The Public Interest in National Labor Policy

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PREFATORY NOTE
The members of the Study Group wish to express their warmest appreciation and deepest respect for the invaluable contributions of George Shultz of the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business, and Abraham Siegel of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who undertook the major portion of research and writing connected with this study. Because of their talents and abilities, they have made themselves in a very genuine sense part of the Group itself; and their views have carried the same weight and received the same consideration as our own.
MEMBERS OF THE STUDY GROUP
CLARK KERR, Chairman President University of California
DOUGLASS V. BROWN Professor of Industrial Management Massachusetts Institute of Technology
DAVID L. COLE Practicing Attorney and Arbitrator Paterson, New Jersey
JOHN T. DUNLOP Professor of Economics Harvard University
WILLIAM Y. ELLIOTT Professor of Government Harvard University
ALBERT REES Professor of Economics University of Chicago
ROBERT M. SOLOW Professor of Economics Massachusetts Institute of Technology
PHILIP TAFT Professor of Economics Brown University
GEORGE W. TAYLOR Professor of Labor Relations Wharton School of Finance and Commerce University of Pennsylvania

MEMBERS OF THE STAFF
GEORGE P. SHULTZ, Director Professor of Industrial Relations Graduate School of Business University of Chicago
ABRAHAM SIEGEL, Associate Director Associate Professor of Industrial Relations Massachusetts Institute of Technology
DAVID BURKE, Staff Associate University of Chicago

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  • Title Page 1
  • Prefatory Note 2
  • Contents 3
  • Foreword 5
  • Introduction 7
  • 1 - Labor Policy and the Emerging Work Environment 10
  • 2 - Pitfalls and Dilemmas in Choosing Public Policies 48
  • 3 - The Public Interest and Private Responsibilities 62
  • Epilogue 157
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