Chapter 10 – Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition

Chapter 10

 

1. Casselman, P.H. (1949). Labor Dictionary. New York: Philosophical Library, p. 197

2. As quoted in Heneman, H.G. (ed.) (1949). Personnel Administration and Labour Relations. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 5

3. International Institute of Labour Studies (1972). Bulletin No. 10, p. 3

4. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. v

5. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. iv

6. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, pp. 35–36

7. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. 61

8. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, pp. 92–93

9. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. 99

10. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. 17

11. Dunlop, J.T. (1958). Industrial Relations Systems. New York: Henry Hold and Company, p. vii

12. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 300, par. 21.7

13. Government of India, Planning Commission (1956). The Second Five Year Plan. Delhi: Controller of Publications, p. 578