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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Vol: 26

David Lewin
UCLA Anderson School of Management, USA

Paul J. Gollan
University of Wollongong, Australia

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29 Mar 2021
Emerald Publishing Limited
228 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations
Volume 26 of Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (AILR) contains six new peer-reviewed papers highlighting key aspects of employment relations a variety of disciplinary perspectives. 

The topics of these papers include a historical analysis of the first trade association of commercial printers, the prospects for free riding in public sector unions following a key U.S. Supreme Court decision, the increasing stratification of college and university faculty, procedural and distributive justice aspects of sexual harassment arbitrations in unionized settings, the effects of third-party neutral sourcing and qualifications on employment ADR practice in large companies, and the measurement of democratic spillover from workplaces to politics. 

As with prior AILR volumes, the papers in Volume 26 display a variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods. These range from primary research methods such as case studies, survey, interviews and historiography to longitudinal and cross-sectional empirical studies and theory building. 

Some of the research included in this volume was first presented at the 71th annual meeting of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) held in Cleveland, Ohio (USA) during June 2019.
Introduction; David Lewin and Paul J. Gollan
Chapter 1. A House Divided: The Making and Unmaking of Labor Policy in the United Typothetae of America, 1887-1928; Howard Stanger
Chapter 2. Candidates for Free Riding in a Post-Janus Public Sector; Eunice S. Han and Jeffrey Keefe
Chapter 3. The Increasing Stratification of Faculty Employment at Colleges and Universities in the United States; Liang Zhang, Ronald Ehrenberg, and Xiangmin Liu
Chapter 4. Procedural and Distributive Justice in Sexual Harassment Arbitrations: Evolution of Decisions in the Union Context; Stephen Abraham and Paula B. Voos
Chapter 5. An Empirical Examination of How Third-Party Neutral Sourcing and Qualification Differences Affect Employment ADR Practice Usage: Evidence from the Fortune 1000; Aibak Hafeez and J. Ryan Lamare
Chapter 6. Democratic Spillover from Workplace Into Politics: What are We Measuring and How; Jungook Kim
David Lewin is the Neil H. Jacoby Professor Emeritus of Management, Human Resources and Organizational Behavior at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson School of Management, USA. 

Paul J. Gollan is a Senior Professor of Management at the Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong, Australia.

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