Industrial and Labor Relations Review
Ind Labor Relat Rev
The Industrial and Labor Relations Review is a quarterly journal that, since 1947, has published articles and book reviews on all aspects of the employment relationship. The broad scope represented by that focus has ensured the journal's continuing relevance despite substantial shifts in the field. In 1985-86, 55% of our articles were, in one way or another, concerned with collective bargaining; fifteen years later, that proportion had dropped to about 15%. Conversely, organizational behavior, human resource management, workplace safety, and income security together claimed only about 12% of our content in 1985-86, compared to 45% in 1998-2001. Also gaining in importance have been international and comparative studies. One area in which we have enjoyed consistent strength over the years is labor economics, a category into which some 25% of our articles fall. Our articles are edited with the aim of making their findings and conclusions intelligible to all readers.
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