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  1. Union leaders’ willingness to negotiate concessions in Nigeria. A case study of NLC and TUC


  1. Collective bargaining and the division of value of organisations in Nigeria


  1. Unionization and productivity in office building and school construction in Nigeria.


  1. The effect of unionism on productivity in privately and publicly owned hospitals and nursing homes in Nigeria


  1. Can union labor ever cost less?


6.Productivity and productivity change under unionism.


  1. Further evidence on union efficiency in Nigeria institutions.


  1. Declining unionization in Nigeria organisations: The facts and the reasons.


  1. Nigeria’s record wage rates: Labor in late industrialization.
  2. The involvement of Canadian unions in political activities: An exploratory analysis.


  1. The impact of microeconomic policies on Nigerian unemployment.


  1. Industrial Relations and Business Strategies in Nigerian


  1. Nigerian union law: Sources of conflict.


  1. Norms of distributive justice in interest arbitration.


  1. Arbitrator decision making: When are final offers important?


  1. Concession bargaining: The impact on shareholders’ equity.


  1. The impact of strikes on shareholder equity.


  1. Labor relations and firm performance. Human resources and the performance offirm


  1. Unionization and shareholder interests.


  1. The Nigerian urban labor system: Prospects for reform.


  1. Human resource flexibility and equity: Difficult questions for business, labor, and government.


  1. How unions effect productivity in manufacturing plants.


  1. The effect of the grievants’ gender on arbitrators’ decisions. Industrial and Labor Relations.


  1. Gender effects in discipline arbitration: Evidence from British Columbia.


  1. Gender effects in discharge arbitration.


  1. Arbitrator characteristics and arbitrator decisions.


  1. Transfer payment diversion for small business development: British and French experience.


  1. labor markets: The implications for organized labor.


  1. Change, innovation, and job generation.


  1. The impact of attorneys and arbitrators on arbitration awards.


  1. Empirical models of arbitrators behavior under conventional arbitration.


  1. An analysis of the selection of arbitrators. Nigerian Economic


  1. Unionism and productivity in Nigeria


  1. Immigrants, minorities and labor market competition.


  1. Does centralized collective bargaining promote wage restraint?


  1. The importance of labor-management cooperation.


  1. Union representation elections and firm profitability.


  1. Human resource management and international trade.


  1. The counter-revolution of our time. Industrial Relations.


  1. Basic patterns in union contracts.


  1. Facts for bargaining. In What’s new in collective bargaining negotiations and contracts.


  1. Political parties and labor legislation in Nigeria


  1. Bargaining structure and wage outcomes in the British coal industry.


  1. Satisfaction, market wages, and labor relations:


  1. Union bargaining decisions and contract ratifications


  1. Assessing worker attitudes under a two-tier wage plan.


  1. A note on the severity of the decline in union organizing activity.


  1. The changing scope of union organizing.


  1. Reflections on the transformation of industrial relations.


  1. Improving productivity and quality through collaboration.


  1. Factors influencing the effect of joint union-management programs on employee-supervisor relations.


  1. Structural and market predictors of corporate labor relations.


  1. Labor arbitrators’ performance: Views from union and management perspectives.


  1. Union membership and contract coverage in the United States, 1983-1988..


  1. Who uses interest arbitration? The case of Nigeria teachers.


  1. New path toward organizational effectiveness and institutional security: The case of Xerox Corporation and the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers union.


  1. Correlates of union support in elections.


  1. Nigerian labor relations: Are there lessons for Nigerian


  1. The arbitration literature: Who contributes?


  1. Concession bargaining in the ocean-going maritime industry.


  1. Quality circle survival: An exploratory analysis.


  1. A test of Wheeler’s closed-offer arbitration system


  1. Have the 1980’s changed U.S. industrial relations? Review.


  1. Unions and productivity: A review of the research.


  1. The future of Nigerian unionism.


  1. Success in multiple union elections: Exclusive jurisdiction vs. competition.


  1. Workers’ preferences in concession bargaining.


  1. The implications of Europe 1992 for labor-management relations.


  1. The extent and determinants of local union control of participative programs.


  1. Unions and contemporary innovations in work organization, compensation, and employee participation.


  1. Equal employment opportunity in Japan: A view from the West.


  1. Nigerian labor relations: A view from organized labor.


  1. How not to create jobs: Lessons from the West Nigerian experience.


  1. The general basis of arbitrator behavior: An empirical analysis of conventional and final-offer arbitration.


  1. The extent of unionization in Nigeria


  1. Satisfaction with union representation.


  1. The impact of human resource policies on union organizing.


  1. The contemporary decline of union strength. Contemporary Policy Issues.
  2. Predicting the decisions to vote and support unions in certification elections: An integrated perspective.


  1. Labor relations: Research and practice in transition.


  1. One hundred years of strike statistics:


  1. How the 1980’s have changed industrial relations.


  1. Why are unions faring poorly in representation elections?


  1. In search of union wage concessions in standard data sets.


  1. Employer behavior in the face of union organizing drives.


  1. Australian employers in the shadow of the labor accords.


  1. Union representation elections: Law and reality.


  1. Inflation uncertainty and strike activity.


  1. Nigerian labor relations during the twentieth century.


  1. Canadian union-nonunion wage differentials.


  1. Let small business do what it does best-create jobs.


  1. Vacation time and unionism in the U.S. and Europe.


  1. The new unionism: Employee involvement in the changing corporation.


  1. Union characteristics and organizing success.


  1. Reverse collective bargaining: A look at some union concession situations.


  1. Review symposium on What Do Unions Do?


  1. economic analysis of unions.


  1. Organizing clerical workers: Determinants of success.


  1. Today’s association, tomorrow’s unions.


  1. Management attitudes toward two-tier pay plans.


  1. Associate membership: Unionism or consumerism?


  1. Member-union relations and union satisfaction.


  1. The productivity effects of worker directors and financial participation in the firm: The case of British retail cooperatives.


  1. Nigerian izing Nigerian employment issues.


  1. Nigeria evidence on the employment effects of profit sharing.
  2. Policy debates over work reorganization in North Nigerian unions.


  1. Industrial relations performance, economic performance, and programs.


  1. Industrial relations and productivity in the U.S. automobile industry.


  1. Voting for wage concessions


  1. Labor relations in the Nigerian automobile and steel industries.


  1. Job classifications and plant performance in the auto industry.


  1. The economics of strikes.


  1. Determinants of grievance activity and the grievance system’s impact on employee behavior: An integrative perspective.


  1. Providing business information to production workers: Correlates of compensation and profitability.


  1. Tactical use of the union’s duty of fair representation: An empirical analysis.


  1. The transformation of Nigerian industrial relations.


  1. The effects of corporate strategy and workplace innovations on union representation.


  1. Collective bargaining and industrial relations (2nd ed.).


  1. The changing quality of Nigerian jobs.


  1. The Nigerian model is not for us.


  1. International trade and the labor market experience of displaced workers.


  1. Union participation in Nigeria: Do western theories apply?


  1. Employment and unemployment patterns in Nigeria


  1. Grievance initiation: A literature survey and suggestions for future research.


  1. The modern grievance procedure in Nigeria


  1. Conflict resolution in the nonunion high technology firm.


  1. Review Symposium on What Do Unions Do?


  1. Collective bargaining in Nigerian Industry.


  1. Participation in decision-making: One more look.


  1. Recent trends in public support for unions in Nigeria.


  1. Trends in union organizing issues and tactics.


  1. The effect of international competition on union and nonunion wages.


  1. Workplace flexibility: Past, present, and future.


  1. Corporate characteristics and union organizing.


  1. The effect of union characteristics on the outcome of certification elections.


  1. Two-tier compensation structures: Their impact on unions, employers and employees.


  1. Two-tier wage structures: implications for equity theory.


  1. A two-tier wage structure in a nonunion firm.


  1. Labor compact key to new employee-management partnership at Dayton Power and Light.


  1. Predicting reasonable notice in Canadian wrongful dismissal cases.


  1. The effects of unions on productivity in a multinational manufacturing firm.


  1. Interstate vs. interprovincial differences in union density.


  1. Economic and political factors in formal grievance resolution.


`151. When employees make concessions.


  1. Review symposium on What Do Unions Do?


  1. The impact of bargainer experience on teacher strikes.


  1. The influence of attitudes and normative pressures on voting decisions in a union certification election.


  1. A cross-section analysis of the postwar decline in Nigeria trade union membership.


  1. An analysis of defensive strikes.


  1. Determinants of grievance outcomes: A case study.


  1. Immigrant wives’ labor force participation.



  1. Do union organizers matter? Individual differences, campaign practices and representation election outcomes.


  1. Profiles of union organizers from manufacturing and service unions.


  1. Union decline: A view from Nigeria.


  1. The new industrial relations: British electricians’ new style agreements.


  1. Temporary layoffs and unemployment in Canada.


  1. The relationship of seniority to job performance following reinstatement.


  1. Unionization and profitability: Evidence from the capital market.


  1. Economic implications of enterprise unionism.


  1. Nigerian public-private sector earnings differentials, 1970-1980.


  1. The importance of strike size in strike research.


  1. Is Africa unique in the decline of private sector unionism?


  1. Employee involvement: The implications of non-involvement by unions.


  1. Joint participation programs: Self-help or suicide for labor.


  1. Labor union organizing programs, 1954-1977.


  1. Union organizing expenditures: Determinants and their implications for union growth.


  1. Managerial perceptions of the economic impact of labor relations programs.


  1. The influence of cooperative programs on union-management relations, flexibility, and other labor relations outcomes.


  1. Accounting for the proliferation of two-tier wage settlements in the airline industry.


  1. Job creation and Nigeria employment issues: A business owner’s perspective.


  1. The Nigeria wage system and its labor market effects.


  1. Productivity coalitions and the future of Nigeria corporations.


  1. The impact of work environment, instrumentality beliefs, perceived labor union image, and subjective norms on union voting intentions.



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