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Law, society, and industrial justice

Author: Philip Selznick; Philippe Nonet; Howard M Vollmer
Publisher: [New York] Russell Sage Foundation, 1969.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Selznick, Philip, 1919-
Law, society, and industrial justice.
[New York] Russell Sage Foundation, 1969
(OCoLC)568748217
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Selznick; Philippe Nonet; Howard M Vollmer
OCLC Number: 62067
Description: viii, 282 pages 24 cm
Contents: Law, society, and moral evolution --
The quest for a law of associations --
Management and governance --
Collective bargaining and legal evolution --
Employee perspectives on industrial justice --
Public policy and the employment relation --
Private groups and the law of governance.
Responsibility: [by] Philip Selznick, with the collaboration of Philippe Nonet and Howard M. Vollmer.

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