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Industrial Relations in Planned Economies, Market Economies, and the Third World
Industrial Relations in Planned Economies, Market Economies, and the Third World
By J. Wilczynski
St. Martin's, 1983, 256 pp

A veteran comparer of various features of different economic systems, Professor Wilczynski of the University of New South Wales interprets "industrial relations" broadly enough to consider wages, inflation and living standards along with collective bargaining, unions, labor participation and the like. The most interesting chapter deals with immigrant labor, east and west.