Foundations of Arbitration The Origins and Effects of State Compulsory Arbitration, 1890-1914

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  • ISBN-13: 9780195549966
  • ISBN: 0195549961
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated


Macintyre, Stuart F., Mitchell, Richard P.


State compulsory arbitration of industrial disputes is a crucial aspect of the Australian political economy, yet has remained a source of controversy and debate. This collection of fifteen essays brings a fresh approach to issues surrounding the introduction of arbitration, examining the major constituent elements of the Australian system, the source of its ideas, the key protagonists in the system's introduction, and the effects of compulsory arbitration on industrial relations, management control, and trade unions.Macintyre, Stuart F. is the author of 'Foundations of Arbitration The Origins and Effects of State Compulsory Arbitration, 1890-1914' with ISBN 9780195549966 and ISBN 0195549961.

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