, Allan C. Filley and Robert J. House, Illinois, Scott, Foresman and Company, 1972, 490 pp.
  13. Le changement du lieu de travail – étude d’un cas de reclassement, par Grégoire Tremblay avec la collaboration de Isabel Romao, Montréal, direction générale de la recherche, ministère du Travail et de la Main-d’oeuvre, 1973, 160 pp.
  14. Selected Models of Worker Education in Europe, Research Series III, by Robert E. Beldings, Iowa, City, The University of Iowa, Center for Labor and Management, 1973, 142 pp.
  15. Reuther, par Frank Cormier et William J. Eaton, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1970, 475 pp.
  16. Canadian Cases in Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining, by Hem C. Jain, Don Mills (Ontario), Longman Canada Limited, 1973, 211 pp.
  17. Industrial Relations in Canada, Second Edition, par Stuart Jamieson, Toronto, Macmilland of Canada, 1973, 156 pp.
  1. Publications récentes
  2. Livres reçus
  3. Index — volume 28 — 1973