Synopses & Reviews
John Dunlop is one of the world's outstanding figures in the theory and practice of industrial relations. In this book he advocates a better means to resolve disputes. He stresses that each side must work out its own internal accommodation as a necessary prerequisite to across-the-table resolution.
Professor Dunlop's book is a landmark. . . . It has an analytical perspective rooted in experience. It has extensive descriptions of the industrial relations system, how that system has worked in varying environments, and the context in which parties interact and how history affects dispute resolution.The Arbitration Journal