The volume offers a concise history of the National Labor Relations Board from its inception in 1935, an overview of late 20th century case law, and a bibliographic essay of selected secondary literature about the board. It explains how to find law review literature on specific cases and aspects of the law. The printed and electronic sources for rulings of the board and courts are explained as well as how to find relevant government documents containing information published by and about the board. Sources of manuscript information (for example unpublished case files and papers of key individuals who shaped the history of the board) are identified. An appendix lists members of the board over time with their party affiliation.
Automobile Production Regimes in the U.S., Germany, and Japan
Author: Stavros Gavroglou
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Political Science
Constructs an analytical framework of production politics within which to address such phenomena as the erosion of wages and lost of good jobs in the US in the 1980s, the emulation by US companies of production methods from elsewhere, and differences and similarities between Japanese and German industrial relations. Narrowing the study to the automobile industry, argues that variations in labor's fortunes and competitive success can be explained by distinct patterns of labor inclusion in corporate decision making. Distributed in the US by Taylor and Francis. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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