COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE IN AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION
The authors have attempted to show the differences in the impact of technology among transportation industry subsectors, the significance of institutional arrangements and the workability of collective bargaining under difficult circumstances. In addressing the problem of whether employment problems generated by technological change can be resolved through collective bargaining, each author deals with a different segment of transportation. The result is generally similar treatment of what has occurred in trucking, railroading, the maritime industry, and the airline flight deck. The generally quiet bargaining of trucking contrasts sharply with the stormy experience in the railroad and maritime industries with their economically troubled companies, technical innovation, and numerous craft unions bargaining individually.
Northwestern University, EvanstonTransportation Center, 1818 Hinman
Evanston, IL United States 60201
- Levinson, H M
- Rehmus, C M
- Goldberg, J P
- KAHN, M L
- Publication Date: 1971
- Pagination: 723 p.
- TRT Terms: Collective bargaining; Labor relations; Labor unions; Personnel; Productivity; Technology
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Railroads; Society;
- Accession Number: 00081384
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 6 1976 12:00AM