The theory of collective bargaining 1930-1975 : a critique of the argument that trade unions neutralise labour's 'disadvantage' in bargaining and enhance wage-rates by the use, or threat, of strikes. a critique of the argument that trade unions neutralise labour's 'disadvantage' in bargaining and enhance wage-rates by the use, or threat, of strikes.

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Main Author: Hutt, William Harold
Corporate Author: Institute of Economic Affairs (Great Britain)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Institute of Economic Affairs, 1975.
Edition:2nd ed.
Series:Hobart paperback, no.8
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Call Number: 331.89/HUT
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