The Public Interests in Collective Bargaining
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 25 Jan 1979, p. 189-205
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The Public Interests in Collective Bargaining


Defending collective bargaining at a tough time. A detailed discussion of three public interests in collective bargaining: thepublic interest in the preservation of the collective bargaining process as part and parcel of our overall socio-economic-political system; the public interest in the procedural results of the collective bargaining process—that is in strikes and lockouts and other forms of lost time due to industrial conflict; the public interest in the substantive results of the collective bargaining process, i.e. the relationship between wage settlements and inflation. The competing and conflicting nature of these public interests. Some general conclusions. Words of warning.