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Australian Industrial Relations Systems

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ISBN 9780674052802

Publication Date: 01/01/1970


  • Foreword by John T. Dunlop
  • Author’s Preface
  • Part One: Commonwealth and State Systems
    • I. The Framework of Australian Industrial Relations
    • II. Organization and Policies of Labor
    • III. Employers’ Associations and Their Policies
    • IV. Industrial Tribunals and Their Policies
    • V. Operations of the National System
  • Part Two: Some Industry Systems
    • VI. The Furniture Industry of New South Wales
    • VII. The Metal Mining Industry of Broken Hill
    • VIII. The Queensland Meat Slaughtering Industry
    • IX. The Coal Mining Industry of New South Wales
    • X. Industry Patterns of Industrial Relations
  • Part Three: Enterprise Systems
    • XI. Relations at the Enterprise Level
  • Part Four: Perspective on Arbitration
    • XII. Compulsory Arbitration in Perspective
  • Appendix
  • Notes
  • Index

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