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MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Index of Volumes 94-98
January 1971-75
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics
1976
Bulletin 1922




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Preface

This publication provides an index to all material appearing in the
Monthly Labor Review from January 1971 through December 1975,
except for unsigned items appearing in the regular departments o f the
magazine. The index was compiled by Constance S. McEwen of the
Review staff. Programming for electronic composition was provided by
Marion C. Lewis, Division o f Production Services, Office of Publications.
Previous bulletins in this series are No. 695 for volumes 1-11 (July
1915 to December 1920), No. 696 for volumes 12-51 (January 1921
to December 1940), No. 1080 for volumes 52-71 (January 1941 to
December 1950), No. 1335 for volumes 72-83 (January 1951 to
December 1960), and No. 1746 for volumes 84-93 (January 1961 to
December 1970).

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Contents
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SUBJECT INDEX

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Absenteeism ................................................................
Accidents (See Work injuries.)
AFL-CIO .......................................................................
Agriculture ..................................................................
American Assembly .....................................................
American Economic Association ..............................
American Federation o f Government
Employees ..................................................................
American Federation o f State, County and
Municipal E m p loyees................................................
American Federation of Teachers ............................
Apprenticeship (See Education and training.)
Arbitration (See also Collectivebargaining.).............
Asia ................................................................................
Assembly o f Governmental Employees ..................
Australia.........................................................................
A u stria...........................................................................
Automation (See Technological change.)
Auto Workers (U A W )..................................................

Earnings and wages .....................................................
Economic development and g r o w th .........................
Economic policies and programs ..............................
Education and training................................................
Emergency Employment A c t .....................................
Employment (See also Labor force;
Unemployment.).........................................................
Energy requirements.....................................................
Engineers .......................................................................
Equal Employment Opportunity ..............................
Escalator clauses .........................................................
E u ro p e...........................................................................
Exports (See Foreign trade.)

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Bargaining (See Collective bargaining.)
Belgium .........................................................................
Benefits (See Supplemental benefits.)
Blue-collar workers.......................................................
Brazil................................................................................
Budgets .........................................................................
Canada ...........................................................................
Civil servants (See Public employees.)
China ..............................................................................
Collective bargaining (See also Arbitration.)............
Comprehensive Employment and Training
Act o f 1973 ................................................................
Conferences and conventions.....................................
Construction ................................................................
Consumer Price Index (See alsoP rices.)....................
C on trols.........................................................................
Cost of living ................................................................
Defense .........................................................................
Denmark .......................................................................
Discrimination (See Equal Employment
Opportunity.)



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Fair Labor Standards Act .........................................
Farming (See Agriculture.)
Federal employees (See Public employees.)
Federal Mediation and Conciliation S erv ice............
Finland............................................................................
Foreign trade ................................................................
France ...........................................................................
Fringe benefits (See Supplemental benefits.)

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Germany .......................................................................
Government workers (See Public employees.)
Great Britain (See United Kingdom.)

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Immigration ................................................................
Imports (See Foreign trade.)
Incentive p la n s ..............................................................
Income (See Earnings and wages.)
Indexes (See also Prices.) ...........................................
India ..............................................................................
Industrial relations (See Labor-management
relations.)
Industrial Relations Research Association ..............
Inflation (See also Prices.)............................................
Institute o f Collective Bargaining and Group
Relations .....................................................................

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Health and s a f e t y .........................................................
Health and insurance p la n s.........................................
Hospitals.........................................................................
Hours of work ..............................................................
Housing (See Construction.)

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International Association of Fire Fighters .................
International Brotherhood o f Teamsters,
Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of
America (Ind.) ...............................................................
International Labor Organization ...............................
Ireland ...............................................................................
Israel .................................................................................
Italy ..................................................................................
Japan .................................................................................
Job satisfaction ...............................................................
Jobseeking m e th o d s.......................................................
Job vacancies (See also Quit rate.) ..............................

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Labor costs (See Unit labor cost.)
Labor fo rce.......................................................................
Labor h is to r y ...................................................................
Labor l a w .........................................................................
Labor-management relations .......................................
Labor m a rk et...................................................................
Labor organizations .......................................................
Labor requirements .......................................................
Latin America ................................................................
L eisu re..............................................................................
Longshore w orkers..........................................................
Luxembourg.....................................................................

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M alaysia............................................................................
Manpower Development and Training A c t .................
Manufacturing ................................................................
Maritime .........................................................................
M ediation.........................................................................
Medical c a r e .....................................................................
Mexico . . ..........................................................................
Minority workers ............................................................
M o b ility ............................................................................
Multinational corporations............................................
Multiple j obholders .......................................................

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National Labor Relations Board (See also
Decisions.) .....................................................................
National Education Association .................................
New Zealand ...................................................................
Nonfinancial corporations ............................................
Norway ............................................................................

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Occupational safety and health ...................................
O ccupations.....................................................................
Older workers ................................................................

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Pensions (See also Supplemental benefits.)................. 14
Population....................................................................... 14
Poverty (See also Unemployment.)..............................
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Prices ..............................................................................
Productivity..................................................................
Projections.....................................................................
Public employees .........................................................

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Quality ch a n g e..............................................................
Quit r a te .........................................................................

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Rehabilitation
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Retirement (See also Pensions.) ................................
Romania .......................................................................
Russia (See U.S.S.R.)

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Safety (See Health and safety.)
Salaries (See Earnings and wages.)
Scientists .......................................................................
Seniority .......................................................................
Social security .............................................................
Social welfare .............................................................
South Africa ................................................................
South America ...........................................................
Special Labor Force Reports .....................................
State governm ent.........................................................
Statistics .......................................................................
Steelworkers ................................................................
Strikes (See Work stoppages.)
Subemployment (See Employment;
Unemployment.)
Supplemental benefits ................................................
Survey methods ...........................................................
Sweden .........................................................................
Switzerland ..................................................................
Teachers.........................................................................
Technological change ................................................
Trade Expansion Act of 1962 ..................................
Trade unions (See Labor organizations.)
Training (See Education and training.)
T u rk ey ...........................................................................
Underemployment (See Employment;
Unemployment.)
Unemployment (See also Employment;
Labor force.) ..............................................................
Unemployment insurance .........................................
Union membership .....................................................
Union representation elections ................................
Unions (See Labor organizations.)
Unit labor c o s t ..............................................................
United Automobile Workers .....................................
United Kingdom .........................................................
United Steelworkers of America ..............................

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U.S.S.R............................................................................
Urban employment surveys.........................................
V eterans.........................................................................
Wage calendar ..............................................................
Wage-price p o lic y .........................................................
Wages (See Earnings and wages.)
Welfare plans ................................................................
Welfare r e fo r m ..............................................................
West Germany ...........................................................
White-collar workers ..................................................
Wholesale Price Index (See Prices.)
W om en...........................................................................
Workers’ compensation ..............................................

Working life ..................................................................
Work injuries and illnesses...........................................
Work motivation .........................................................
Work stoppages ...........................................................

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Youth (See Labor force, youth.)

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DECISIONS .......................................................................
Court decisions..............................................................
National Labor Relations Board decisions ..............
BOOKS REVIEWED (LISTED BY A U T H O R )...........

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AUTHORS .........................................................................

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SUBJECT

ABSENTEEISM

APPRENTICESHIP (See Education and training.)

Absence from w o rk -a look at some national data. 1973 July
24-30.
U nscheduled absence from w ork— update. 1975 Aug. 36-39.
an

ARBITRATION (See also Collective bargaining.)

ACCIDENTS (See W ork injuries.)

AFL-CIO
AFL-CIO convention, 1971. 1972 Jan. 67-69.
AFL-CIO focus: econom y, farm w orkers, and w om en’s rights. 1975
Dec. 4 2 -46.
ILO accom plishm ents—
organized lab o r’s view. 1975 May 37-39.
National politics dom inates AFL-CIO convention. 1973 Dec.
59-60.
AGRICULTURE
ALF-CIO focus: econom y, farm w orkers, and w om en’s rights. 1975
Dec. 4 2 -46.
Collective farm s in C om m unist China. 1973 Mar. 45-50.
Em ploym ent in agriculture: a profile. 1974 Apr. 28-32.
G reen revolution in Latin Am erica: Incom e effects, policy deci­
sions. 1972 Mar. 20-27.
Unem ploym ent insurance for farm w orkers. 1973 July 43.
AMERICAN ASSEMBLY
Papers from 43d m eeting, N ovem ber 1973. 1974 Feb. 57-59.
AMERICAN ECONOM IC ASSOCIATION
Papers from annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1973. 1974 Mar. 42-44.
Rethinking the allocation of resources in social research. 1974
June 36-39.
Social experim ents: their uses and lim itations. 1974 June 28-35.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNM ENT EMPLOYEES
A m erican Federation of G overnm ent Employees 23d convention.
1972 Nov. 51-53.
Finances and constitution are AFGE convention issues. 1974 Nov.
51-52.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MU­
NICIPAL EMPLOYEES
Harmony prevails at AFSCM E convention. 1974 Aug. 54-56.
State, C ounty and M unicipal Employees convention, 1972. 1972
Aug. 38-39.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS
Am erican Federation of T eachers endorses m erger talks with
NEA. 1973 Oct. 43-44.
Am erican Federation of T eachers 56th annual convention. 1972
Oct. 55-56.




A rbitration: the steel industry experim ent. 1972 Nov. 7-10.
A ttitudes toward m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975
Jan. 55-59.
Bargaining and arbitration in British civil service. 1973 Aug.
61-63.
Bargaining in 1975: oil, m aritime, postal talks top light agenda.
1974 Dec. 24-33.
Binding arbitration in the public sector. 1975 Apr. 53-56.
C an ad a’s discontent with strikes prom pts interest in arbitration.
1973 Aug. 63-64.
Com pulsory arbitration: The Australian experience. 1972 May
45-48.
Effect of the G ardner-D enver case on Title VII disputes. 1975
Mar. 46-48.
Expedited arbitration of labor grievances. 1975 Apr. 51-53.
Exploring alternatives to the strike— special section. 1973 Sept.
A
59-66.
A m ore activist approach by m ediators.
Some successful uses of interest arbitration.
Com bining m ediation and arbitration.
M ediation-arbitration: a trade union view.
M ediation-arbitration: reactions from rank and file.
Final offer arbitration—
initial experience in W isconsin. 1974 Sept.
39-43.
Final-offer arbitration: the Indianapolis experience. 1973 May
20-25.
FMCS and arbitration: problem s and prospects. 1971 Apr. 40-53.
Grievance and arbitration patterns in the Federal service. 1972
Nov. 23-30.
How other nations deal with em ergency disputes. 1972 May
37-43.
Improving arbitration: roles of parties and agencies. 1972 Nov.
15-22.
Is a ‘final offer’ ever final? 1974 Sept. 43-45.
M ediation-arbitration from the em ployer’s standpoint. 1973 Dec.
52-53.
Need for conciliation under Title VII, The. 1975 Mar. 48-50.
On improving arbitration: the transcript traum a. 1974 June 47-50.
Playboy Club International, Inc., D etroit Div. and Hotel, Motel
and R estaurant Employees, Local 705. (FMCS case.) 1973 Jan.
69-70.
Some attem pts to reduce arbitration costs and delays. 1972 Nov.
3-6.
Some ways to control arbitration costs: an arb itrato r’s view. 1975
June 31-33.
T ranscripts as chastening rods in labor arbitration. 1974 Oct.
55-56.
Using two new arbitration techniques. 1972 Nov. 11-14.
Why few arbitrators are deem ed acceptable. 1975 Sept. 27-30.
ASIA
Education levels and unem ploym ent in Asian countries. 1973 Nov.
58-59.
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ASSEMBLY OF GOVERNMENTAL EM PLOYEES
Assembly of G overnm ental Employees stresses professionalism.
1973 Nov. 56-57.
AUSTRALIA
Australian industrial relations— system in transition? 1975 Apr.
a
65-67.
Com pulsory arbitration: The Australian experience. 1972 May
45-48.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent in the U nited States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
AUSTRIA
Pension supplem ents based on need in five European countries.
1974 Mar. 48.
Wage agreem ents in A ustria. 1974 Jan. 69.
W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
AUTOMATION (See T echnological change.)

M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
C anada: Appraisal o f expected econom ic trends to 1980. 1973
Jan. 65-66.
C a n ad a ’s discontent with strikes prom pts interest in arbitration.
1973 Aug. 63-64.
Canadian ministry studies use of layoff notice. 1973 Sept. 80.
How other nations deal with em ergency disputes. 1972 May
37-43.
Labor union m em bership in C anada, 1971. 1972 June 54.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the United States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
Public sector bargaining: the Canadian experience. 1973 May
34-36.
Training com pletion: U.S. and C anada. 1972 July 39-40.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
Wage differentials betw een U.S. and Canada. 1975 Apr. 67-68.
CIVIL SERVANTS (See Public em ployees.)
CHINA

AUTO W ORKERS (UAW)

A dm inistrative and technical workers in China. 1973 July 51-52.
Collective farm s in Com m unist China. 1973 Mar. 45-50.

United A utom obile W orkers’ 23d constitutional convention. 1972
July 32-34.

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING (See also A rbitration.)

BARGAINING (See Collective bargaining.)
BELGIUM
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
Pension supplem ents based on need in five E uropean countries.
1974 M ar. 48.
BENEFITS (See Supplem ental benefits.)
BLUE-COLLAR W ORKERS
B lue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends. 1971 June 3-36.
Changing attitudes and patterns.
Analysis o f occupational wage differences.
Earnings and family incom e.
C om pensation per m an-hour and take-hom e pay.
C om m ent on the findings.
D iscontented blue-collar w orkers— case study. 1971 Apr. 25-32.
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Em ploym ent characteristics of low-wage w orkers. 1972 July 9-14.
Further look at the blue-collar blues. 1971 Nov. 40.
Has the blue-collar w orker’s position w orsened? 1971 Sept. 23-29.
BRAZIL
Brazil raises its minimum wage levels. 1973 Nov. 59.
BUDGETS
Family budgets and geographic differences in price levels. 1975
Apr. 8-15.
Retired co u p le ’s budget updated to:
A utum n 1971. 1972 July 35-36.
A utum n 1972. 1973 Oct. 45-50.
A utum n 1973. 1974 Oct. 57-61.
A utum n 1974. 1975 Oct. 42-46.
Setting national priorities: the 1973 b u d g e t-a review essay. 1972
Sept. 33-37.
Spring 1970 cost estim ates for urban family budgets. 1971 Jan.
59-61.
Urban family budgets updated to:
A utum n 1971. 1972 June 46-50.
A utum n 1972. 1973 Aug. 70-76.
A utum n 1973. 1974 Aug. 57-62.
A utum n 1974. 1975 June 42-48.
CANADA
C anada and the 4-day week. 1972 July 42-43.




Analysis of wage gains in 1974, An. 1975 Apr. 3-7.
Australian industrial relations— system in transition? 1975 Apr.
a
65-67.
Autos, trucking head increased 1976 bargaining activity. 1975
Dec. 11-21.
Bargaining in 1975: oil, maritim e, postal talks top light agenda.
1974 Dec. 24-33.
Binding arbitration in the public sector. 1975 Apr. 53-56.
C alendar of wage increases and negotiations:
1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
1974. 1974 Jan. 3-8.
1975. 1974 Dec. 24-33.
1976. 1975 Dec. 11-21.
City employee representation and bargaining policies. 1972 Nov.
43-50.
Collective bargaining and the media. 1974 Apr. 2.
Collective bargaining in higher education. 1973 May 33-34.
Collective bargaining settlem ents. 1975 Mar. 2.
Effect of escalators on wages in m ajor contracts expiring in 1974.
1974 July 27-32.
Emergency disputes and public policy. 1971 Aug. 42-45.
Employee rights under an agreem ent: A current evaluation. 1971
Aug. 52-56.
Factfinding in public em ployee negotiations. 1972 Feb. 60-64.
Factfinding in teach er disputes: the Wisconsin experience. 1974
Oct. 47-51.
G overnm ent intervention in railroad disputes. 1971 Dec. 27-34.
How other nations deal with em ergency disputes. 1972 May
37-43.
Inflation policies and collective bargaining. 1971 Aug. 48-52.
Institute of Collective Bargaining and G roup Relations, Collective
Bargaining Forum , June 7-8, 1973, Papers from. 1973 Sept.
33-66.
Layoff and recall provisions in m ajor agreem ents. 1971 July
41-46.
N egotiated health program s: the California experience. 1975 Apr.
37-42.
NLRB rem edies for unfair labor practices. 1971 Mar. 53-57.
N L R B ’s regulation of union job control. 1971 Mar. 59-62.
On improving aribtration: the transcript traum a. 1974 June 47-50.
Physicians’ and dentists’ bargaining organizations: a prelim inary
look. 1975 June 33-35.
Public sector strikes--legislative and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept.
19-22.
R ecognition, negotiation, and work stoppages in hospitals. 1971
May 54-58.

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Review of wage gains in 1973, A. 1974 Apr. 17-20.
Scheduled wage increases and escalator provisions in 1975. 1975
Jan. 43-48.
Seniority adm inistration in m ajor agreem ents. 1972 Dec. 36-39.
Social cost of bargaining: A European perspective. 1971 Aug.
56-59.
Some ways to control arbitration costs: an a rb itrato r’s view. 1975
June 31-33.
Strike benefits of national unions. 1975 Mar. 17-23.
T ranscripts as chastening rods in labor arbitration. 1974 Oct.
55-56.
Wage changes and bargaining gains in 1972. 1973 Apr. 17-20.
COM PREHENSIVE EM PLOYM ENT AND TRAINING ACT OF
1973

Intergovernm ental relations under the new m anpow er act. 1974
June 10-16.
CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS
Conferences
Am erican Assembly, Papers from 43d m eeting, Novem ber 1973.
1974 Feb. 57-59.
A m erican Econom ic A ssociation. Papers from annual m eeting,
D ecem ber 1973. 1974 M ar. 42-44.
Assembly of G overnm ental Employees. 21st annual meeting. 1973
Nov. 56-57.
Industrial Relations R esearch Association. Papers from:
23d annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1970. 1971 Mar. 51-62, Apr.
60-64.
24th annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1971. 1972 Apr. 15-26.
25th annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1972. 1973 Apr. 4 9 -60, May
26-40.
26th annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1973. 1974 Mar. 31-42, Apr.
41-52.
27th annual m eeting, D ecem ber 1974. 1975 Mar. 35-50, Apr.
37-56, May 35-48.
Institute of Collective Bargaining and G roup Relations. Papers
from 3d annual Collective Bargaining Forum , May 1971. 1971
Aug. 42-59.
International Labor Conference:
55th, O ctober 1970. 1971 Feb. 49-54.
56th, June 1971. 1971 Sept. 30-37.
57th, June 1972. 1972 Sept. 38-46.
58th, June 1973. 1973 O ct. 28-33.
59th, June 1974. 1974 Sept. 55.
North A m erican C onference on Labor Statistics. Papers from an­
nual m eeting, June 1971. 1971 Sept. 38-50.
Conventions
A m erican Federation o f G overnm ent Employees:
23d biennial convention. 1972 Nov. 51-53.
24th biennial convention. 1974 Nov. 51-52.
AFL-CIO:
9th biennial constitutional convention, N ovem ber 1971. 1972
Jan. 67-69.
10th biennial convention, O ctober 1973. 1973 Dec. 59-60.
11th biennial convention, O ctober 1975. 1975 Dec. 42-46.
International Association of Fire Fighters 31st annual convention,
August 1972. 1972 Oct. 52-55.
International
B rotherhood
of
T eam sters,
Chauffeurs,
W arehousem en and H elpers of A m erica (Ind.), 20th constitu­
tional convention, July 1971. 1971 Sept. 54-55.
International L ongshorem en’s and W arehousem en’s Union (Ind.),
19th biennial convention, April 1971. 1971 Aug. 60-62.
International L ongshorem en’s Association (A FL-C IO ), 42d con­
vention, July 1971. 1971 Oct. 72.
International Union of D istrict 50, Allied and Technical W orkers
of the U nited States and C anada, 4th constitutional convention,
August 1971. 1971 Oct. 74.
National E ducation Association:
51st, June 1972. 1972 Sept. 55-56.
111th, July 1973. 1973 Sept. 67-68.




1 12th, July 1974. 1974 Sept. 46-47.
United Autom obile W orkers:
23d constitutional convention, April
24th constitutional convention, June
United Steelworkers of America:
16th biennial convention, Septem ber
17th biennial convention, Septem ber

1972. 1972 July 32-34.
1974. 1974 Aug. 52-54.
1972. 1972 Nov. 53-54.
1974. 1974 Dec. 47-48.

CONSTRUCTION
C om m ent on wage-price restraints in construction. 1972 Jan. 70.
C onstruction m anpow er needs by 1980. 1971 July 12-18.
Discrimination, m onopsony, and union power in the building
trades. 1972 Apr. 24-26.
L abor and m aterial requirem ents for apartm ent construction. 1975
Jan. 70-73.
L abor and m aterials required for highway construction. 1973 June
40-45.
Labor requirem ents for:
C onstruction of single-family houses. 1971 Sept. 12-14.
Federal highway construction. 1975 Dec. 31-36.
Public housing. 1972 Apr. 40-42.
M inorities in construction referral unions—
revisited. 1973 May
43-46.
Minority w orkers in construction referral unions. 1972 May 17-26.
Pension plan provisions in construction industry, 1973. 1975 Mar.
63-64.
Prefabricated construction: Developm ents abroad. 1972 May
27-36.
Productivity in the ready-mixed concrete industry. 1973 May
12-15.
Program s for providing winter jobs in construction. 1971 Feb.
24-32.
Surveying the gaps in construction statistics. 1971 Feb. 33-37.
Wage differentials betw een skilled and unskilled building trades.
1974 Oct. 64-66.
W age-price restraints in construction. 1971 Sept. 46-47.
W hat subcontractors pay construction workers. 1972 Sept. 57-59.
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (See also Prices.)
D eterm ining the effects of quality change on the CPI. 1971 May
27-32.
M easuring regional price change in urban areas. 1973 Oct. 34-38.
New consum er price indexes by size of city. 1972 Aug. 3-8.
New CPI by size of city shows larger increases in big areas. 1973
Mar. 55-57.
Price indexes by size o f city:
1973 Mar. 55-57, June 54-55, Sept. 73-74, Dec. 65-67.
South and sm aller areas led 1973 regional and city-size C PI’s.
1974 May 59-64.
Southern cities again paced consum er price rise in 1974. 1975
May 53-57.
U pdating the C onsum er Price Index— overview. 1974 July 3-20.
an
CONTROLS
Com m ent on wage-price restraints in construction. 1972 Jan. 70.
Indexing: the Brazilian solution and the U.S. econom y. 1974 Nov.
57-58.
Minimizing the effect of controls. 1974 Mar. 39-42.
Pay Board assessment of wage controls. 1973 Apr. 21-23.
Problem s in form ulating a general pay standard. 1974 Mar. 31-34.
Reconciling Labor D epartm ent and stabilization agency wage data.
1973 Apr. 24-30.
Wage and price controls during the Am erican revolution. 1973
Sept. 3-10.
W age-price controls and incom es policies. 1974 Mar. 34-39.
W age-price restraints in construction. 1971 Sept. 46-47.
COST OF LIVING
Adjusting wages to living costs: a historical note. 1974 July 21-26.
Cost-of-living escalation of pensions. 1972 June 21-24.
Cost-of-living indexes for Am ericans living abroad:
1972 Apr. 46-47; July 41-42; O ct. 65.
1973 Jan. 66; Apr. 69; July 4 8-49; Oct. 56.

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1974 Jan. 69; Apr. 63; July 61; Oct. 62.
1975 Feb. 76; July 49; Nov. 71.
Em ploym ent and personal consum ption expenditures. 1972 Mar.
39-47.
Exploring the distribution of earned incom e. 1972 Dec. 16-27.
Factors affecting trends in real spendable earnings. 1973 May
16-19.
Family budgets and geographic differences in price levels. 1975
Apr. 8-15.
Retired c o u p le ’s budget updated to:
A utum n 1971. 1972 July 35-36.
A utum n 1972. 1973. O ct. 45-50.
A utum n 1973. 1974 O ct. 57-61.
Autum n 1974. 1975 O ct. 42-46.
Spring 1970 cost estim ates for urban family budgets. 1971 Jan.
59-61.
Tax effects in m easures of econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.
Two m easures of purchasing pow er contrasted. 1971 Apr. 3-14.
Urban family budgets updated to:
A utum n 1971. 1972 June 46-50.
A utum n 1972. 1973 Aug. 70-76.
A utum n 1973. 1974 Aug. 57-62.
A utum n 1974. 1975 June 42-48.
Usual weekly earnings o f A m erican workers. 1972 Mar. 28-38.
DEFENSE
Defense engineers: Do they have special reem ploym ent problem s?
1971 July 52-54.
Em ploym ent effects of reduced defense spending. 1971 Dec. 3-11.
O ccupational im pact of defense expenditures. 1971 Dec. 12-15.
DENMARK
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
Problem s in m easuring unem ploym ent. 1975 Aug. 3-10.
Universal sick pay coverage adopted in D enm ark. 1973 July
49-50.
DISCRIM INATION (See Equal Em ploym ent O pportunity.)
EARNINGS AND WAGES
General
Adjusting wages of living costs: a historical note. 1974 July 21-26.
A m endm ents to the Federal minimum wage law, The 1974. 1974
July 33-37.
Analysis of wage gains in 1974, An. 1975 Apr. 3-7.
Annual earnings of household heads. 1975 Aug. 14-21.
A rea sample changes in the area wage survey program . 1975 May
49-5 0.
A rea wage survey test focuses on part-tim ers. 1974 Apr. 60-62.
Brazil raises its minimum wage levels. 1973 Nov. 59.
C alendar of wage increases and negotiations:
1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
1974. 1974 Jan. 3-8.
1975. 1974 Dec. 24-33.
1976. 1975 Dec. 11-21.
Changes in employee com pensation, 1966 to 1972. 1975 Mar.
10-16.
Com parability wage program s. 1971 Sept. 38-43.
Developing a general wage index. 1971 M ar 3-8.
D ifferences in hourly earnings betw een m en and women. 1971
May 9-15.
D ifferences in reporting family incom e. 1973 Apr. 46-48.
Differentials and overlaps in earnings of blacks and whites. 1971
Dec. 16-26.
Econom ic situation of Spanish A m ericans. 1973 Apr. 3-9.
Effect of changes in paym ent system on productivity in Sweden.
1973 M ar. 51-52.
Effect of escalators on wages in m ajor contracts expiring in 1974.
1974 July 27-32.




Em ploym ent and Earnings Inadequacy: A m easure of w orker wel­
fare. 1973 Oct. 19-27.
E m ploym ent characteristics of low-wage workers. 1972 July 9-14.
Exploring the distribution of earned incom e. 1972 Dec. 16-27.
Factors affecting trends in real spendable earnings. 1973 May
16-19.
Health and the education-earnings relationship. 1973 Apr. 61-63.
Im pact of health on earnings and labor m arket activity. 1972 Oct.
46-49.
Im proved area wage survey indexes. 1975 May 30-34.
Im proving area wage survey indexes. 1973 Jan. 52-57.
Incom e policy and the price system. 1971 Aug. 45-48.
M anpow er training and earnings. 1975 Apr. 46-48.
M easures of change in real wages and earnings. 1972 Feb. 48-53.
M easuring union-nonunion earnings differences. 1974 Dec. 3-9.
New m easures of w age-rate change. 1974 Dec. 10-15.
O ccupational rankings for men and wom en by earnings. 1974 Aug.
34-51.
O lder workers: incom e and em ploym ent. 1972 Jan. 71.
Pay Board assessment of wage controls. 1973 Apr. 21-23.
Pay differences betw een men and wom en in the same job. 1971
Nov. 36-39.
Purchasing pow er o f workers in the Soviet Union. 1971 May
39-45.
Q uantitative research on the minimum wage. 1975 Apr. 44-46.
R ecent trends in retirem ent benefits related to earnings. 1972 June
12- 2 0 .

Reconciling L abor D epartm ent and stabilization agency wage data.
1973 Apr. 24-30.
R eport on self-em ployed A m ericans in 1973. 1975 Jan. 49-54.
Review of wage gains in 1973, A. 1974 Apr. 17-20.
Rise of prices and pay adjustm ents in Italy. 1973 July 47-48.
Rom anian earnings data. 1972 Oct. 62-64.
Scheduled wage increases and escalator provisions in 1975. 1975
Jan. 43-48.
Tax effects in m easures of econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.
T rends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74. 1975 Feb. 45-52.
T rends in weekly earnings: an analysis. 1975 Aug. 22-32.
Two m easures of purchasing power contrasted. 1971 Apr. 3-14.
Usual weekly earnings of Am erican workers. 1972 Mar. 28-38.
W age and price controls during the Am erican Revolution. 1973
Sept. 3-10.
Wage changes and bargaining gains in 1972. 1973 Apr. 17-20.
W age differentials betw een U.S. and Canada. 1975 Apr. 67-68.
W om en’s earnings: recent trends and long-run prospects. 1974
May 23-26.
Young w orkers and their earnings. 1971 July 3-11.
Specified industries
Airlines, August 1970. 1971 Dec. 68-72.
Analyzing earnings differentials in industry wage surveys. 1974
June 56-59.
Apparel:
Dresses, August 1971. 1973 M ar. 57-58.
Hosiery m anufacturing:
1969. Oct. 61.
Septem ber 1970. 1972 Jan. 71-72.
Septem ber 1973. 1975 Mar. 56-58.
Separate trousers, m en ’s and boys’, January 1971. 1972 Mar.
53-54.
Separate trousers, m en ’s and boys’, June 1974. 1975 Nov.
63-65.
Shirts, m en ’s and boys’, July 1974. 1975 Sept. 48-50.
Shirts, m en’s and boys’, O ctober 1971. 1973 Jan. 60-61.
Suits and coats, m en ’s and boys’, April 1970. 1971 June
76-77.
Suits and coats, m en’s and boys’, April 1973. 1974 May
69-72.
Suits and coats, w om en’s and m isses’, August 1970. 1971 Nov.
58-59.
A uto dealer repair shops, June 1973. 1975 Sept. 45-48.
Banking, N ovem ber 1969. 1971 Apr. 57-59.
Building trades, skilled and unskilled, July 1973. 1974 Oct. 64-66.
Candy m anufacturing, August 1970. 1971 Nov. 59-60.

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Chemical plants, June 1971. 1972 Oct. 57-58.
Cigarette m anufacturing, M ay-June 1971. 1972 Mar. 54-55.
Cigar plants, M arch 1972. 1973 June 56-57.
Com m ent on wage-price restraints in construction. 1972 Jan. 70.
Com m ercial and savings banks, N ovem ber 1973. 1975 May 59-61.
C om m unications, D ecem ber 1973. 1975 Jan. 73-74.
Com paring m unicipal salaries with industry and Federal pay. 1971
Oct. 46-50.
Com paring union and nonunion wages in m anufacturing. 1971
May 20-26.
C onstruction, 1969. 1972 Sept. 57-59.
C onstruction, Septem ber 1972. 1974 Aug. 71-75.
C ontract cleaning, July 1971. 1973 M ar. 53-55.
D epartm ent stores, Septem ber 1973. 1975 Apr. 61-64.
Earnings differences in m achinery m anufacturing. 1974 July
38-47.
Electric and gas utilities, N ovem ber 1972. 1974 Nov. 53-54.
E lectronic d ata processing, February 1973. 1975 Mar. 51-56.
Fertilizer plants, April 1971. 1972 Aug. 40-41.
Flour mills, May 1972. 1973 O ct. 51-52.
Footw ear, M arch 1971. 1973 June 57-58.
Foundries, nonferrous, June 1970. 1971 Sept. 56-57.
Furniture, O ctober 1971. 1973 June 58-60.
Glassware m anufacturing, May 1970. 1971 June 77.
G rocery stores, July 1971. 1973 May 47-49.
G rocery w orkers, July 1973. 1975 Feb. 72-74.
Hospitals, State and local governm ent, August 1972. 1974 Apr.
56-57.
Hotels and m otels, June 1973. 1975 M ar. 60-63.
L eather tanning, M arch 1973. 1974 Dec. 61-62.
Life insurance, D ecem ber 1971. 1973 Aug. 66-68.
M achinery, nonelectrical, w inter 1970-71. 1972 July 37-39.
M eat industry, M arch 1974. 1975 Dec. 53-55.
Metal mining, Septem ber 1972. 1974 Apr. 59-60.
Milk industry, N ovem ber 1973. 1975 May 57-59.
N onelectrical m achinery, February 1973. 1974 Nov. 55-57.
Paint and varnish m anufacturing, N ovem ber 1970. 1972 Feb.
65-66.
Paperboard container and box plants, M arch 1970. 1971 Aug.
63-64.
Paperm aking, N ovem ber 1972. 1974 Apr. 58-59.
Petroleum and gas, August 1971. 1973 A ugust 68-69.
Petroleum refining, April 1971. 1972 May 54-55.
Printing industry, July 1974 1975 Sept. 43-45.
Printing trades, July 1973. 1975 Feb. 69-71.
R estaurants and hotels, M arch 1970. 1971 July 47-51.
Steel foundries, N ovem ber 1973. 1975 Nov. 62-63.
Steel industry, Septem ber 1972. 1974 Aug. 75-77.
Synthetic fibers m anufacturing, D ecem ber 1970. 1971 Nov. 55-56.
T ex t il e d y e in g and finishing, D e c e m b e r 1 9 7 0 . 1 9 7 2 Apr . 4 2 - 4 3 .

Textile mills, August 1971. 1972 Sept. 59-60.
Wage differences among m anufacturing establishm ents. 1971 May
16-19.
W age-price restraints in construction. 1971 Sept. 46-47.
W here wom en w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.

Specified occupations
Blue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends. 1971 June 3-36.
Changing attitudes and patterns.
Analysis o f occupational wage differences.
Earnings and family incom e.
C om pensation per m an-hour and take-hom e pay.
A com m ent on the findings.
Firemen and policem en, January 1972. 1972 Oct. 59-60.
M easuring annual earnings of household heads in production jobs.
1974 Apr. 3-11.
Nursing hom e, May 1973. 1975 Mar. 58-60.
Pay for police and, firefighters. 1975 Oct. 55.
Telephone and telegraph workers:
D ecem ber 1969. 1971 Jan. 61-62.
D ecem ber 1970. 1972 Aug. 43-44.
D ecem ber 1972. 1974 July 57-58.
Transit em ployees, July 1973. 1974 July 55-56.




T ransit em ployees, July 1974. 1975 July 47-48.
Truckdrivers, July 1973. 1974 Sept. 53-54.
Truckdrivers, July 1974. 1975 Sept. 50-51.
TV and appliance technicians, Septem ber 1972. 1974 July 53-55.
W here women w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.
W hite-collar workers:
1971 Jan. 53-56, 57-59.
1972 Jan. 72-74, Dec. 39-41.
1973 Oct. 53-55.
1974 Oct. 63-64.
1975 Oct. 52-54.
ECONOM IC DEVELOPM ENT AND GROW TH
Econom ic growth and ecology— biologist’s view. 1971 Nov. 3-13.
a
Econom ic growth and ecology— econom ist’s view. 1971 Nov.
an
14-21.
Helping underdeveloped countries tackle unemploym ent. 1971
May 60-61.
Job-creating potential o f Federal spending. 1975 Nov. 66-68.
Regional developm ent of Japan. 1972 June 53-54.
ECONOM IC PO LICIES AND PROGRAMS
AFL-CIO focus: econom y, farm workers, and w om en’s rights. 1975
Dec. 42-46.
Econom ic indicators issued by States. 1971 Sept. 47-50.
Econom ic policy and inflation in the 1960’s— review essay. 1973
a
Nov. 49-52.
Econom ics and politics. 1974 Feb. 2.
Emergency disputes and public policy. 1971 Aug. 42-45.
Has the potential o utput of the U.S. econom y been misstated?
1974 Dec. 34-42.
Indexing: the Brazilian solution and the U.S. economy. 1974 Nov.
57-58.
Internal and external functions of the Council of Economic Ad­
visers. 1974 Mar. 42-43.
Labor and the econom y in:
1970. 1971 Jan. 3-13.
1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
1972. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
1973. 1974 Jan. 9-21.
1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
Labor m arkets and m anpow er policies in perspective. 1972 Sept.
22-28.
Maximum efficient rate of recovery. 1974 Mar. 2.
N um eraire. 1974 M ar. 2.
Problem s in form ulating a general pay standard. 1974 Mar. 31-34.
Q uantitative research on the minimum wage. 1975 Apr. 44-46.
Rethinking the allocation of resources in social research. 1974
June 36-39.
Setting national priorities: the 1973 b u d g e t-a review essay. 1972
Sept. 33-37.
Social experim ents: their uses and limitations. 1974 June 28-35.
State and local governm ent spending in 1975. 1971 Aug. 19-28.
Statistical needs for setting policy. 1971 Sept. 43-45.
T hree pitfalls for presidential advisers. 1974 Mar. 43-44.
United States econom y in 1985, The. 1973 Dec. 3-42.
An overview of BLS projections.
Population and labor force projections.
Projected changes in occupation.
Projections of G N P, incom e, output, and employm ent.
W age-price controls and incom es policies. 1974 Mar. 34-39.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
A further view on laboratory education. 1971 Mar. 63-65.
A m erican Federation of Teachers 56th annual convention. 1972
O ct. 55-56.
BLS pilot survey of training in industry, The. 1974 Feb. 26-32.
Breadth of training in apprenticeship. 1975 May 46-47.
Collective bargaining in higher education. 1973 May 33-34.
Developing reliable data on training in industry. 1974 Feb. 33-37.
Education A m endm ents of 1972. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
Educational attainm ent of workers:

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M arch 1971. 1971 Nov. 30-35.
M arch 1972. 1972 Nov. 38-42.
M arch 1973. 1974 Jan. 58-62.
M arch 1974. 1975 Feb. 64-69.
Education and job training of scientists and engineers. 1973 Nov.
5 4 - 55.
Education and labor m arket tightness. 1974 Oct. 51-53.
E ducation levels and unem ploym ent in Asian countries. 1973 Nov.
58-59.
Education o f workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov. 22-31.
Employer and union reactions to foreign training practices. 1974
Feb. 65 -6 6 .
Faculty unionism in institutions of higher education. 1974 Apr.
48-51.
Going back to school at 35. 1973 Oct. 39-42.
Going back to school at 35 and over. 1975 Dec. 47-50.
Health and the education-earnings relationship. 1973 Apr. 61-63.
How union leaders view job training program s. 1971 Apr. 65-66.
Investm ent in hum an capital and black-white unem ploym ent. 1975
July 13-21.
Job C orps experience with m anpow er training. 1975 O ctober
3-11.
Job training program s in urban poverty areas. 1971 Aug. 36-41.
L abor m arket ‘tw ist,’ 1964-69, The. 1971 July 26-36.
Lessons for A m erican apprenticeship from foreign innovations.
1975 May 47-48.
M anpow er evaluations: vulnerable but useful. 1975 Apr. 51.
M anpow er program s for crim inal offenders. 1972 Aug. 17-24.
M anpow er training and earnings. 1975 Apr. 46-48.
M anpow er training and lifetime em ploym ent in Japan. 1974 Nov.
43-45.
M anpow er training in Japan. 1973 Sept. 16-24.
M easurem ent and analysis of work training. 1975 Sept. 19-26.
N ational Education A ssociation’s 51st convention. 1972 Sept.
5 5 - 56.
R ecurrent education and m anpow er training in G reat Britain. 1975
Sept. 30-34.
Role of on-the-job training in a clinical laboratory. 1971 Mar.
65-69.
Statistical effect of w ork-training program s on the unem ploym ent
rate. 1972 Sept. 7-13.
Training com pletion: U.S. and C anada. 1972 July 39-40.
‘Vocational training revolution’ in France, The. 1974 Jan. 69.
W here wom en w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.
W omen in professional training. 1974 May 41-43.
W omen in professional train in g -an update. 1975 Nov. 49-51.
EM ERGENCY EM PLOYM ENT ACT
Em ergency Em ploym ent Act: An interim assessment. 1972 June
3-11.
EM PLOYM ENT (See also L abor force; U nem ploym ent.)
A 25-year look at em ploym ent as m easured by two surveys. 1973
July 14-23.
C om paring em ploym ent shifts in 10 industrialized countries. 1971
Oct. 3-11.
Defense engineers: Do they have special reem ploym ent problem s?
1971 July 52-54.
Effect o f the energy crisis on em ploym ent. 1974 Aug. 8-16.
Em ergency Em ploym ent Act: An interim assessment. 1972 June
3-11.
Em ploym ent among the poor of six central cities. 1973 Oct.
52-53.
Em ploym ent and earnings inadequacy: a m easure of w orker wel­
fare. 1973 O ct. 19-27.
Em ploym ent and exports, 1963-72. 1973 Aug. 16-27.
Em ploym ent and personal consum ption expenditures. 1972 Mar.
39-47.
Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent am ong A m ericans of Spanish
origin. 1974 Apr. 12-16.
Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent in:
1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.




1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
First half of 1974. 1974 Aug. 3-7.
1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
First half of 1975. 1975 Aug. 11-13.
Em ploym ent characteristics of low-wage workers. 1972 July 9-14.
Em ploym ent Cost Index: a m easure of change in the ‘price of
lab o r.’ 1975 July 3-12.
Em ploym ent developm ents in the first half of 1973. 1973 Sept.
25-28.
Em ploym ent effects o f reduced defense spending. 1971 Dec. 3-11.
Em ploym ent in agriculture: a profile. 1974 Apr. 28-32.
Em ploym ent in m anufacturing during the ’6 9 - ’71 downturn. 1972
June 34-40.
Em ploym ent in the atom ic energy field:
1970. 1971 Oct. 51-54.
1971. 1972 Sept. 47-49.
1973. 1974 Sept. 23-27.
Em ploym ent of high school graduates and dropouts:
O ctober 1970. 1971 May 33-38.
O ctober 1971. 1972 May 49-53.
O ctober 1972. 1973 June 26-32.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Sept. 48-52.
O ctober 1975. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
Em ploym ent of recent college graduates:
O ctober 1971. 1973 Feb. 41-50.
O ctober 1972. 1974 Oct. 33-40.
Em ploym ent of school-age youth:
O ctober 1970. 1971 Aug. 13-18.
O ctober 1971. 1972 Aug. 25-30.
O ctober 1972. 1973 Sept. 11-15.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Oct. 66-67.
Em ploym ent of scientists and engineers in 1970. 1972 Apr. 43-44.
Em ploym ent situation of Vietnam -era veterans:
1971 Sept. 3-11.
1972 Dec. 7-15.
1974 Aug. 17-26.
Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
Exploring the adequacy of em ploym ent. 1973 Oct. 3-9.
Factors affecting the job status of workers with Spanish surnames.
1973 Apr. 10-16.
Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
France curbs its tem porary work agencies. 1972 Nov. 55-56.
How em ployers screen disadvantaged job applicants. 1972 Sept.
14 - 2 1 .

Industrial use of petroleum : effect on employment. 1974 Mar. 3-8.
Involuntary part-tim e work: a cyclical analysis. 1975 Sept. 12-18.
Jobs for veterans. 1973 Feb. 2.
Job situation of V ietnam -era veterans. 1974 Aug. 17-26.
L abor and the econom y in:
1970. 1971 Jan. 3-13.
1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
1973. 1974 Jan. 9-21.
1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
L abor force growth and the return to full employm ent. 1972 Feb.
29-39.
L abor force participation of men, 25-54, by race. 1975 July 40-42.
L abor in a year of econom ic stabilization. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
M anagerial jobseeking: m ethods and techniques. 1972 Dec. 29-30.
M anpow er im pact of Federal pollution control expenditures. 1975
June 54-56.
M anpow er program s for criminal offenders. 1972 Aug. 17-24.
M arital and family characteristics of the labor force:
M arch 1970. 1971 Mar. 46-50.
M arch 1971. 1972 Apr. 4-8.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
M arch 1973. 1974 Apr. 21-27.
M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 60-64.
M arch 1975. 1975 Nov. 52-56.
M ultiple jobholding:
1970 and 1971. 1971 Oct. 32-45.
May 1973. 1974 May 64-69.
May 1974. 1975 Feb. 60-64.
May 1975. 1975 Nov. 56-62.

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New Federal-State occupational em ploym ent statistics program .
1971 Oct. 12-17.
Occupational em ploym ent survey in printing and publishing. 1971
Nov. 56-58.
Older workers: income and em ploym ent. 1972 Jan. 71.
Open issues in public em ploym ent program s. 1975 May 29.
Pension provisions affecting the em ploym ent of older workers.
1973 Apr. 41-45.
Plunge of em ploym ent during the recent recession, The. 1975 Dec.
8- 10 .
Professional manpower: the job m arket turnaround. 1972 Oct.
9-15.
Regional differences in em ploym ent and unem ploym ent, 1957-72.
1974 M ar. 15-24.
Removing roadblocks to minority hiring. 1972 Apr. 23-24.
R eport on self-employed A m ericans in 1973, A. 1975 Jan. 49-54.
Role of the Job Bank in the placem ent process. 1972 Dec. 28-29.
Students and sum m er jobs. 1971 Feb. 55-62.
Students, graduates, and dropouts in the labor m arket, O ctober
1974. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization. 1975 May
13-23.
Trends in Federal em ploym ent, 1958-72. 1974 Oct. 17-25.
U.S. and U.S.S.R. civilian em ploym ent in governm ent. 1972 Aug.
44-46.
W omen in the labor force:
The early years. 1975 Nov. 3-9.
The m iddle years. 1975 Nov. 10-16.
The later years. 1975 Nov. 17-24.
W ork experience of the population:
1969. 1971 Jan. 45-52.
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.
1972. 1974 Feb. 48-56.
1973. 1974 Dec. 49-53.
1974. 1975 Oct. 47-52.
Young workers: in school and out. 1973 Sept. 11-15.
ENERGY REQUIREM ENTS
Effect of the energy crisis on em ploym ent. 1974 Aug. 8-16.
Effect of the energy crisis on em ploym ent in 172 industries. 1974
June 60.
Industrial use o f petroleum : effect on em ploym ent. 1974 Mar. 3-8.
Labor and the econom y in 1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
ENGINEERS
A ttitudes o f Federal scientists and engineers toward unions. 1975
Apr. 57-60.
C haracteristics of jobless engineers. 1972 Oct. 16-21.
Defense engineers: Do they have special reem ploym ent problem s?
1971 July 52-54.
E ducation and job training of scientists and engineers. 1973 Nov.
54-55.
Em ploym ent in the atom ic energy field:
1970. 1971 Oct. 51-54.
1971. 1972 Sept. 47-49.
1973. 1974 Sept. 23-27.
Em ploym ent of scientists and engineers in 1970. 1972 Apr. 43-44.
Mobility o f unem ployed engineers: a case study. 1973 May 41-43.
Persons in engineering, scientific, and technical occupations. 1974
Feb. 66.
Projected dem and for and supply of Ph. D. m anpow er, 1972-85.
1975 Dec. 52-53.
Reem ploym ent assistance for engineers, scientists, and technicians.
1974 May 72-73.

Evaluating the success of the EEOC compliance process. 1973
May 26-29.
Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
L abor and the econom y in 1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
Labor m arket changes for black men since 1964. 1975 Apr.
42-44.
M inority workers in construction referral unions. 1972 May 17-26.
N eed for conciliation under Title VII, The. 1975 Mar. 48-50.
Proposed revision of sex discrim ination guidelines. 1974 May 58.
Sex stereotyping: its decline in skilled trades. 1974 May 14-22.
W orking women and their m em bership in labor unions. 1974 May
27-33.
ESCALATOR CLAUSES
Analysis of wage gains in 1974, An. 1975 Apr. 3-7.
C alendar of wage increases and negotiations:
1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
1974. 1974 Jan. 3-8.
1975. 1974 Dec. 24-33.
1976. 1975 Dec. 11-21.
Does inflation ride escalators? Not yet, Pay Council study finds.
1975 Nov. 65-66.
Effect of escalators on wages in major contracts expiring in 1974.
1974 July 27-32.
Escalators and wage change: more comparisons. 1974 Oct. 54-55.
Escalators and wage change: the business cycle. 1974 Oct. 54.
Scheduled wage increases and escalator provisions in 1975. 1975
Jan. 43-48.
EUROPE
Com paring em ploym ent shifts in 10 industrialized countries. 1971
Oct. 3-11.
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
E uropean w orkers’ participation in m anagem ent. 1973 Feb. 9-15.
How other nations deal with emergency disputes. 1972 May
37-43.
Program s for providing winter jobs in construction. 1971 Feb.
24-32.
Regulation of private pension plans in Europe. 1971 Apr. 33-39.
Social security for m igrant workers in the European communities.
1972 Oct. 65.
Turkish labor and the European Econom ic Community. 1972 June
52-53.
Unit labor costs in eleven countries. 1971 Aug. 3-12.
EXPORTS (See Foreign trade.)
FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
FARMING (See A griculture.)
FEDERAL EM PLOYEES (See Public employees.)
FEDERAL MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION SERVICE
FMCS and arbitration: problem s and prospects. 1971 Apr. 40-45.
Playboy Club International, Inc., D etroit Div. and Hotel, Motel
and R estaurant Employees, Local 705. (FM CS case.) 1973 Jan.
69-70.
FINLAND

EQUAL EMPLOYM ENT OPPORTUNITY

Pension supplem ents based on need in five European countries.
1974 Mar. 48.

Consent decree on seniority in the steel industry. 1975 Mar.
43-46.
Discrimination, m onopsony, and union pow er in the building
trades. 1972 Apr. 24-26.
Effect of the G ardner-D enver case on Title VII disputes. 1975
Mar. 46-48.
Equal Em ploym ent O pportunity Act of 1972. 1973 Jan. 50-51.

Contrasting experiences with trade adjustm ent assistance. 1975
June 25-30.
Em ploym ent and exports, 1963-72. 1973 Aug. 16-27.
T rade adjustm ent assistance to w orkers displaced by imports, fiscal
1963-73. 1974 Jan. 63-65.




FOREIGN TRADE

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Trends in U.S. export prices and OPEC oil prices. 1975 Nov.
3 6 - 43.
Unions, devaluation, and foreign trade. 1972 Apr. 15-18.

Union report slow rise in health, insurance, and pension coverage.
1975 Jan. 67-70.
W orker health and safety: an area of conflicts. 1975 Sept. 3-11.

FRANCE

HEALTH AND INSURANCE PLANS

E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
France curbs its tem porary work agencies. 1972 Nov. 55-56.
Improving working life—
the role of E uropean unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Pension supplem ents based on need in five European countries.
1974 M ar. 48.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the U nited States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent in the U nited States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
‘V ocational training revolution’ in France, The. 1974 Jan. 69.

Changes in em ployee com pensation, 1966 to 1972. 1975 Mar.
10-16.
Changes in selected health care plans. 1975 Dec. 22-26.
Dental care added to Sw eden’s national health program . 1973 Oct.
57.
Em ployer expenditures for private retirem ent and insurance plans.
1972 July 15-19.
Health benefits and jo b loss. 1975 Apr. 2.
Sweden changes m aternity benefit to parent insurance. 1973 Aug.
78.
Unions report slow rise in health, insurance, and pension coverage.
1975 Jan. 67-70.

FRINGE BENEFITS (See Supplem ental benefits.)
GERMANY
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
G erm an retirem ent pensions m ade m ore flexible. 1973 O ct. 57.
Im proving working life—
the role of E uropean unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the U nited States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
U nem ploym ent in the U nited States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
GOVERNM ENT W ORKERS (See Public em ployees.)
GREAT BRITAIN (See U nited Kingdom.)
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Black Lung Benefits A ct o f 1972. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
Dental care added to Sw eden’s national health program . 1973 Oct.
57.
Determ ining eligibility for black-lung com pensation. 1974 Mar.
25-30.
Effect of health on duration o f unem ploym ent, The. 1974 Apr.
53-54.
Enforcing job safety: a m anagerial view. 1975 M ar. 36-39.
Enforcing job safety: a union view o f OSHA. 1975 Mar. 39-41.
Federal role in job safety and health, The. 1973 Aug. 28-55.
Forging a partnership with the States.
Inspection and enforcem ent at the w orkplace.
If a citation is appealed.
R esearch to determ ine w hat’s dangerous.
The new survey of occupational injuries and illnesses.
Health and the education-earnings relationship. 1973 Apr. 61-63.
How auxiliaries increase productivity o f dentists. 1971 Apr. 63-64.
Im pact o f health on earnings and labor m arket activity. 1972 Oct.
46-49.
Im provem ents in employee health care benefits. 1972 Aug. 31-34.
M otor vehicles and occupational injuries in New Y ork State. 1974
Dec. 57-61.
N egotiated health program s: the California experience. 1975 Apr.
3 7 - 42.
New approach to occupational safety and health statistics. 1972
Mar. 14-19.
OSHA and State job safety plans. 1974 Apr. 44-46.
Physician’s assistants and the licensing issue. 1971 Apr. 62-63.
Physician’s role in hospital m anagem ent. 1971 Apr. 60-62.
Role of on-the-job training in a clinical laboratory. 1971 Mar.
65-69.
Safety and health provisions before and after OSHA. 1975 Sept.
4 0 -43.
Setting priorities for NIOSH research. 1974 M ar. 41-43.
Three years o f OSHA: the view from within. 1975 Mar. 35-36.




HOSPITALS
Hospital and surgical insurance coverage. 1972 July 40.
Physician’s role in hospital m anagem ent. 1971 Apr. 60-62.
Recognition, negotiation, and work stoppages in hospitals. 1971
May 54-58.
W age differences narrow betw een governm ent and private
hospitals. 1974 Apr. 56-57.
HOURS OF W ORK
A look at the 4-day workweek. 1971 Oct. 33-37.
C anada and the 4-day week. 1972 July 42-43.
How many days m ake a workweek? 1975 Apr. 29-36.
Involuntary part-tim e work: a cyclical analysis. 1975 Sept. 12-18.
M easuring productivity under a 4-day week. 1974 Apr. 55-56.
New patterns for working time. 1973 Feb. 3-8.
R ecent trends in overtim e hours and premium pay. 1971 Aug.
29-35.
Seven-day production week proposed in India. 1973 June 64.
T rends in labor and leisure. 1971 Feb. 3-11.
T rends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74. 1975 Feb. 45-52.
W ork schedules and the rush hour. 1975 July 43-47.
HOUSING (See C onstruction.)
IM M IGRATION
Im m igrant M exicans and the U.S. work force. 1975 May 44-46.
Im pact of im m igration on the labor force. 1975 May 41-44.
IM PORTS (See Foreign trade.)
INCENTIVE PLANS
Analysis o f M ichigan’s experience with work incentives. 1971 Sept.
15-22.
Time and incentive pay practices in urban areas. 1971 Dec. 53-56.
INCOM E (See Earnings and wages.)
INDEXES (See also Prices.)
C om paring the behavior of two m easures of price change. 1973
Aug. 66.
Consum er Expenditure Survey, The 1972-73. 1974 Dec. 16-23.
Cost-of-living indexes for Am ericans living abroad:
1972 Apr. 46 -4 7 ; July 41-42; O ct. 65.
1973 Jan. 66; Apr. 69; July 4 8-49; Oct. 56.
1974 Jan. 69; Apr. 63; July 61; O ct. 62.
1975 Feb. 76; July 49; Nov. 71.
D eterm ining the effects of quality change on the CPI. 1971 May
27-32.
Developing a general wage index. 1971 Mar. 3-8.
Does inflation ride escalators? Not yet, Pay Council study finds.
1975 Nov. 65-66.
Em ploym ent C ost Index: a m easure of change in the ‘price of
lab o r.’ 1975 July 3-12.
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
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Family budgets and geographic differences in price levels. 1975
Apr. 8-15.
Improved area wage survey indexes. 1975 May 30-34.
Im provem ents in the industrial price program . 1975 May 51-52.
Indexing: the Brazilian solution and the U.S. econom y. 1974 Nov.
57-58.
Introducing price indexes for railroad freight. 1975 June 19-24.
M easuring regional price change in urban areas. 1973 Oct. 34-38.
New consum er price indexes by size of city. 1972 Aug. 3-8.
New hourly earnings index. 1971 Dec. 66-67.
Pension adjustm ent using wage and price indexes. 1974 Sept.
55-56.
Price indexes by size of city:
1973 M ar. 55-57, June 5 4 -55, Sept. 7 3 -74, Dec. 65-67.
Toward com prehensive m easurem ent of prices. 1971 Mar. 9-22.
Two m easures of purchasing pow er contrasted. 1971 Apr. 3-14.
Southern cities again paced consum er price rise in 1974. 1975
May 53-57.
Statistical characteristics of m ajor BLS series. 1974 July 48-52.
Subem ploym ent: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May
3-12.
Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization. 1975 May
13-23.
U pdating the Consum er Price Index— overview. 1974 July 3-20.
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INDIA
Seven-day production week proposed in India. 1973 June 64.
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (See L abor-m anagem ent relations.)
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
Papers from annual meeting:
23d, D ecem ber 1970. 1971 M ar. 51 -6 2 , Apr. 60-64.
24th, D ecem ber 1971. 1972 Apr. 15-26.
25th, D ecem ber 1972. 1973 Apr. 4 9 -6 0 , May 26-40.
26th, D ecem ber 1973. 1974 Mar. 3 1 -42, Apr. 41-52.
27th, D ecem ber 1974. 1975 M ar. 3 5 -50, Apr. 37-56, May
35-48.
Papers from spring m eeting, May 1973. 1973 Aug. 56-64.
INFLATION (See also Prices.)
Inflation policies and collective bargaining. 1971 Aug. 48-52.
Inflation versus unem ploym ent: another view o f the trade-off. 1971
Nov. 4 9 -54.
Inflation versus unem ploym ent: the worsening trade-off. 1971 Feb.
68-71.
M anpower approach to the unem ploym ent-inflation dilemma. 1971
May 51-54.
INSTITUTE OF CO LLECTIV E
RELATIONS

BARGAINING

AND GROUP

Papers from Collective Bargaining Forum:
3d annual, May 1971. 1971 Aug. 42-59.
5th annual, June 1973. 1973 Sept. 33-66.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS
International Association of Fire Fighters convention. 1972 Oct.
52-55.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAM STERS, CHAUF­
FEURS, WAREHOUSEMEN AND HELPERS OF AM ERICA

(Ind.)
International B rotherhood of Team sters convention. 1971 Sept.
54-55.
INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION
ILO accom plishm ents—
organized lab o r’s view. 1975 May 37-39.
ILO accom plishm ents—
the U.S. em ployers’ view. 1975 May 40-41.
ILO conference adopts standard on carcenogenic substances. 1974
Sept. 55.
ILO plan for solving the job crisis in Colom bia. 1971 Mar. 32-40.




Results of the 1972 International L abor Conference. 1972 Sept.
38-46.
Results of the 1973 International L abor Conference. 1973 Oct.
28-33.
Seam en and m odernization of m erchant shipping. 1971 Feb.
49-54.
Tripartism reaffirm ed by the 1971 International Labor Conference.
1971 Sept. 30-37.
U.S. participation in the ILO: a political dimension. 1975 May
35-37.
IRELAND
A ttitudes toward m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975
Jan. 55-59.
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
ISRAEL
Israeli m anpow er in perspective. 1974 Aug. 63-66.
Israel’s labor federation: a look at its current status. 1975 Nov.
69-71.
W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
ITALY
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
Improving working life—
the role of European unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Rise of prices and pay adjustm ents in Italy. 1973 July 47-48.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
JAPAN
Com puterizing labor m arket information in Japan. 1974 Feb.
60-64.
Ja p a n ’s labor e conom y-prospect for the future. 1972 Oct. 3-8.
Ja p a n ’s net national welfare provisionally com puted. 1973 July 50.
Ja p a n ’s public w orkers seek to regain the right to strike. 1973 Feb.
53.
M anpow er training and lifetime em ploym ent in Japan. 1974 Nov.
43-45.
M anpow er training in Japan. 1973 Sept. 16-24.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the United States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
Regional developm ent of Japan. 1972 June 53-54.
Unem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
Unem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
Union m em bership in Japan edged upward in 1972. 1973 July 51.
W orkers’ m orale in Japan. 1975 June 49-53.
JOB SATISFACTION
A bsence from w ork— look at some national data. 1973 July
a
24-30.
Adapting jobs to people: experim ents at Alcan. 1973 Apr. 49-51.
Asking the right questions on job satisfaction. 1973 Apr. 51-52.
Determ ining who are the ‘hidden unem ployed.’ 1973 Mar. 27-30.
D iscontented blue-collar w o rk e rs-a case study. 1971 Apr. 25-32.
D iscouraged w orkers and changes in unemploym ent. 1973 Mar.
8-16.
D iscouraged workers and unem ploym ent. 1974 Sept. 28-30.
Evaluating working conditions in A m erica. 1973 Nov. 32-41.
G overnm ent approaches to the hum anization of work. 1973 Apr.
52-54.
How d o workers view their work in Am erica? 1973 June 46-48.
How em ployers screen disadvantaged job applicants. 1972 Sept.
14-21.
How many days m ake a workweek? 1975 Apr. 29-36.
Im proving working life -th e role of E uropean unions. 1974 Sept.
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Job enrichm ent: a union view. 1973 Apr. 54-56.
Job redesign, reform , en richm ent-exploring the lim itations. 1973
July 35-41.
M iddle-aged jo b changers. 1973 June 60-61.
Six A m erican workers assess job redesign at Saab-Scania. 1975
Sept. 52-53.
W hat’s wrong with work in A m erica?— review essay. 1973 Mar.
a
38-44.
W orker dissatisfaction: a look at the causes. 1974 Feb. 57-58.
W orker dissatisfaction: a look at the econom ic effects. 1974 Feb.
58-59.
W orking conditions survey as a source of social indicators. 1971
Apr. 15-24.
JO BSEEK ING METHODS
Jobseeking m ethods used by A m erican w orkers. 1975 Aug. 39-42.
Jobseeking m ethods used by unem ployed workers. 1973 Feb.
35-40.
M ethods of looking for work in P hiladelphia’s inner city. 1973
May 49-51.
JOB VACANCIES (See also Q uit rate.)
Job tenure of workers, January 1973. 1974 Dec. 53-57.
Job vacancies, hires, quits, and layoffs in m anufacturing, 1972.
1973 Apr. 66-67.
Job vacancies in m anufacturing, 1969-73. 1974 Aug. 27-33.
Job vacancies in 1970. 1971 Feb. 20-21.
LABOR COSTS (See Unit labor cost.)
LABOR FO RCE

General
A rea wage survey test focuses on part-tim ers. 1974 Apr. 60-62.
Changes in the occupational structure of U.S. jobs. 1975 Mar.
24-34.
Disabled and the decline in m en ’s labor force participation, The.
1973 Nov. 53.
E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent am ong A m ericans of Spanish
origin. 1974 Apr. 12-16.
E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent in:
1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.
1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
First half o f 1974. 1974 Aug. 3-7.
1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
First half o f 1975. 1975 Aug. 11-13.
Em ploym ent in agriculture: a profile. 1974 Apr. 28-32.
Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
Im m igrant M exicans and the U.S. work force. 1975 May 44-46.
Im pact o f imm igration on the labor force. 1975 May 41-44.
Involuntary part-tim e work: a cyclical analysis. 1975 Sept. 12-18.
Job losers, leavers, and entrants: traits and trends. 1973 Aug.
3-15.
L abor force developm ents. 1974 Nov. 2.
L abor force developm ents, first quarter 1973. 1973 May 19.
L abor force participation of m en, 25-54, by race. 1975 July 40-42.
M anpow er decentralization. 1974 June 2.
M anpow er evaluations: vulnerable but useful. 1975 Apr. 51.
M anpow er im pact of Federal pollution control expenditures. 1975
June 54-56.
M anpow er im pact of purchases by State and local governm ents.
1973 June 33-39.
M anpow er program s for crim inal offenders. 1972 Aug. 17-24.
M anpow er revenue sharing. 1973 Apr. 2.
M igration and the labor force. 1974 Sept. 12-16.
New type o f working life table for men. 1972 July 20-27.
O ccupational m igration, discrim ination, and the central labor
force. 1971 Dec. 57-61.
O ccupational mobility of w orkers. 1975 Feb. 53-59.
On the decline of male labor force participation. 1972 Oct. 44-49.
Professional m anpow er: the job m arket turnaround. 1972 Oct.
9-15.




Profile of the tem porary help industry and its workers.
4 4 - 49.
Seasonal adjustm ent o f labor force series. 1973 May 52.
Sex stereotyping: its decline in skilled trades. 1974 May
Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization.
13-23.
Unutilized m anpow er in poverty areas of six U.S. cities.
4 5 - 52.
W ork experience of the population:
1969. 1971 Jan. 45-52.
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.
1972. 1974 Feb. 48-56.
1973. 1974 Dec. 49-53.
1974. 1975 Oct. 47-52.

1974 May

14-22.
1975 May
1971 Dec.

Characteristics
Analysis of unem ploym ent by household relationship. 1972 Aug.
9-16.
M arital and family characteristics of workers:
M arch 1970. 1971 Mar. 46-50.
M arch 1971. 1972 Apr. 4-8.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
M arch 1973. 1974 Apr. 21-27.
M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 60-64.
M arch 1975. 1975 Nov. 52-56.
M ultiple jobholding:
1970 and 1971.
1971
Oct. 32-45.
May 1973.
1974
May
64-69.
May 1974.
1975
Feb.
60-64.
May 1975.
1975
Nov.
56-62.
O ccupational characteristics of urban workers. 1971 Oct. 21-32.
R eport on self-em ployed A m ericans in 1973, A. 1975 Jan. 49-54.

Education
Educational attainm ent of workers:
M arch 1971. 1971 Nov. 30-35.
M arch 1972. 1972 Nov. 38-42.
M arch 1973. 1974 Jan. 58-62.
M arch 1974. 1975 Feb. 64-69.
Education of workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov. 22-31.

Projections
C onstruction m anpow er needs by 1980. 1971 July 12-18.
Education of workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov. 22-31.
Future o f work: T hree possible alternatives. 1972 May 3-11.
L abor force growth and the return to full employm ent. 1972 Feb.
29-39.
On the accuracy of labor force projections. 1972 Oct. 22-29.
Projected dem and for and supply o f Ph. D. m anpow er, 1972-85.
1975 Dec. 52-53.
U nited States econom y in 1985, The. 1973 Dec. 3-42.
An overview of BLS projections.
Population and labor force projections.
Projected changes in occupation.
Projections of G N P, incom e, output, and employm ent.
U.S. labor force: projections to 1990. 1973 July 3-13.

Women
Changes in the labor force status of women. 1973 Aug. 76.
Children of working m others:
M arch 1970. 1971 July 19-25.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 37-40.
M arch 1973. 1974 May 50-58.
M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 64-74.
L abor force activity o f m arried women. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
O ccupations o f wom en and black workers, 1962-74. 1975 Nov.
25-35.
W here wom en w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
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May 3-13.
W om en in professional training. 1974 May 41-43.
W om en in the labor force:
The early years. 1975 Nov. 3-9.
T he middle years. 1975 Nov. 10-16.

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The later years. 1975 Nov. 17-24.
W omen in the professions, 1890-1970. 1974 May 34-39.
W om en’s earnings: recent trends and long-run prospects. 1974
May 23-26.
Working women and the division of household tasks. 1972 Apr.
9-14.
Youth
College students and the m eaning of work. 1973 Nov. 42.
Em ploym ent of high school graduates and dropouts:
O ctober 1970. 1971 May 33-38.
O ctober 1971. 1972 May 49-53.
O ctober 1972. 1973 June 26-32.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Sept. 48-52.
Em ploym ent of recent college graduates. 1973 Feb. 41-50.
Em ploym ent o f school-age youth:
O ctober 1971. 1972 Aug. 25-30.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Oct. 66-67.
High school class of 1972: m ore at work, fewer in college. 1973
June 2 6 -32.
Students and sum m er jobs. 1971 Feb. 55-62.
Students, graduates, and dropouts in the labor m arket, O ctober
1974. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
Young workers: in school and out. 1973 Sept. 11-15.
Young w orkers and their earnings. 1971 July 3-11.
LABOR HISTORY
Black studies in the D epartm ent of L abor, 1897-1907. 1974 June
17-27.
Coal strike of 1902—
turning point in U.S. policy. 1975 Oct. 21-28.
Creation of the Bureau of L abor Statistics, The. 1975 Feb. 25-31.
Furor over working children and the B ureau of Labor, A. 1975
Oct. 34-36.
Origin of the U.S. D epartm ent of Labor. 1973 Mar. 3-7.
Selection of the first U.S. C om m issioner of Labor, The. 1975 Apr.
16-19.
Senator’s reaction to report on working wom en and children, A.
1975 O ct. 36-38.
W ho is the father of Labor Day? 1972 Sept. 3-6.
LABOR LAW
A m endm ents to the Federal minimum wage law, The 1974. 1974
July 33-37.
Changes in State labor laws:
1970. 1971 Jan. 14-21.
1971. 1972 Jan. 29-39.
1972. 1973 Jan. 27-36.
1973. 1974 Jan. 22-31.
1974. 1975 Jan. 17-29.
Changes in w orker’s com pensation:
1971. 1972 Jan. 51-55.
1972. 1973 Jan. 45-49.
1973. 1974 Jan. 32-38.
1974. 1975 Jan. 30-37.
Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
L ongshorem en’s and H arbor W orkers’ Com pensation Act.
Black Lung Benefits Act of 1972.
Service C ontract A ct A m endm ents of 1972.
E ducation A m endm ents of 1972.
Equal Em ploym ent O pportunity A ct o f 1972.
Intergovernm ental relations under the new m anpow er act. 1974
June 10-16.
Labor and the economy:
1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
1972. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
1973. 1974 Jan. 9-21.
1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
Measuring total and State insured unem ploym ent. 1971 June
37-48.
R eport on State unem ploym ent insurance laws:
1971 Jan. 22-30.
1972 Jan. 40-50.
1973 Jan. 37-44.




1974 Jan. 39-46.
1975 Jan. 38-42.
LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
A ttitudes toward m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975
Jan. 55-59.
Australian industrial relations— system in transition? 1975 Apr.
a
65-67.
Autos, trucking head increased 1976 bargaining activity. 1975
Dec. 11-21.
Binding arbitration in the public sector. 1975 Apr. 53-56.
C onsent decree on seniority in the steel industry. 1975 Mar.
43-46.
Developing language on alcoholism in labor-m anagem ent con­
tracts. 1975 June 57.
Dispute settlem ent in the electrical contracting industry. 1972 Apr.
21-23.
Effect of the G ardner-D enver case on Title VII disputes. 1975
M ar. 46-48.
European w orkers’ participation in m anagem ent. 1973 Feb. 9-15.
Expedited arbitration of labor grievances. 1975 Apr. 51-53.
Exploring alternatives to the strik e-A special section. 1973 Sept.
33-66.
Is the strike outm oded?
The search for industrial peace.
Basic steel’s experim ental negotiating agreement.
In the public sector:
Factfinding with binding recom m endations.
Variations in third-party decisionmaking.
The unreal distinction betw een public and private sectors.
Why teachers need the right to strike.
M utual anxiety: A California proposal.
In the private sector:
Replacing econom ic weapons with reason.
Stretching out the duration of labor contracts.
Partisan m ediation by the central labor council.
Lim itations o f arms-length or adversary arbitration.
T here is no alternative to the right to strike.
Techniques:
A m ore activist approach by mediators.
Some successful uses of interest arbitration.
Com bining m ediation and arbitration.
M ediation-arbitration: a trade union view.
M ediation-arbitration: reactions from rank and file.
Ford M otor Com pany as a m ultinational employer. 1973 Aug.
58-61.
G overnm ent intervention in railroad disputes. 1971 Dec. 27-34.
Industrial Relations A ct tested in Britain. 1973 Jan. 64-65.
Intergovernm ental relations under the new m anpow er act. 1974
June 10-16.
Ja p a n ’s labor econom y—prospect for the future. 1972 Oct. 3-8.
L abor and the econom y in 1970. 1971 Jan. 3-13.
L abor and the econom y in 1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
Legalism in U.S. industrial relations. 1971 Mar. 51-53.
M ediation-arbitration from the em ployer’s standpoint. 1973 Dec.
52-53.
N eed for conciliation under Title VII, The. 1975 Mar. 48-50.
New legal fram ework for B ritain’s industrial relations. 1972 Mar.
48-52.
Public employee labor relations in other dem ocracies—a review
essay. 1972 Oct. 37-43.
Public sector strikes—
legislative and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept.
19-22.
Strike benefits of national unions. 1975 Mar. 17-23.
W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
LABOR MARKET
Additional thoughts on the dual labor m arket. 1972 Apr. 37-39.
Com puterizing labor m arket inform ation in Japan. 1974 Feb.
60-64.
Dual labor m arket and m anpow er policy, The. 1971 Nov. 45-48.
E ducation and labor m arket tightness. 1974 Oct. 51-53.
Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
G eographic structure of unem ploym ent rates, The. 1975 Mar. 3-9.

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Immigrant Mexicans and the U.S. work force. 1975 May 44-46.
Im pact of health on earnings and labor m arket activity. 1972 Oct.
46-49.
Im pact of imm igration on the labor force. 1975 May 41-44.
Job tenure of workers, January 1973. 1974 Dec. 53-57.
Labor m arket changes for black men since 1964. 1975 Apr.
42-44.
Labor m arket experience of recent college graduates. 1974 Oct.
33-40.
Labor m arkets and m anpow er policies in perspective. 1972 Sept.
22-28.
Professional manpower: the jo b m arket turnaround. 1972 Oct.
9-15.
Profile of the tem porary help industry and its workers. 1974 May
44-49.
Q uantitative research on the minimum wage. 1975 Apr. 44-46.
Subem ploym ent: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May
3-12.
Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization. 1975 May
13-23.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9 - 18.
LABOR ORGANIZATIONS
A ttitudes of Federal scientists and engineers toward unions. 1975
Apr. 57-60.
Changes in employee com pensation, 1966 to 1972. 1975 Mar.
1 0 - 16.
Em ergence of urban low-wage unionism, The. 1974 Apr. 51-52.
Faculty unionism in institutions of higher education. 1974 Apr.
48-51.
How union leaders view job training program s. 1971 Apr. 65-66.
Im proving working life—
the role of E uropean unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Job enrichm ent: a union view. 1973 Apr. 54-56.
L abor and the econom y in 1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
Labor and the econom y in 1973. 1974 Jan. 9-21.
L abor in a year of econom ic stabilization. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
Labor union m em bership in C anada, 1971. 1972 June 54.
M ediation-arbitration: a trade union view.
M em bership in labor unions and em ployee associations, 1972.
1974 Aug. 67-69.
M ultinational corporations and trade unions. 1973 Aug. 56-58.
Public em ployee developm ents in 1971. 1972 Jan. 56-66.
Soviet T rade Union Congress urged to increase m em bers’ produc­
tivity. 1972 Aug. 49-50.
Strike benefits of national unions. 1975 Mar. 17-23.
Union and nonunion pay patterns in construction, Septem ber
1972. 1974 Aug. 71-75.
Union m em bership in Japan edged upward in 1972. 1973 July 51.
Union m erger pace quickens. 1971 June 63-70.
Unions and local governm ent: A review essay. 1972 Apr. 33-36.
Unions, devaluation, and foreign trade. 1972 Apr. 15-18.
W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
W omen in labor unions. 1971 Feb. 42-48.
W om en’s participation in labor organizations. 1974 Oct. 3-9.
W orking wom en and their m em bership in labor unions. 1974 May
27-33.
LABOR REQUIREM ENTS
Labor and m aterial requirem ents for ap artm ent construction.
Jan. 70-73.
Labor and m aterials required for highway construction. 1973
40-45.
Labor requirem ents for construction of single-family houses.
Sept. 12-14.
Labor requirem ents for Federal highway construction. 1975
31-36.

1975
June
1971
Dec.

LEISURE
A look at the 4-day workw eek. 1971 Oct. 33-37.
T rends in labor and leisure. 1971 Feb. 3-11.
LONGSHORE W ORKERS
International L ongshorem en’s and W arehousem en’s Union (Ind.).
19th biennial convention, April 1971. 1971 Aug. 60-62.
International L ongshorem en’s Association (AFL-CIO ). 42d con­
vention, July 1971. 1971 Oct. 72.
L ongshorem en’s and H arbor W orkers’ Com pensation Act. 1973
Jan. 50-51.
LUXEMBOURG
Com pensation for unem ploym ent due to bad weather. 1972 July
42.
MALAYSIA
Malaysia strives for ethnic equality. 1972 Apr. 47.
MANPOW ER DEVELOPM ENT AND TRAINING ACT
M anpow er evaluations: vulnerable but useful. 1975 Apr. 51.
M anpow er training and earnings. 1975 Apr. 46-48.
MANUFACTURING
C om paring union and nonunion wages in m anufacturing. 1971
May 20-26.
Earnings differences in machinery m anufacturing. 1974 July
38-47.
Em ploym ent in m anufacturing during the ’69-’71 downturn. 1972
June 34-40.
Job vacancies, hires, quits, and layoffs in m anufacturing, 1972.
1973 Apr. 66-67.
Job vacancies in m anufacturing, 1969-73. 1974 Aug. 27-33.
M anufacturing labor costs in 1973 rose faster abroad than in U.S.
1974 July 60-61.
M anufacturing quit rates revisited: a cyclical view of w om en’s
quits. 1973 Dec. 53-56.
M anufacturing quit rates revisited: secular changes and w om en’s
quits. 1973 Dec. 56-58.
M ore on the causes o f quits in m anufacturing. 1973 June 48-49.
Prevalence of private retirem ent plans in m anufacturing. 1973
Sept. 29-33.
Quits in m anufacturing: a study of their causes. 1972 Nov. 31-37.
Unit labor costs in eleven countries. 1971 Aug. 3-12.
W age differences am ong m anufacturing establishments. 1971 May
16-19.
M ARITIM E
Collective bargaining in the maritime industry. 1973 Jan. 63.
Seam en and m odernization of m erchant shipping. 1971
49-54.

Feb.

MEDIATION
A ttitudes tow ard m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975
Jan. 55-59.
Exploring alternatives to the strik e-A special section. 1973 Sept.
59-66.
A m ore activist approach by m ediators.
Some successful uses of interest arbitration.
Com bining m ediation and arbitration.
M ediation-arbitration: a trade union view.
M ediation-arbitration: reactions from rank and file.
M ediation-arbitration from the em ployer’s standpoint. 1973 Dec.
52-53.
MEDICAL CARE
M edical care spending since m edicare. 1972 Aug. 47.

LATIN AM ERICA
G reen revolution in Latin A m erica: Incom e effects, policy deci­
sions. 1972 Mar. 20-27.




M EXICO
Im m igrant M exicans and the U.S. work force. 1975 May 44-46.

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MINORITY W ORKERS
Asian A m ericans in the labor m arket. 1975 July 33-38.
Black and white unem ploym ent: the dynam ics of the differential.
1974 Feb. 38-47.
Black studies in the D epartm ent of L abor, 1897-1907. 1974 June
17-27.
C onsent decree on seniority in the steel industry. 1975 Mar.
43-46.
Differentials and overlaps in earnings of blacks and whites. 1971
Dec. 16-26.
Econom ic situation of Spanish Am ericans. 1973 Apr. 3-9.
Educational attainm ent of workers, M arch 1974. 1975 Feb. 64-69.
Effect of the G ardner-D enver case on Title VII disputes. 1975
Mar. 4 6 -48.
Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent am ong A m ericans of Spanish
origin. 1974 Apr. 12-16.
E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent in 1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
Factors affecting the job status of w orkers with Spanish surnam es.
1973 Apr. 10-16.
G athering d ata on residents of poverty areas. 1975 Feb. 38-44.
High school class of 1972: m ore at w ork, fewer in college. 1973
June 26-32.
Im migrant M exicans and the U.S, work force. 1975 May 44-46.
Investm ent in hum an capital and black-white unem ploym ent. 1975
July 13-21.
Jobs Puerto Ricans hold in New York City, The. 1975 Oct. 12-16.
L abor m arket changes for black m en since 1964. 1975 Apr.
4 2 - 44.
M inorities in construction referral unions—
revisited. 1973 May
4 3 - 46.
M inority w orkers in construction referral unions. 1972 May 17-26.
Need for conciliation under Title VII, The. 1975 Mar. 48-50.
O ccupations of wom en and black w orkers, 1962-74. 1975 Nov.
25-35.
On the stability of relative black-white unem ploym ent. 1973 May
30-32.
Persons of Spanish origin: education, incom e, em ploym ent. 1971
May 59-60.
Persons of Spanish origin: num ber and characteristics. 1975 Oct.
56.
Removing roadblocks to m inority hiring. 1972 Apr. 23-24.
W omen in the labor force:
The early years. 1975 Nov. 3-9.
The m iddle years. 1975 Nov. 10-16.
The later years. 1975 Nov. 17-24.

Job reinstatem ent under section 8 (a )(3 ) of the NLRA. 1971 Mar.
57-59.
NLRB petitions that are dismissed or withdrawn. 1971 June 71-72.
NLRB rem edies for unfair labor practices. 1971 Mar. 53-57.
N L R B ’s regulation of union job control. 1971 Mar. 59-62.
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
National Education Association again focuses on m erger issue.
1973 Sept. 67-68.
National Education A ssociation’s 51st convention. 1972 Sept.
55-56.
NEA convention proposes new federation. 1974 Sept. 46-47.
NEW ZEALAND
Broad accident com pensation law enacted in New Zealand. 1973
Aug. 77-78.
NONFINANCIAL CORPORATIONS
M easuring the productivity of nonfinancial corporations.
Nov. 21-34.

1974

NORWAY
New m anpow er program in Norway. 1972 Aug. 51-52.
Partial retirem ent plan enacted in Norway. 1974 Apr. 63-64.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
BLS reports first annual data on work injuries and illnesses. 1974
Mar. 45.
Determ ining eligibility for black-lung com pensation. 1974 Mar.
25-30.
Enforcing job safety: a m anagerial view. 1975 Mar. 36-39.
Enforcing job safety: a union view of OSHA. 1975 Mar. 39-41.
Federal role in job safety and health, The. 1973 Aug. 28-55.
Forging a partnership with the States.
Inspection and enforcem ent at the workplace.
If a citation is appealed.
Research to determ ine w hat’s dangerous.
The new survey o f occupational injuries and illnesses.
First results of new BLS survey of occupational injuries and ill­
nesses. 1973 Mar. 58-59.
New approach to occupational safety and health statistics. 1972
Mar. 14-19.
O ccupational injuries and illnesses. 1973 July 2.
O ccupational safety and health. 1975 Feb. 2.
O S H A and S tate jo b sa fe ty plan s. 1 9 7 4 A pr. 4 4 - 4 6 .

MOBILITY
Com m uting patterns of inner-city residents. 1973 Nov. 43-48.
M iddle-aged job changers. 1973 June 60-61.
M igration and the labor force. 1974 Sept. 12-16.
O ccupational m igration, discrim ination, and the central city labor
force. 1971 Dec. 57-61.
O ccupational mobility of workers. 1975 Feb. 53-59.
Social security for m igrant w orkers in the E uropean com m unities.
1972 Oct. 76.
MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
Em ploym ent and payroll costs of m ultinational com panies. 1974
Jan. 66-67.
Ford M otor Com pany as a m ultinational em ployer. 1973 Aug.
58-61.
M ultinational corporations and trade unions. 1973 Aug. 56-58.
M ULTIPLE JOBHOLDERS
Multiple jobholding:
1970 and 1971.
May 1973. 1974
May 1974. 1975
May 1975. 1975

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (See also Decisions,
pp. 21-24.)

1971 Oct. 38-45.
May 64-69.
Feb. 60-64.
Nov. 56-62.




Safety and health provisions before and after OSHA. 1975 Sept.
40-43.
Setting priorities for NIOSH research. 1974 Mar. 41-43.
T hree years of OSHA: the view from within. 1975 Mar. 35-36.
W orker health and safety: an area of conflicts. 1975 Sept. 3-11.
OCCUPATIONS
Bank unionization: status and prospects. 1975 Oct. 38-41.
Changes in the occupational structure of U.S. jobs. 1975 Mar.
2 4 - 34.
Experim ental survey of occupations in metalworking. 1971 Oct.
18-20.
New Federal-State occupational em ploym ent statistics program.
1971 Oct. 12-17.
O ccupational characteristics of urban workers. 1971 Oct. 21-32.
O ccupational em ploym ent survey in printing and publishing. 1971
Nov. 56.
O ccupational im pact of defense expenditures. 1971 Dec. 12-15.
O ccupational mobility of workers. 1975 Feb. 53-59.
O ccupations o f wom en and black w orkers, 1962-74. 1975 Nov.
2 5 - 35.
P rojected changes in occupations. 1973 Dec. 18-26.
Regional pay differentials in white-collar occupations. 1971 Jan.
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Removal of sex stereotyping in census occupational classification.
1974 Jan. 67-68.
Salary profile o f electronic data processing occupations. 1975 Mar.
5 1 - 56.
Trends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74. 1975 Feb. 45-52.
Wage gains in hosiery m anufacturing, 1970-73. 1975 Mar. 56-58.
Wages and tips in hotels and m otels. 1975 Mar. 60-63.
W here wom en w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.
W hite-collar workers:
June 1969. 1971 Jan. 53-56.
June 1970. 1971 Jan. 57-59.
June 1971. 1972 Jan. 7 2 -74.
M arch 1972. 1972 Dec. 39-41.
M arch 1973. 1973 O ct. 53-55.
M arch 1974. 1974 O ct. 63-64.
M arch 1975. 1975 O ct. 52-54.
OLDER W ORKERS
M anagerial jobseeking: m ethods and techniques. 1972 Dec. 29-30.
Older workers: incom e and em ploym ent. 1972 Jan. 71.
Pension provisions affecting the em ploym ent of older workers.
1973 Apr. 41-45.
PENSIONS (See also Supplem ental benefits.)
Cost-of-living escalation of pensions. 1972 June 21-24.
Em ployer expenditures for private retirem ent and insurance plans.
1972 July 15-19.
G erm an retirem ent pension m ade m ore flexible. 1973 Oct. 57.
Grow th of benefits in a c ohort of pension plans. 1971 May 46-50.
Key changes in m ajor pension plans. 1975 July 22-27.
M ultiem ployer pension plan provisions in 1973. 1974 Oct. 10-16.
Pension form ula sum m arization: an em erging research technique.
1971 Apr. 49-56.
Pension plan provisions in construction industry, 1973. 1975 Mar.
63-64.
Pension provisions affecting the em ploym ent of older workers.
1973 Apr. 41-45.
Pension reform : the long, hard road to enactm ent. 1974 Nov.
3-12.
Regulation of private pension plans in E urope. 1971 Apr. 33-39.
Survivor’s pensions: an em erging em ployee benefit. 1973 July
31-34.
Unions report slow rise in health, insurance, and pension coverage.
1975 Jan. 67-70.
POPULATION
Population and labor force projections. 1973 Dec. 8-17.
POVERTY (See also U nem ploym ent.)
E m ploym ent among the poor of six central cities. 1973 Oct.
5 2 - 53.
G athering d ata on residents of poverty areas. 1975 Feb. 38-44.
How poverty area residents look for work. 1971 Mar. 41-45.
Job training program s in urban poverty areas. 1971 Aug. 36-41.
M easuring subem ploym ent in poverty areas of large U.S. cities.
1973 Oct. 10-18.
Policy options for welfare reform . 1971 Mar. 23-31.
Unutilized m anpow er in poverty areas of six U.S. cities. 1971 Dec.
45-52.
PRICES
Anatomy o f price change:
1971 Feb. 38-41; June 7 3-75; Oct. 5 5-58; Dec. 62-65.
1972 Feb. 4 0-47; June 4 1 -4 5 ; Sept. 50-54; Dec. 31-36.
1973 Feb. 16-23; June 50-54; Sept. 6 9 -74; Dec. 61-65.
1974 Feb. 15-25; June 5 1-55; Sept. 34-38; Dec. 43-46.
1975 Feb. 15-24; June 36-41; Sept. 35-39; Dec. 37-41.
C om m ent on wage-price restraints in construction. 1972 Jan. 70.
D eterm ining the effects of quality change on the CPI. 1971 May
27-32.
Family budgets and geographic differences in price levels. 1975
Apr. 8-15.




Food and fuel prices continue to increase in third quarter. 1975
Dec. 37-41.
Im provem ents in the industrial price program . 1975 May 51-52.
Introducing price indexes for railroad freight. 1975 June 19-24.
L abor and the econom y:
1970. 1971 Jan. 3-13.
1971. 1972 Jan. 15-27.
1973. 1974 Jan. 9-21.
1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
M easuring regional price change in urban areas. 1973 Oct. 34-38.
Minimizing the effect of controls. 1974 Mar. 39-42.
O ther early efforts at price control. 1974 Feb. 64.
Price change in 1971: rate of inflation slows down. 1972 Feb.
4 0 - 47.
Price changes in 1 9 7 3 -a n analysis. 1974 Feb. 15-25.
Price increases slow down in first quarter of 1975. 1975 June
36-41.
Prices for food and fuels accelerate in second quarter. 1975 Sept.
3 5 - 39.
Prices in 1972: An analysis of changes during Phase 2. 1973 Feb.
16-23.
Problem s in form ulating a general pay standard. 1974 Mar. 31-34.
Purchasing pow er o f w orkers in the Soviet Union. 1971 May
39-45.
Rise of prices and pay adjustm ents in Italy. 1973 July 47-48.
South and sm aller areas led 1973 regional and city-size C P I’s, The.
1974 May 59-64.
Southern cities again paced consum er price rise in 1974. 1975
May 53-57.
Tow ard com prehensive m easurem ent of prices. 1971 Mar. 9-22.
T rends in U.S. export prices and OPEC oil prices. 1975 Nov.
3 6 - 43.
Value of quality changes in 1973 m odel passenger cars. 1972 Oct.
58.
Wage and price controls during the Am erican Revolution. 1973
Sept. 3-10.
W age-price restraints in construction. 1971 Sept. 46-47.
PRODUCTIVITY
Analyzing ‘Productivity trends in intercity trucking.’ 1974 Oct.
4 1 - 45.
Changes in productivity and unit labor c o sts-a yearly review. 1971
May 3-8.
Effects of changes in paym ent system on productivity in Sweden.
1973 Mar. 51-52.
First annual decline in labor productivity. 1975 Mar. 2.
How auxiliaries increase productivity of dentists. 1971 Apr. 63-64.
M easuring the productivity of nonfinancial corporations. 1974
Nov. 21-34.
M easuring productivity in the Federal Governm ent. 1974 Nov.
13-20.
M easuring productivity under a 4-day week. 1974 Apr. 55-56.
New technology in laundry and cleaning services. 1972 Feb.
54-59.
Popularizing productivity. 1973 May 2, 112.
Problem s in form ulating a general pay standard. 1974 Mar. 31-34.
Problem s of m easuring railroad productivity. 1974 Oct. 26-32.
Productivity and cost m ovem ents in 1971. 1972 May 12-16.
Productivity and costs in perspective. 1975 Nov. 44-48.
Productivity and costs in the private economy:
1972. 1973 May 3-7.
1973. 1974 June 3-9.
1974. 1975 June 3-8.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the United States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
Productivity and unit labor costs in 12 industrial countries. 1973
Nov. 14-21.
Productivity in:
Bakery products industry 1947-71. 1972 June 25-28.
C opper rolling and drawing industry, 1974. 1975 Dec. 27-30.
Gasoline stations, 1958-73. 1975 Feb. 32-37.
Hotels and m otels, 1958-73. 1975 May 24-28.
Intercity trucking, 1954-72. 1974 Jan. 53-57.
Intercity trucking: a rejoinder. 1974 Oct. 45-47.

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M etal cans industry, 1947-71. 1972 July 28-31.
Nonfinancial corporations. 1973 July 2.
Paints and allied products industry, 1958-72. 1973 Nov.
10-13.
Petroleum pipelines industry. 1971 Apr. 46-48.
Pharm aceutical industry, 1963-72. 1974 M ar. 9-14.
Ready-mixed concrete industry, 1958-71. 1973 May 12-15.
Selected industries:
1970. 1971 Oct. 59-60.
1971. 1972 Aug. 41-43.
1972. 1973 July 43-45.
1973. 1974 Aug. 69-71.
1974. 1975 Dec. 50-52.
Steel foundries industry, 1954-71. 1973 May 8-11.
Structural clay products, 1958-74. 1975 Oct. 29-33.
T elephone com m unications, 1951-72. 1973 Nov. 3-9.
Progress in m easuring productivity in governm ent. 1972 Dec. 3-6.
Reflections on a productivity rule for a university’s budget. 1974
Sept. 30-33.
Soviet T rade Union Congress urged to increase m em bers’ produc­
tivity. 1972 Aug. 49-50.
Unit labor costs in the U.S. and 10 o ther nations, 1960-71. 1972
July 3-8.
PRO JECTIO N S
Canada: Appraisal of expected econom ic trends to 1980. 1973
Jan. 65-66.
C onstruction m anpow er needs by 1980. 1971 July 12-18.
E ducation of workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov. 22-31.
Future of work: T hree possible alternatives. 1972 May 3-11.
Labor force growth and the return to full em ploym ent. 1972 Feb.
29-39.
On the accuracy of labor force projections. 1972 Oct. 22-29.
Professional m anpow er: the job m arket turnaround. 1972 Oct.
9-15.
State and local governm ent spending in 1975. 1971 Aug. 19-28.
United States econom y in 1985, The. 1973 Dec. 3-42.
An overview of BLS projections.
Population and labor force projections.
Projected changes in occupation.
Projections of GN P, incom e, output, and employm ent.
PUBLIC EM PLOYEES
Am erican Federation o f G overnm ent Em ployees 23d convention.
1972 Nov. 51-53.
A m erican Federation of T eachers endorses m erger talks with
NEA. 1973 Oct. 43-44.
Am erican Federation o f T eachers 56th annual convention. 1972
Oct. 55-56.
A ttitudes of Federal scientists and engineers toward unions. 1975
Apr. 57-60.
Bargaining and arbitration in British civil service. 1973 Aug.
61-63.
Binding arbitration in the public sector. 1975 Apr. 53-56.
City employee representation and bargaining policies. 1972 Nov.
43-50.
Com paring municipal salaries with industry and Federal pay. 1971
Oct. 46-50.
Emergency disputes and public policy. 1971 Aug. 42-45.
Exploring alternatives to the strike— special section. 1973 Sept.
A
43-52.
Factfinding with binding recom m endations.
V ariations in third-party decisionm aking.
The unreal distinction betw een public and private sectors.
Why teachers need the right to strike.
M utual anxiety: a C alifornia proposal.
Factfinding in public em ployee negotiations. 1972 Feb. 60-64.
Factfinding in teacher disputes: the W isconsin experience. 1974
Oct. 47-51.
Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan. 50-51.
Final-offer arbitration: the Indianapolis experience. 1973 May
20-25.
Grievance and arbitration patterns in the Federal service. 1972
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Harm ony prevails at AFSCM E convention. 1974 Aug. 54-56.
International A ssociation of Fire Fighters convention. 1972 Oct.
52-55.
Ja p a n ’s public w orkers seek to regain the right to strike. 1973 Feb.
53.
L abor requirem ents for Federal highway construction. 1975 Dec.
31-36.
M easuring productivity in the Federal Governm ent. 1974 Nov.
13-20.
M eeting the rising cost of public sector settlem ents. 1973 May
38-40.
National Education A ssociation’s 51st convention. 1972 Sept.
55-56.
Open issues in public em ploym ent program s. 1975 May 29.
Pay for police and firefighters. 1975 Oct. 55.
Public employee developm ents in 1971. 1972 Jan. 56-66.
Public em ployee labor relations in other dem ocracies—a review
essay. 1972 Oct. 37-43.
Public sector bargaining: the Canadian experience. 1973 May
34-36.
Public sector strikes—
legislative and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept.
19-22.
State, County and M unicipal Employees convention, 1972. 1972
Aug. 38-39.
T rends in Federal em ploym ent, 1958-72. 1974 Oct. 17-25.
Unions and local governm ent: A review essay. 1972 Apr. 33-36.
U.S. and U.S.S.R. civilian em ploym ent in government. 1972 Aug.
44-46.
W hite collar pay increases. 1975 Aug. 2.
W hite-collar workers:
June 1969. 1971 Jan. 53-56.
June 1970. 1971 Jan. 57-59.
June 1971. 1972 Jan. 72-74.
M arch 1972. 1972 Dec. 39-41.
M arch 1973. 1973 Oct. 53-55.
M arch 1974. 1974 Oct. 63-64.
M arch 1975. 1975 Oct. 52-54.
QUALITY CHANGE
Determ ining the effects o f quality change on the CPI. 1971 May
27-32.
Value of quality changes in 1973 model passenger cars. 1972 Oct.
58.
QUIT RATE
Job vacancies, hires, quits, and layoffs in m anufacturing, 1972.
1973 Apr. 66-67.
M anufacturing quit rates revisited: a cyclical view of wom en’s
quits. 1973 Dec. 53-56.
M anufacturing quit rates revisited: secular changes and wom en’s
quits. 1973 Dec. 56-58.
M ore on the causes o f quits in m anufacturing. 1973 June 48-49.
Quits in m anufacturing: a study of their causes. 1972 Nov. 31-37.
REHABILITATION
M anpow er program s for criminal offenders. 1972 Aug. 17-24.
RETIREM ENT (See also Pensions.)
Coverage and vesting under private retirem ent plans. 1974 Jan.
65-66.
Em ployer expenditures for private retirem ent and insurance plans.
1972 July 15-19.
G erm an retirem ent pensions made m ore flexible. 1973 Oct. 57.
Incidence of private retirem ent plans. 1971 July 37-40.
Partial retirem ent plan enacted in Norway. 1974 Apr. 63-64.
Prevalence of private retirem ent plans. 1975 Oct. 17-20.
Prevalence o f private retirem ent plans in m anufacturing. 1973
Sept. 29-33.
R ecent trends in retirem ent benefits related to earnings. 1972 June
12- 20 .

Retired co u p le’s budgets updated to:
A utum n 1971. 1972 June 46-50.
A utum n 1972. 1973 Aug. 70-76.

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A utum n 1973. 1974 Aug. 57-62.
A utum n 1974. 1975 June 42-48.
ROMANIA
Rom anian earnings data. 1972 Oct. 62-64.
RUSSIA (See U.S.S.R.)
SAFETY (See Health and safety.)
SALARIES (See Earnings and wages.)
SCIENTISTS
A ttitudes o f Federal scientists and engineers tow ard unions. 1975
Apr. 57-60.
Education and job training of scientists and engineers. 1973 Nov.
54-55.
Em ploym ent in the atom ic energy field:
1970. 1971 Oct. 51-54.
1971. 1972 Sept. 47-49.
1973. 1974 Sept. 23-27.
E m ploym ent of scientists and engineers in 1970. 1972 Apr. 43-44.
Projected dem and for and supply of Ph. D. m anpow er, 1972-85.
1975 Dec. 52-53.
Reem ploym ent assistance for engineers, scientists, and technicians.
1974 May 72-73.
SENIORITY
C onsent decree on seniority in the steel industry. 1975 Mar.
43-46.
Seniority adm inistration in m ajor agreem ents. 1972 Dec. 36-39.
SOCIAL SECURITY
C hildren’s allowances in five countries. 1972 Nov. 56-58.
R ecent trends in retirem ent benefits related to earnings. 1972 June
12- 20 .

Social security for m igrant w orkers in the European comm unities.
1972 O ct. 65.
W omen and social security in five nations. 1973 Sept. 79.
SOCIAL W ELFARE
Federal standards and social welfare. 1974 Apr. 41-43.
Malaysia strives for ethnic equality. 1972 Apr. 47.
M anpow er program s for crim inal offenders. 1972 Aug. 17-24.
Problem s o f m easurem ent in areas of social concern. 1974 Sept.
17-18.
Social and welfare program s for the handicapped abroad. 1972
Aug. 50-51.
Social cost o f bargaining: a E uropean perspective. 1971 Aug.
56-59.
Tax effects in m easures of econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.
Using experim ents for social research and planning. 1972 Feb.
16-19.
W orking conditions survey as a source of social indicators. 1971
Apr. 15-24.
SOUTH AFRICA
South A frica seeks to improve work conditions for black workers.
1974 July 59-61.
SOUTH AM ERICA
ILO plan for solving the job crisis in Colom bia. *1971 Mar. 32-40.
SPECIAL LABOR FORCE REPORTS
Analysis o f unem ploym ent by household relationship, An. 1972
Aug. 9 -16.
Changes in em ploym ent and unem ploym ent in 1970. 1971 Feb.
12-23.
Children o f working m others:
M arch 1970. 1971 July 19-25.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 37-40.
M arch 1973. 1974 May 50-58.




M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 64-74.
Educational attainm ent of workers:
M arch 1971. 1971 Nov. 30-35.
M arch 1972. 1972 Nov. 38-42.
M arch 1973. 1974 Jan. 58-62.
M arch 1974. 1975 Feb. 64-69.
Education of workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov. 22-31.
Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent in:
1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.
1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
First half of 1974. 1974 Aug. 3-7.
1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
First half of 1975. 1975 Aug. 11-13.
Em ploym ent o f high school graduates and dropouts:
O ctober 1970. 1971 May 33-38.
O ctober 1971. 1972 May 49-53.
O ctober 1972. 1973 June 26-32.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Sept. 48-52.
O ctober 1974. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
Em ploym ent o f recent college graduates:
O ctober 1971. 1973 Feb. 41-50.
O ctober 1972. 1974 Oct. 33-40.
Em ploym ent of school-age youth:
O ctober 1970. 1971 Aug. 13-18.
O ctober 1971. 1972 Aug. 25-30.
O ctober 1972. 1973 Sept. 11-15.
O ctober 1973. 1974 Oct. 66-67.
Em ploym ent situation of V ietnam -era veterans:
1971 Sept. 3-11.
1972 Dec. 7-15.
1974 Aug. 17-26.
Going back to school at 35. 1973 O ct. 39-42.
Going back to school at 35 and over. 1975 Dec. 47-50.
Investm ent in hum an capital and black-white unem ploym ent. 1975
July 13-21.
Job losers, leavers, and entrants: traits and trends. 1973 Aug.
3-15.
Jobseeking m ethods used by unem ployed workers, 1970-71. 1973
Feb. 35-40.
Job situation of V ietnam -era veterans. 1974 Aug. 17-26.
Job tenure of w orkers, January 1973. 1974 Dec. 53-57.
L abor force activity o f m arried women. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
L abor m arket experience of recent college graduates. 1974 Oct.
33-40.
L abor m arket ‘tw ist,’ 1964-69, The. 1971 July 26-36.
M arital and family characteristics of the labor force:
M arch 1970. 1971 Mar. 46-50.
M arch 1971. 1972 Apr. 4-8.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
M arch 1973. 1974 Apr. 21-27.
M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 60-64.
M arch 1975. 1975 Nov. 52-56.
M ultiple jobholding:
1970 and 1971. 1971 Oct. 38-45.
May 1973. 1974 May 64-69.
May 1974. 1975 Feb. 60-64.
May 1975. 1975 Nov. 56-62.
O ccupational characteristics of urban workers. 1971 Oct. 21-32.
O ccupational mobility of workers. 1975 Feb. 53-59.
R ecent trends in overtim e hours and premium pay. 1971 Aug.
29-35.
R eport on self-em ployed Am ericans in 1973. 1975 Jan. 49-54.
Students and sum m er jobs. 1971 Feb. 55-62.
Students, graduates, and dropouts in the labor m arket, O ctober
1974. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
T rends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74. 1975 Feb. 45-52.
U.S. labor force: projections to 1990. 1973 July 3-13.
Usual weekly earnings of A m erican workers. 1972 Mar. 28-38.
W here women w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.
W ork experience of the population:
1969. 1971 Jan. 45-52.

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SU BJEC T
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.
1972. 1974 Feb. 48-56.
1973. 1974 Dec. 49-53.
1974. 1975 Oct. 47-52.
Young workers: in school and out. 1973 Sept. 11-15.

Pension supplem ents based on need in five European countries.
1974 Mar. 48.
Prevalence of private retirem ent plans in m anufacturing. 1973
Sept. 29-33.
R ecent trends in retirem ent benefits related to earnings. 1972 June

STATE GOVERNMENT

Salary profile of electronic data processing occupations. 1975 Mar.
5 1 - 56.
Survivor’s pensions: an emerging employee benefit. 1973 July
31-34.
Universal sick pay coverage adopted in Denm ark. 1973 July
49-50.

Econom ic indicators issued by States. 1971 Aug. 47-50.
M anpower im pact of purchases by States and local governments.
1973 June 33-39.
Negro jobs in southern State and local governm ents. 1973 June 63.
New Federal-State occupational em ploym ent statistics program .
1971 Oct. 12-17.
State and local governm ent spending in 1975. 1971 Aug. 19-28.
STATISTICS
A rea sam ple changes in the area wage survey program . 1975 May
49-50.
Consum er Expenditure Survey, The 1972-73. 1974 Dec. 16-23.
M anpow er program s and unem ploym ent statistics. 1973 Apr.
63-65.
M easures o f variability for seasonally adjusted series. 1972 Feb.
66-67.
New approach to occupational safety and health statistics. 1972
Mar. 14-19.
New benchm arks introduced. 1975 Nov. 100.
New developm ents in labor statistics. 1972 M ar. 3-13.
New Federal-State occupational em ploym ent statistics program .
1971 Oct. 12-17.
New type of working life table for men. 1972 July 20-27.
Pension form ula sum m arization: an em erging research technique.
1971 Apr. 49-56.
Problem s of m easurem ent in areas of social concern. 1974 Sept.
17-18.
R eport of the Commission on Federal Statistics. 1972 Sept. 29-32.
Revisions in SM SA’s reflect 1970 census data. 1973 July 42-43.
Statistical characteristics of m ajor BLS series. 1974 July 48-52.
Statistical needs for setting policy. 1971 Sept. 43-45.
Statistics and analysis. 1973 Jan. 58-59.
Surveying the gaps in construction statistics. 1971 Feb. 33-37.
Table of expected working life for m en, 1968. 1971 June 49-55.
U nem ploym ent statistics and w hat they m ean. 1971 Nov. 22-29.

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SURVEY METHODS
BLS revises procedures for estim ating area unemploym ent. 1974
Jan. 65.
D evelopm ent and uses of Table Producing Language, The. 1975
Feb. 74-75.
How useful is the cross-section sample survey? 1972 Feb. 3-10.
Im proved area wage survey indexes. 1975 May 30-34.
Im provem ents in the industrial price program . 1975 May 51-52.
Longitudinal surveys: prospects and problem s. 1972 Feb. 11-15.
SWEDEN
Dental care added to Sw eden’s national health program . 1973 Oct.
57.
Effects of changes in paym ent system on productivity in Sweden.
1973 Mar. 51-52.
Improving working life -th e role of European unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Sweden changes m aternity benefit to parent insurance. 1973 Aug.
78.
Unem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
Unem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
SW ITZERLAND
Pension supplem ents based on need in five European countries.
1974 Mar. 48.

STEELW ORKERS

TEACHERS

A rbitration: the steel industry experim ent. 1972 Nov. 7-10.
Steelworkers review constitution, remove dues ceiling. 1974 Dec.
47-48.
United Steelw orkers of A m erica convention. 1972 Nov. 53-54.

Am erican Federation of Teachers endorses m erger talks with
NEA. 1973 Oct. 43-44.
Am erican Federation of Teachers 56th annual convention. 1972
Oct. 55-56.

STRIKES (See W ork stoppages.)

TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE

SUBEM PLOYM ENT (See Employm ent; U nem ploym ent.)

G reen revolution in Latin America: Income effects, policy deci­
sions. 1972 Mar. 20-27.
M odernization and m anpow er in textile mills. 1973 June 18-25.
New technology in laundry and cleaning services. 1972 Feb.
54-59.
Technology and m anpow er in nonelectrical m achinery. 1971 June
56-62.

SUPPLEMENTAL BENEFITS
Benefits in G reat Britain for the ‘working p o o r.’ 1972 July 43.
Changes in employee com pensation, 1966 to 1972. 1975 Mar.
10-16.
C hildren’s allowances in five countries. 1972 Nov. 56-58.
Determ ining eligibility for black-lung com pensation. 1974 Mar.
25-30.
Disabled w idow ’s annuities under the R ailroad Retirem ent Act.
1972 Sept. 61.
Employer expenditures for private retirem ent and insurance plans.
July 15-19.
Federal standards and social welfare. 1974 Apr. 41-43.
Fringe benefits of urban workers. 1971 Nov. 41-44.
Growth of benefits in a cohort of pension plans. 1971 May 46-50.
Incidence of private retirem ent plans. 1971 July 37-40.
Pension plan provisions in construction industry, 1973. 1975 Mar.
63-64.
Pension provisions affecting the em ploym ent of older workers.
1973 Apr. 41-45.




TRADE EXPANSION ACT OF 1962
Contrasting experiences with trade adjustm ent assistance. 1975
June 25-30.
T rade adjustm ent assistance to w orkers displaced by imports, fiscal
1963-73. 1974 Jan. 63-65.
TRADE UNIONS (See Labor organizations.)
TRAINING (See Education and training.)
TURKEY
Turkish labor and the European Econom ic Community. 1972 June
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UNDEREM PLOYM ENT (See Employm ent; U nem ploym ent.)
UNEM PLOYM ENT (See also Em ploym ent; L abor force.)
Analysis o f unem ploym ent by household relationship. 1972 Aug.
9-16.
Black and white unem ploym ent: the dynam ics of the differential.
1974 Feb. 38-47.
BLS revised procedures for estim ating area unem ploym ent. 1974
Jan. 65.
British jobless rate shows sharp decline. 1973 Sept. 80.
C haracteristics of jobless engineers. 1972 Oct. 16-21.
C ontrasting experiences with trade adjustm ent assistance. 1975
June 25-30.
Defense engineers: Do they have special reem ploym ent problem s?
1971 July 52-54.
Determ ining who are the ‘hidden unem ployed.’ 1973 Mar. 27-30.
D iscouraged workers and changes in unem ploym ent. 1973 Mar.
8-16.
Discouraged workers and unem ploym ent. 1974 Sept. 28-30.
Econom ic situation of Spanish A m ericans. 1973 Apr. 3-9.
Econom ics of might have been, The. 1974 Nov. 40-42.
Econom ics th at never was, T he. 1975 July 39-40.
E ducation levels and unem ploym ent in Asian countries. 1973 Nov.
58-59.
Effect of health on duration of unem ploym ent, The. 1974 Apr.
53-54.
E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent am ong A m ericans of Spanish
origin. 1974 Apr. 12-16.
E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent in:
1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.
1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
First half o f 1974. 1974 Aug. 3-7.
1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
First half of 1975. 1975 Aug. 11-13.
Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
Estim ating the num ber o f ‘hidden unem ployed.’ 1973 Mar. 17-26.
G athering d ata on residents o f poverty areas. 1975 Feb. 38-44.
G eographic structure of unem ploym ent rates, The. 1975 Mar. 3-9.
Helping underdeveloped countries tackle unem ploym ent. 1971
May 60-61.
Hidden unem ploym ent and related issues (a bibliography). 1973
Mar. 31-37.
How poverty area residents look for work. 1971 Mar. 41-45.
ILO plan for solving the job crisis in C olom bia. 1971 Mar. 32-40.
Inflation versus unem ploym ent: another view of the trade-off. 1971
Nov. 49 -5 4 .
Inflation versus unem ploym ent: the worsening trade-off. 1971 Feb.
68-71.
Investm ent in hum an capital and black-white unem ploym ent. 1975
July 13-21.
Involuntary part-tim e work: a cyclical analysis. 1975 Sept. 12-18.
Job losers, leavers, and entrants: a cyclical analysis. 1974 Nov.
35-39.
Job losers, leavers, and entrants: traits and trends. 1973 Aug.
3-15.
Jobseeking m ethods used by unem ployed workers. 1973 Feb.
35-40.
Job vacancies in m anufacturing, 1969-73. 1974 Aug. 27-33.
M anagerial jobseeking: m ethods and techniques. 1972 Dec. 29-30.
M anpow er approach to the unem ploym ent-inflation dilem ma. 1971
May 51-54.
M anpow er program s and unem ploym ent statistics. 1973 Apr.
63-65.
M easuring subem ploym ent in poverty areas o f large U.S. cities.
1973 O ct. 10-18.
M easuring total and State insured unem ploym ent. 1971 June
37-48.
M easuring unem ploym ent in States and local areas. 1974 June
40-46.
Mobility of unem ployed engineers: a case study. 1973 May 41-43.
On the stability of relative black-white unem ploym ent. 1973 May
30-32.




M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
Plunge of em ploym ent during the recent recession, The. 1975 Dec.
8- 10 .
Problem s in m easuring unem ploym ent. 1975 Aug. 3-10.
Regional differences in em ploym ent and unem ploym ent, 1917-72.
1974 Mar. 15-24.
C
Role of the Job Bank in the placem ent process. 1972 Dec. 28-29.
Statistical effect of w ork-training program s on the unem ploym ent
rate. 1972 Sept. 7-13.
Subem ploym ent: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May
3-12.
Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization. 1975 May
13-23.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrialized countries. 1972 June 29-33.
U nem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
Unem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent statistics and what they mean. 1971 Nov. 22-29.
W here unem ploym ent was heaviest in 1972. 1973 Aug. 65-66.
W ork experience of the population:
1969. 1971 Jan. 45-52.
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.
1972. 1974 Feb. 48-56.
1973. 1974 Dec. 49-53.
1974. 1975 Oct. 47-52.
UNEM PLOYM ENT INSURANCE
Changes in State unem ploym ent insurance legislation. 1974 Jan.
39-46.
Com pensation for unem ploym ent due to bad weather. 1972 July
42.
M easuring total and State insured unem ploym ent. 1971 June
47-48.
R eport on State unem ploym ent insurance laws. 1972 Jan. 40-50.
State unem ploym ent insurance changes in 1974. 1975 Jan. 38-42.
State unem ploym ent insurance laws: status report. 1973 Jan.
37-44.
Status report on State unem ploym ent insurance laws. 1971 Jan.
22-30.
Strike benefits of national unions. 1975 Mar. 17-23.
U nem ploym ent insurance: its econom ic perform ance. 1974 Apr.
33-40.
Unions report slow rise in health, insurance, and pension coverage.
1975 Jan. 67-70.
U.S. im pact on jobless aid and w orkm en’s com pensation. 1974
Apr. 46-48.
W ork requirem ents in welfare and unem ploym ent insurance. 1973
Apr. 56-57.
UNION M EM BERSHIP
A ttitudes of Federal scientists and engineers toward unions. 1975
Apr. 57-60.
Changes in union m em bership. 1973 Oct. 2.
L abor m em bership. 1975 Oct. 2.
L abor union m em bership in Canada, 1971. 1972 June 54.
Physicians’ and dentists’ bargaining organizations: a preliminary
look. 1975 June 33-35.
P ortrait of union m em bers. 1973 Jan. 2.
T rends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74. 1975 Feb. 45-52.
Union m em bership in Japan edged upward in 1972. 1973 July 51.
W om en in labor unions. 1971 Feb. 42-48.
W om en’s participation in labor organizations. 1974 Oct. 3-9.
W orking women and their m em bership in labor unions. 1974 May
27-33.
UNION REPRESENTATION ELECTIONS
City em ployee representation and bargaining policies. 1972 Nov.
43-50.
NLRB petitions that are dismissed or withdrawn. 1971 June 71-72.
W hat factors influence union representation elections? 1972 Oct.
49-51.

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SU B JEC T
UNIONS (See Labor organizations.)
UNIT LABOR COST
Changes in productivity and unit labor costs— yearly review. 1971
a
May 3-8.
E m ploym ent C ost Index: a m easure o f change in the ‘price of
lab o r.’ 1975 July 3-12.
M anufacturing labor costs in 1973 rose faster abroad than in U.S.
1974 July 60-61.
Productivity and costs in the private econom y.
1971. 1972 May 12-16.
1972. 1973 May 3-7.
1973. 1974 June 3-9.
1974. 1975 June 3-8.
Productivity and unit labor costs in 12 industrial countries. 1973
Nov. 14-21.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the U nited States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
Unit labor costs in eleven countries. 1971 Aug. 3-12.
Unit labor costs in the U.S. and 10 o ther nations, 1960-71. 1972
July 3-8.
UNITED AUTOM OBILE W ORKERS
Internal affairs hold the spotlight at the UAW convention. 1974
Aug. 52-54.
UNITED KINGDOM
A ttitudes tow ard m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975
Jan. 55-59.
Bargaining and arbitration in British civil service. 1973 Aug.
61-63.
Benefits in G reat Britain for the ‘working p o o r.’ 1972 July 43.
British coal mine strike of 1972. 1972 O ct. 30-36.
British jobless rate shows sharp decline. 1973 Sept. 80.
E uropean experience: linking wages to cost-of-living indexes. 1975
Sept. 53-56.
Improving working life -th e role of E uropean unions. 1974 Sept.
3-11.
Industrial Relations A ct tested in Britain. 1973 Jan. 64-65.
New legal fram ew ork for B ritain’s industrial relations. 1972 Mar.
48-52.
Productivity and unit labor costs in the U nited States and abroad.
1975 July 28-32.
R ecurrent education and m anpow er training in G reat Britain. 1975
Sept. 30-34.
U nem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
U nem ploym ent in the United States and eight foreign countries.
1974 Jan. 47-52.
UNITED STEELW ORKERS OF AM ERICA
Consent decree on seniority in the steel industry. 1975 Mar.
4 3 - 46.
Steelw orkers’ convention reviews constitution, removes dues ceil­
ing. 1974 Dec. 47-48.
U.S.S.R.
Purchasing pow er of w orkers in the Soviet Union. 1971 May
39-45.
Soviet T rade Union Congress urged to increase m em bers’ produc­
tivity. 1972 Aug. 49-50.
U.S. and U.S.S.R. civilian em ploym ent in governm ent. 1972 Aug.
4 4 - 46.
U.S.S.R. econom ic and labor d ata for 1971. 1972 Oct. 61-62.
URBAN EM PLOYM ENT SURVEYS
Em ploym ent among the poor of six central cities. 1973 Oct.
52-53.
VETERANS
Employm ent situation of V ietnam -era veterans:
June 1971. 1971 Sept. 3-11.




June 1972. 1972 Dec. 7-15.
Jobs for veterans. 1973 Feb. 2.
Job situation of V ietnam -era veterans. 1974 Aug. 17-26.
L abor force developm ents. 1974 Nov. 2.
W AGE CALENDAR
C alendar of wage increases and negotiations:
1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
1974. 1974 Jan. 3-8.
1975. 1974 Dec. 24-33.
1976. 1975 Dec. 11-21.
W AGE-PRICE POLICY
Com m ent on wage-price restraints in construction. 1972 Jan. 70.
Com parability wage program s. 1971 Sept. 38-43.
Income policy and the price system. 1971 Aug. 45-48.
Inflation policies and collective bargaining. 1971 Aug. 48-52.
W age-price freeze and incom es policy, 1971. 1972 Apr. 18-21.
W age-price restraints in construction. 1971 Sept. 46-47.
WAGES (See Earnings and wages.)
W ELFARE PLANS
Social and welfare program s for the handicapped abroad. 1972
Aug. 50-51.
W elfare m others and the work ethic. 1972 Aug. 35-37.
W ELFARE REFORM
Federal standards and social welfare. 1974 Apr. 41-43.
M ultiem ployer pension plan provisions in 1973. 1974 Oct. 10-16.
Policy options for welfare reform. 1971 Mar. 23-31.
W elfare reform should m ean the welfare of children. 1973 Apr.
57-59.
W ork ethic is not enough. 1973 Apr. 59-60.
W ork requirem ents in welfare and unem ploym ent insurance. 1973
Apr. 56-57.
W EST GERMANY
G erm an retirem ent pensions made m ore flexible. 1973 Oct. 57.
Unem ploym ent in nine industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June
9-18.
W HITE-COLLAR W ORKERS
Blue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends. 1971 June 3-36.
Changing attitudes and patterns.
Analysis of occupational wage differences.
Earnings and family income.
C om pensation per m an-hour and take-hom e pay.
Com m ent on the findings.
Regional pay differentials in white-collar occupations. 1971 Jan.
53-56.
W hite-collar pay increases. 1975 Aug. 2.
W hite-collar pay in private industry. 1972 Dec. 39-41.
W hite-collar pay rises 9 percent. 1975 Oct. 52-54.
W hite-collar pay up 5.4 percent. 1973 Oct. 53-55.
W hite-collar pay up 6.6 percent. 1972 Jan. 72-74.
W hite-collar salaries rise 6.2 percent. 1971 Jan. 57-59.
W hite-collar salaries rise 6.4 percent. 1974 Oct. 63-64.
W HOLESALE PRICE INDEX (See Prices.)
W OMEN
AFL-CIO focuses on econom ic woes, farm workers, and w om en’s
rights. 1975 Dec. 42-46.
Changes in the labor force status of women. 1973 Aug. 76.
Changes in the occupational structure of U.S. jobs. 1975 Mar.
24-34.
C hildren of working m others:
M arch 1970. 1971 July 19-25.
M arch 1972. 1973 Apr. 37-40.

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M arch 1973. 1974 May 50-58.
M arch 1974. 1975 Jan. 64-74.
D ifferences in hourly earnings betw een m en and wom en. 1971
May 9 -1 5 .
International W om en’s Y ear ... M ore wom en focus on a career.
1975 Nov. 2.
Labor force activity of m arried women. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
O ccupational rankings for m en and women by earnings. 1974 Aug.
34-51.
O ccupations of wom en and black workers, 1962-74. 1975 Nov.
25-35.
Pay differences betw een m en and wom en in the same job. 1971
Nov. 36-39.
Profile of the tem porary help industry and its w orkers. 1974 May
44-49.
Sex stereotyping: its decline in skilled trades. 1974 May 14-22.
W here wom en w ork— analysis by industry and occupation. 1974
an
May 3-13.
W om en and social security in five nations. 1973 Sept. 79.
W om en in labor unions. 1971 Feb. 42-48.
W omen in professional training. 1974 May 41-43.
W omen in professional training— update. 1975 Nov. 49-51.
an
W omen in the econom y. 1974 Jan. 2.
W omen in the labor force:
The early years. 1975 Nov. 3-9.
T he m iddle years. 1975 Nov. 10-16.
The later years. 1975 Nov. 17-24.
W omen in the professions, 1870-1970. 1974 May 34-39.
W om en’s earnings: recent trends and long-run prospects. 1974
May 23-26.
W om en’s participation in labor organizations. 1974 Oct. 3-9.
W orking wom en and the division of household tasks. 1972 Apr.
9 - 14.
W orking wom en and their m em bership in labor unions. 1974 May
27-33.
W ORKERS’ COM PENSATION
Broad accident com pensation law enacted in New Zealand. 1973
Aug. 77-78.
Changes in em ployee com pensation, 1966 to 1972. 1975 Mar.
1 0 - 16.
Changes in w orkm en’s com pensation:
1971. 1972 Jan. 51-55.




1972. 1973 Jan. 45-49.
1973. 1974 Jan. 32-38.
1974. 1975 Jan. 30-37.
Com prom ise agreem ents as a m eans of work injury settlem ent.
1971 Sept. 51-53.
Prevalence of private retirem ent plans. 1975 Oct. 17-20.
U.S. im pact on jobless aid and w orkm en’s com pensation. 1974
Apr. 46-48.
W ORKING LIFE
Table o f expected working life for m en, 1968. 1971 June 49-55.
New type o f working life table for m en. 1972 July 20-27.
W ORK INJURIES AND ILLNESSES
BLS reports first annual data on work injuries and illnesses. 1974
Mar. 45.
C om prom ise agreem ents as a m eans of work injury settlem ent.
1971 Sept. 51-53.
Enforcing job safety: a managerial view. 1975 Mar. 36-39.
Enforcing job safety: a union view of OSH A. 1975 Mar. 39-41.
First results of new BLS survey of occupational injuries and ill­
nesses. 1973 Mar. 58-59.
Setting priorities for NIOSH research. 1974 Mar. 41-43.
T hree years of OSHA: the view from within. 1975 Mar. 35-36.
W ork injuries in atom ic energy establishm ents. 1972 June 50-51.
W ORK MOTIVATION
Analysis of M ichigan’s experience with work incentives. 1971 Sept.
15-22.
W ORK STOPPAGES
British coal mine strike of 1972. 1972 Oct. 30-36.
C an ad a’s discontent with strikes prom pts interest in arbitration.
1973 Aug. 63-64.
Exploring alternatives to the strike— special section. 1973 Sept.
A
33-66.
Public sector strikes—
legislative and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept.
19-22.
Recognition, negotiation, and work stoppages in hospitals. 1971
May 54-58.
Strike benefits o f national unions. 1975 Mar. 17-23.
W ork time lost decreased sharply in 1972. 1973 Feb. 2.
YOUTH (See L abor force, youth.)

DECISIONS

COURT DECISIONS
A ntitrust laws
Conley M otor Express, Inc. v. Russell. 1974 Nov. 61-62.
Connell C onstruction Co. v. Plum bers Local 100. 1975 Sept.
5 7 - 58.
Embry-Riddle A eronautical University v. Ross Aviation, Inc. 1975
Mar. 67-68.
International Association of Asbestos W orkers v. United C ontrac­
tors Association, Inc. 1973 Dec. 68-70.
Bankruptcy Act
NLRB v. Kevin Steel Products, Inc. 1975 Nov. 75.
Shopm en’s Local Union No. 455 v. Kevin Steel Products, Inc.
1974 Dec. 67-68; 1975 Nov. 75.
Civil Rights Act of 1871
Vineyard
78-79.

v. Hollister E lem entary

School

District.

1975

Feb.

Civil Rights Act of 1964
A lbem arle Paper Co. v. M oody; Halifax Local 425, United Paperm akers & Paperw orkers v. Same. 1975 O ct. 57-58.
Alexander v. G ardner-D enver Co. 1975 Mar. 46-48; Apr. 69-70.
Anderson v. City of Berkeley. 1975 June 58-59.
Brown v. G eneral Services A dm inistration, C om m unications Divi­
sion, Region 2. 1975 Mar. 66-67.
Cum mins v. Parker Seal Co. 1975 Sept. 58-59.
Douglas v. H am pton. 1975 June 58.
EEOC v. C ontainer Corp. o f A m erica. 1973 Feb. 57-58.
EEOC v. D etroit Edison Co., 1975 June 61.
EEOC v. M cM illan Bloedel C ontainers, Inc., 1975 Feb. 79-80.
Espinoza v. Farah M anufacturing Co., Inc. 1974 Feb. 68-69.
G reen v. Missouri Pacific Railroad Co. 1975 Oct. 58-59.
Griggs v. D uke Power Co. 1971 June 79-80.
H. Kessler and Co. v. EEOC. 1972 Jan. 77-78.
H aber v. Klassen. 1975 Nov. 74-75.
Hiatt v. City o f Berkeley. 1975 June 58-59.
Hill-Vincent v. Richardson. 1973 Sept. 83.
Jersey C entral Power & Light Co. v. Local Unions, B rotherhood of
Electrical W orkers. 1975 Feb. 77-78.
Johnson v. Pike C orporation o f Am erica. 1972 Feb. 70-71.
Johnson v. University of Pittsburgh. 1973 Nov. 64-65.
Newmon v. Delta Air Lines, Inc. 1974 May 76.
Rios v. E nterprise Association Steam fitter Local <638; United States
v. Same. 1974 Nov. 59-60.
Rogers v. EEOC. 1972 Apr. 51; 1973 Mar. 65.
Smith v. Troyan; Smith v. City of East Cleveland. 1975 Oct.
5 8 - 59.
Stamps v. D etroit Edison Co. 1974 Jan. 70-72; 1975 June 61.
Tyler v. Vickery. 1975 Dec. 57-58.
United States v. Allegheny-Ludlum Industries, Inc. 1975 Mar.
43-46.
United States v. Bethlehem Steel Corp. 1975 M ar. 43-46.
United States v. H. K. Porter Co. 1975 M ar. 43-46.




United States v. N orth Carolina. 1975 Dec. 57-58.
U nited States v. U nited States Steel Corp. 1975 Mar. 43-46.
United States v. W ood, W ire and M etal Lathers, Local 46. 1971
Sept. 66-67.
Vick v. Texas Em ploym ent Commission. 1974 Jan. 73-74.
Vineyard v. Hollister Elem entary School District. 1975 Feb.
78-79.
W etzel v. Liberty M utual Insurance Co. 1974 May 76-77; 1975
June 61-62.
Constitutional issues
A nderson v. City of Berkeley. 1975 June 58-59.
Atlas Roofing Co., Inc. v. O ccupational Safety and Health Review
Commission. 1975 Dec. 58-59.
Buckley v. AFTRA. 1974 Aug. 83-84.
Cleveland Board of Education v. Jo Carol LaFleur; Susan Cohen v.
Chesterfield County School Board. 1974 Apr. 65-67.
Cum mins v. Parker Seal Co. 1975 Sept. 58-59.
Evans v. A m erican Federation of Television and Radio Artists;
Buckley v. Same. 1973 Apr. 70-72.
Fry v. United States. 1975 Aug. 43.
G eduldig v. Aiello. 1974 Oct. 69.
Hiatt v. City o f Berkeley. 1975 June 58-59.
Jim inez v. W einberger. 1974 Oct. 68.
Kelly v. Brennan. 1974 Dec. 67.
Lutz v. Shapp. 1975 Dec. 56-57.
O burn v. Shapp. 1975 Dec. 56-57.
Pittsburgh Press Co. v. Pittsburgh Commission on Human Rights.
1973 Sept. 81-83.
Schlesinger v. Ballard. 1975 Apr. 72-73.
Sugarm an v. Dougall. 1973 Oct. 59-60.
Tyler v. Vickery. 1975 Dec. 57-58.
United States v. N orth Carolina. 1975 Dec. 57-58.
W ong v. Ham pton. 1974 May 74-76.
Criminal law
Muniz v. Hoffman. 1975 Sept. 58.
Economic Stabilization Act of 1970
Fry v. United States. 1975 Aug. 43.
Equal Pay Act (See Fair L abor Standards A ct.)
Executive order
L etter Carriers v. Austin. 1974 Sept. 58-60.
F air L abor Standards Act
B rennan v. Fields. 1974 Apr. 69.
B rennan v. New Jersey. 1974 Feb. 69-71.
Corning Glass W orks v. Brennan. 1974 Aug. 79-81.
Falk v. Brennan. 1974 Mar. 50-51.
G olden State Bottling Co. v. NLRB. 1974 Apr. 68-69.
Kelly v. Brennan. 1974 Dec. 67.
L eone v. Mobil Oil Corp. 1974 Nov. 62.
Shultz v. W heaton Glass Co. 1971 Feb. 64-65.
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Souder v. Brennan. 1974 Feb. 71.
Federal C orrupt Practices Act
Pipefitters, Local 652 v. U nited States. 1972 Sept. 63-65.
Rios v. Reynolds Metals Co. 1973 Feb. 58-59.
W alker v. Kleindienst. 1973 Sept. 83-84.
Federal Em ployers’ Liability Act
United T ransportation U nion v. State Bar. 1971 July 58-59.
Freedom of Inform ation Act
NLRB v. Sears, R oebuck & Co. 1975 July 50-51.
Renegotiation Board v. G rum m an A ircraft Engineering Corp. 1975
July 50-51.
H atch Act
National Association of L etter C arriers v. U.S. Civil Service C om ­
mission. 1972 Nov. 59-60.
U.S. Civil Service Com mission v. L etter C arriers. 1973 Oct. 58-59.
Hobbs Act
United States v. Enmons. 1973 May 57.
L abor M anagem ent Relations Act (See N ational Labor Relations
A ct.)
L abor-M anagem ent R eporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
Bachowski v. Brennan. 1974 Dec. 68.
Boilerm akers v. H ardem an. 1971 June 81-83.
C olorado L abor Council, AFL-CIO v. AFL-CIO. 1973 Nov. 65-66.
Hall v. Cole. 1973 Aug. 81-83.
Hood v. Journeym en Barbers. 1972 May 57-58.
National Right to W ork Legal Defense and Education Foundation,
Inc. v. Richey. 1975 June 61; Nov. 75.
NLRB v. Scrivener. 1972 May 58-59.
United A utom obile W orkers v. N ational Right to W ork Legal
Defense and Education Foundation, Inc. 1974 Jan. 74-75.
M ilitary Selective Service Act
Foster v. D ravo Corp. 1975 May 65.
Van H oedt v. W heelabrator-Frye, Inc. 1975 Dec. 60.
National L abor Relations Act
A etna Freight Lines, Inc. v. NLRB. 1975 Dec. 59-60.
AHI M achine Tool and Die. Inc. v. NLRB and United Autom obile
W orkers intervener. 1971 Jan. 63-64.
Allied C hem ical W orkers, Local 1 v. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
1972 Mar. 56-58.
Associated Press v. NLRB. 1974 June 64.
A uburndale Freezer Corp. v. NLRB. 1971 Apr. 69-70.
Bayard v. NLRB. 1974 Dec. 65-67.
Bell A erospace Co., Division of T extron, Inc. v. NLRB. 1973 June
65-67.
Boilerm akers v. H ardem an. 1971 June 81-83.
Brewery W orkers, Local 163 v. Stegm aier Brewing Co. 1972 June
55.
B rotherhood of Electrical W orkers, Local 2188 v. NLRB. 1974
June 63-64.
Brotherhood of Painters, New York D istrict Council No. 9 v.
NLRB. 1972 Apr. 50-51.
Buckley v. AFTRA. 1974 Aug. 83-84.
Burns International D etective Agency, Inc. v. NLRB. 1971 Aug.
68 .

Conley M otor Express, Inc. v. Russell. 1974 Nov. 61-62.
C onnecticut L ight & Pow er Co. v. NLRB. 1973 July 53*-54.
Connell C onstruction Co. v. Plum bers Local 100. 1975 Sept.
57-58.
C ontractors A ssociation o f E astern Pennsylvania v. Secretary of
Labor. 1971 Sept. 64-66.
Eazor Express, Inc. v. T eam sters. 1973 July 54-55; 1975 Dec. 60.
EEOC v M cM illan Bloedel C ontainers, Inc. 1975 Feb. 79-80.




Evans v. Am erican Federation of Television and Radio Artists;
Buckley v. Same. 1973 Apr. 70-72.
Florida Power & Light Co. v. B rotherhood of Electrical W orkers,
Locals 641, 622, 769, and 820. 1974 Sept. 57-58.
Food Store Em ployees, Local 347 v. NLRB. 1973 July 55.
Gateway Coal Co. v. United Mine W orkers. 1972 Oct. 66-67;
1974 Apr. 67-68.
s
G raphic Arts Union v. NLRB. 1974 Dec. 64-65.
Grissom v. NLRB. 1974 Nov. 62-63.
H anna Mining Co. v. United Steelworkers. 1972 Nov. 60-61.
Hoffm an v. C em ent Masons, Local 337. 1973 Feb. 59-60.
Howard Johnson Co., Inc. v. Hotel & R estaurant Employees,
D etroit Local Joint Executive Board. 1974 Aug. 81-83.
Hudgens v. NLRB. 1975 Jan. 77-78.
Ice Cream Drivers, Team sters Local 757 v. Borden, Inc. 1971 Feb.
63-64.
Inter-Collegiate Press v. NLRB. 1974 Jan. 72-73.
Kellog Co. v. NLRB. 1971 Aug. 69-70; 1973 Apr. 72-73.
Kiser v. Boyle. 1975 June 59-61.
Kiser v. Huge. 1975 June 59-61.
L aborers’ Local 107 v. Kunco, Inc. 1973 May 57.
Leskiw v. B rotherhood of Electrical W orkers, Local 1470. 1972
Oct. 67-68; 1973 Feb. 60.
Linden Lum ber Division, Sum ner & Co. v. NLRB. 1975 Mar.
65-66.
Local 1104, C om m unications W orkers of Am erica v. NLRB. 1975
Nov. 72-73.
M achinists, Booster Lodge 405 v. NLRB. 1973 Aug. 80-81.
N ational Cash Register Em ployees’ Independent Union v. NLRB.
1972 Dec. 42; 1973 July 55.
NLRB v. Bachrodt C hevrolet Co. 1973 Jan. 67-68, July 55.
NLRB v. Beck Engraving Co. 1975 Dec. 59.
NLRB v. Bell A erospace Co., Div. of Textron, Inc. 1974 July
6 2 - 64.
NLRB v. Big Three Industries, Inc. 1974 Nov. 62-63.
NLRB v. Boeing Co. 1973 Mar. 65-66, Aug. 79-80.
NLRB v. B rotherhood of Electrical W orkers, Local 134. 1974
Sept. 57-58.
NLRB v. Burns International Security Services, Inc. 1972 Sept.
65-66.
NLRB v. C & I Air Conditioning, Inc. 1974 Mar. 52.
NLRB v. Caravelle W ood Products, Inc. 1975 Feb. 80-81.
NLRB v. Dothan Eagle, Inc. 1971 Feb. 65-66.
NLRB v. Fisherm en & Allied W orkers, Local 33, International
L ongshorem en’s and W arehousem en’s Union. 1972 Jan. 77.
NLRB v. Florida M achine & Foundry Co. 1971 Mar. 71; 1973
Jan. 70.
NLRB v. G ranite State Joint Board, Textile W orkers. 1973 Feb.
56-57.
NLRB v. Hershey Foods. 1975 Aug. 44-45.
NLRB v. Holmes T uttle Broadway Ford, Inc. 1972 Dec. 45.
NLRB v. International Van Lines. 1972 Jan. 76-77; 1973 Jan.
68-69.
NLRB v. J. W eingarten, Inc. 1975 May 62-63.
NLRB v. Kevin Steel Products, Inc. 1975 Nov. 75.
NLRB v. Local No. 106, Glass Bottle Blowers Association. 1975
Nov. 72.
NLRB v. M adison C ourier, Inc. 1975 Jan. 75-76.
NLRB v. Magnavox Co. 1974 June 61-62.
NLRB v. M ansion House C enter M anagem ent Corp. 1973 May
56-57.
NLRB v. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 1972 Feb. 71-73.
NLRB v. Plasterers’, Local 79. 1972 Mar. 58-59.
NLRB v. Rochester Musicians Association Local 66. 1975 Sept.
59-60.
NLRB v. Savair M anufacturing Co. 1974 Mar. 49-50.
NLRB v. Team sters Local 413. 1975 Mar. 65-66.
NLRB v. Union C arbide Corp. 1971 May 69-70, Aug. 68-69.
NLRB v. W estern A ddition Com m unity Organization. 1975 May
6 3 - 65.
Oil, Chem ical and A tom ic W orkers v. NLRB. 1974 Mar. 51-52.
Pete v. United Mine W orkers W elfare and Retirem ent Fund. 1975
June 59-61.
Shell Oil Co. v. NLRB. 1972 July 45-46.

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D E C IS IO N S
Shopm en’s Local Union No. 455 v. Kevin Steel Products, Inc.
1974 Dec. 67-68; 1975 Nov. 75.
Sinclair Oil Corp. v. Oil, Chem ical and Atom ic W orkers. 1972
Feb. 73.
Stamps v. D etroit Edison Co.; United States v. Same. 1974 Jan.
70-72.
Steelworkers v. U.S. Gypsum Co. 1972 Aug. 53.
Team sters, Local 249 v. Bill’s T rucking, Inc. 1974 July ^34-65.
Textile W orkers Union v. NLRB (J. P. Stevens & Co.). 1973 May
54-56.
The Emporium Capwell Co. v. W estern A ddition Com m unity O r­
ganization. 1975 May 63-65.
U.S. Bulk C arriers, Inc. v. Arguelles. 1971 May 67-68.
United A utom obile W orkers v. Scofield. 1971 May 66-67.
United States v. International L ongshorem en’s Association, Local
418. 1972 Feb. 69-70.
United States Pipe and Foundry Co. v. NLRB Local 155. Interna­
tional M olders and Allied W orkers v. NLRB. 1971 May 68-69.
United Steelw orkers v. U.S. Gypsum Co. 1974 July 65-66.
Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. v. NLRB. 1971 Aug. 70-71.
W ichita Eagle & Beacon Publishing Co., Inc. v. NLRB. 1973 Nov.
64.
Zim ’s Foodliner, Inc. v. NLRB. 1974 July 66-67.

Norris-LaGuardia Act
Conley M otor Express, Inc. v. Russell. 1974 Nov. 61-62.
Emery Air Freight Corp. v. Local 295, Team sters. 1972 Jan.
75-76.
Muniz v. Hoffman. 1975 Sept. 58.
Port of H ouston A uthority v. M asters, M ates and Pilots. 1972 Aug.
54.

Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970
Accu-N am ics, Inc. v. O ccupational Safety and Health Review
Com mission. 1975 Oct. 59-60.
Atlas Roofing Co. v. O ccupational Safety and Health Review C om ­
mission. 1975 Dec. 58-59.
Dunlop v. Burlington N orthern Railroad. 1975 Nov. 75.
Leone v. Mobil Oil Corp. 1974 Nov. 62.
Skidmore v. Travelers Insurance Co. 1973 July 53.

Railway Labor Act
Air Line Pilots v. Civil A eronautics Board. 1974 Dec. 68.
Chicago and N orthw estern Railway Co. v. U nited T ransportation
Union. 1971 Oct. 67-68.
Delaware and Hudson Railway Co. v. United T ransportation
Union. 1971 Sept. 62-63.
M achinists v. Reeve A leutian Airways, Inc. 1971 Dec. 74.
United T ransportation Union v. Burlington N orthern, Inc. 1971
Sept. 63.
California D epartm ent of Hum an Resources D evelopm ent v. Java.
1971 Aug. 67-68.

Social Security Act
ITT Lam p Division of the International Telephone and Telegraph
Corp. v. M inter. 1971 Sept. 63-64.
Jiminez v. W einberger. 1974 O ct. 68.

State laws
Dean v. The G adsden Tim es Publishing Corp. 1973 Nov. 66.
Geduldig v. Aiello. 1974 Oct. 69.
L etter C arriers v. Austin. 1974 Sept. 58-60.
Lodge 76, M achinists & A erospace W orkers v. W isconsin Em ploy­
m ent Relations Commission. 1975 July 51-52.
Smigel v. Southgate Com m unity School District. 1973 Mar. 63-65.
Sugarm an v. Dougall. 1973 O ct. 59-60; 1974 Feb. 68-69.
Town of N orth Kingston v. The N orth Kingston T eachers Associa­
tion. 1973 Mar. 63-65.




Taft-Hartley Act (See National Labor Relations A ct.)
Other court decisions
Dean v. The Gadsden Times Publishing Corp. 1973 Nov. 66.
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. v. United Mine W orkers. 1975 Nov.
74.
M arker v. Shultz. 1973 Dec. 70-71.
U nited Federation of Postal Clerks v. Blount. 1971 July 60-61.

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD DECISIONS
Ace L etter Service Co. and International Printing Pressmen. 1971
May 70.
Aero-M otive M anufacturing Co. and District Lodge 117, M achin­
ists. 1972 June 57.
A etna Freight Lines, Inc. and Association of Special Haulers,
Local 100. 1972 Apr. 51-52.
Afro Jobbing & M anufacturing Corp. and United Automobile
W orkers. 1971 Jan. 63.
A irporter Inn Hotel and Services & Hospital Employees Local 399.
1975 Apr. 70-72.
Allison-Haney, Inc. and Operating Engineers, Locals 953-953A.
1971 Mar. 72.
Barton Brands, Ltd. and Distillery W orkers, Local 23 and Edward
Humes. 1975 Jan. 79-80.
Bell & Howell Co., Chicago, 111., and O perating Engineers, Local
399. 1975 Jan. 78-79.
B. F. G oodrich Co. and Team sters, Local 804. 1972 July 44-45.
Bridge, Structural and O rnam ental Iron W orkers, Local 103 and
A ssociated G eneral C ontractors of Am erica, Evansville Chapter.
1971 Dec. 75.
Brooks Research & M anufacturing, Inc. and United Automobile
W orkers, Local 710. 1973 June 67-68.
Cavalier Industries, Inc. and Team sters, Local 327. 1972 Aug.
54-55.
Chicago T ypographical Union No. 16 and Ham mond Publishers,
Inc. 1975 June 59.
C oca Cola Bottling W orks, Inc. and Retail, W holesale and D epart­
m ent Store Union. 1971 Mar. 70-71.
Collyer Insulated W ire, a Gulf and W estern Systems Co., and
Local 1098, B rotherhood of Electrical W orkers. 1971 Nov.
64-66.
Colum bus Printing Pressmen & A ssistants’ Union No. 252 and R.
W. Page Corp. 1975 Nov. 73-74.
D etroit Mailers Union No. 40, International Typographical Union
and D etroit New spaper Publishers Association. 1971 Dec.
74-75.
Distributive W orkers, District 65 and Frances Flores. 1975 Mar.
68-69.
E lectronic R eproduction Service Corp. and District 65, Distribu­
tive W orkers of Am erica. 1975 Jan. 76-77, Apr. 69-70.
First C hurch of Christ, Scientist in Boston and Local 103, B rother­
hood of Electrical W orkers, and Local 33, B rotherhood of C ar­
penters. 1972 Apr. 49-50.
Flint M otor Inn Co. and Local 794, Hotel and Restaurant Em­
ployees. 1972 Apr. 52-53.
G eneral Electric Co., and International Union of Electrical W or­
kers (IU E) and Local 705. 1971 Jan. 65.
G eneral Electric Co. (C oshocton, Ohio, Plant) and United Steel­
w orkers. 1972 M ar. 59-60.
G eneral Electric Co. (Seattle, W ash.) and International Union of
Electrical W orkers (IU E); G eneral Electric Co. (Dover, Ohio)
and IUE, Local 705; and General Electric Co. (Rom e, G a.) and
IUE. 1971 July 61.
G eneral Team sters, Local 386 and Construction Material
Trucking, Inc. 1972 Dec. 43-45.
Jubilee M anufacturing Co. and United Steelworkers. 1973 June
65.
Kellog Co., and Local 3, Am erican Federation of Grain Millers.
1971 Aug. 69-70.
L aher Spring & E lectric Car Corp., and Glen Robbins. 1971 Nov.
63-64.
L athers Union Local 104 and Associated General Contractors,
Seattle C hapter. 1971 Feb. 66-67.

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M agnavox Co. of Tennessee and International Union of Electrical
W orkers. 1972 May 59-60.
M alrite of W isconsin, Inc. and W isconsin Broadcast Engineers,
Local 715 o f B rotherhood of E lectrical W orkers. 1972 Nov.
61-62.
M ontana-D akota Utilities Co., and System Council U-13, B rother­
hood of Electrical W orkers. 1971 Aug. 69.
National M obile Homes, Division of N ational Homes C orp., and
International Union of Electrical W orkers. 1971 Mar. 71-72.
Pacific
M aritim e
A ssociation
and
L ongshorem en’s
and
W arehousem en’s Union, Local 52. 1974 June 62.
Pacific M aritim e A ssociation and Office and Professional Em ­
ployees, Local 3. 1971 Jan. 64-65.
Painters and Allied T rades, Local 798 and M aster Painters As­
sociation and Gypsum Drywall C ontractors, Nassau Divisions.
1974 Nov. 60-61.
Peoples Gas Systems, Inc. and T eam sters Local 769. 1975 Mar.
68 .

Polytech, Inc. and Ronald Law rence. 1972 June 57.
Printers and Allied T rades, Local 798 and M aster Painters As­




M ONTH LY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
sociation and Gypsum Drywall C ontractors, Nassau Divisions.
1974 Nov. 60-61.
Roadway Express, Inc. and Clay Donald Ferguson. 1975 July 52.
R. J. Smith C onstruction Co., Inc. and Local 150, O perating En­
gineers. 1971 Oct. 66-67.
Shell Oil Co. and Oil, Chem ical and Atomic W orkers. 1972 Apr.
52.
Springfield D iscount, Inc. and Retail Clerks, Local 1696. 1972
June 57-58.
T eam sters, Local 315 and Marilyn Holman. 1975 Aug. 43-44.
T eam sters, Local 729 and W alter Sturgeon and Law rence E.
Bovinett. 1971 Aug. 68-69.
Tiidee Products, Inc. and International Union of Electrical W or­
kers. 1972 May 59.
T ranscontinental T heaters and T heater Janitors Union Local 121.
1975 July 52-53.
United A ircraft Corp. and International Association of Machinists.
1971 Nov. 62-63.
W ahl C lipper Corp. and Employees of Wahl Clipper Corp. and
M achinists, Local 1988. 1972 June 55-56.

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A aron, Benjam in and K. W. W edderburn, eds. In d u stria l C on flict:
A C o m p a r a tiv e L eg a l S u rv e y . 1973 Nov. 77-78.
------and others. A R e v ie w o f In d u stria l R e la tio n s R e se a r c h , V olum e
II. 1972 Sept. 81-82.
A aron, Henry J. S h e lte r a n d S u b sid ies: W ho B e n e fits F rom F ederal
H ou sin g P o licies? 1972 Dec. 67-68.
------. W hy Is W elfare So H a rd to R e fo rm ? 1973 Oct. 68.
Abbas, S. A. and Irving Brecher. F o reig n A id a n d In d u stria l
D e v e lo p m e n t in P a k ista n . 1973 Feb. 86-87.
A bodeely, John E. The N L R B a n d th e A p p r o p ria te B a rg a in in g U nit.
1972 O ct. 81.
Adell, B. L. and D. D. C arter. C o lle c tiv e B a rg a in in g f o r U n iv e rsity
F a c u lty in C a n a d a . 1973 Feb. 70-71.
Alcock, Antony. H isto ry o f th e In te rn a tio n a l L a b o r O rg a n iza tio n .
1973 Apr. 85-86.
A ldcroft, D erek H. The In te r-W a r E c o n o m y : B rita in , 1 9 1 9 - 1 9 3 9 .
1971 Nov. 84-85.
Alderfer, Clayton P. E x iste n c e , R e la te d n e ss, a n d G r o w th : H u m an
N eed s in O r g a n iz a tio n a l S e ttin g s. 1973 M ar. 78-79.
Alexander, Albert. The C h a llen g e o f E c o n o m ic s: A G u id e f o r the
P erplex ed . 1971 July 75-76.
Allan, Leslie and others. P a p e r P ro fits: P o llu tio n in th e P ulp a n d
P ap er In d u stry . 1973 Dec. 83-84.
Anderson, M erilee and M onroe Berkowitz. P A D E C , A n E v a lu a tio n
o f an E x p e rim e n ta l R e h a b ilita tio n P ro ject. 1975 Apr. 83.
Argyle, M ichael. The S o cia l P sy c h o lo g y o f W ork. 1973 Apr. 84.
Argyris, Chris. In te rv e n tio n T h eo ry a n d M e th o d : A B e h a v io ra l
S cien ce V iew . 1971 July 70-71.
------. The A p p lic a b ility o f O rg a n iz a tio n a l S o cio lo g y. 1973 Oct.
75-76.
Arian, Edward. B a ch, B e e th o v e n a n d B u re a u c ra c y : The C ase o f th e
P h ila d elp h ia O rc h e stra . 1972 Mar. 71-72.
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In te re st. 1973 Oct. 73-74.
A rm entano, D. T. The M y th s o f A n titr u s t: E c o n o m ic T heory a n d
L eg a l C a ses. 1972 Dec. 53-54.
Arrow, Kenneth J. The L im its o f O r g a n iz a tio n . 1975 Jan. 87-88.
A rthurs, H.W. C o lle c tiv e B a rg a in in g b y P u b lic E m p lo y e e s in
C an a d a : F ive M o d els. 1972 O ct. 37-43.
Ashenfelter, Orley and A lbert Rees, eds. D isc rim in a tio n in L a b o r
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Aurand, H arold W. F rom th e M o lly M a g u ire s to th e U n ite d M in e
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1972 May 80-81.
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in H ig h er E d u ca tio n . 1972 July 58-59.
Azzi, Corry F. E q u ity a n d E fficien cy E ffe c ts f r o m M a n p o w e r P ro ­
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Bach, G. L. M a k in g M o n e ta r y a n d F isca l P o lic y . 1972 Apr. 62-63.
------. The N e w In fla tio n : C a u se s, E ffe c ts, C u res. 1974 Feb. 80-81.
Bachm an, Jerald B. and Jerom e Johnston. Y oun g M en a n d M ilita r y
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Baer, W alter E. G rie v a n c e H a n d lin g : 101 G u id e s f o r S u p erviso rs.
1971 May 83-84.
------. P ra ctice a n d P reced e n t in L a b o r R e la tio n s. 1973 Dec. 81-82.




Bagdikian, Ben H. The In fo rm a tio n M a c h in es: T heir Im p a c t on M an
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Bahr, Howard M., Bruce A. Chadwick, R obert C. Day, eds. N a tiv e
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Bain, George Sayers. The G ro w th o f W h ite-C ollar U n ion ism . 1971
Feb. 80-81.
Baldwin, R obert E. N o n ta r iff D isto r tio n s o f In te rn a tio n a l Trade.
1971 June 94-95.
Balfour, Campbell. In d u stria l R e la tio n s in th e C o m m o n M arket.
1973 Apr. 87-89.
Barnes, Louis, A braham Zaleznik, Gene Dalton. O rie n ta tio n an d
C o n flict in C areer. 1971 Oct. 78.
Barsby, Steve L. C o st-B e n e fit A n a lysis a n d M a n p o w e r P rogram s.
1974 Apr. 79-81.
Barth, M ichael C., George J. Carcagno, John L. Palmer. T ow ard
an E ffe c tiv e In c o m e S u p p o rt S y ste m :
C h o ices, W ith an O v e r v ie w P aper. 1975
Bates, R obert H. U n io n s, P a rties, a n d
S tu d y o f M in e w o rk e rs in Z a m b ia . 1972

P roblem s, P ro sp e cts, an d

Oct. 67-68.
P o litica l D e v e lo p m e n t: A

Sept. 82.
Baum, Stephen J. and W. McEwan Young. A P ra ctica l G u ide to
F lexible W orking H ou rs. 1975 Apr. 80-81.
Beck, Robert H. and others. The C h an gin g S tru c tu re o f E urope:
E c o n o m ics, S ocial, a n d P o litica l T rends. 1971 Jan. 78-79.
Becker, Joseph M., S.J. E xperien ce R a tin g in U n e m p lo y m e n t In­
su ra n ce: A n E x p e rim e n t in C o m p e titiv e S ocialism . 1974 Apr.
82-83.
Beckerm an, W ilfred. T w o C h eers f o r th e A fflu e n t S o c ie ty , A S pirited
D e fen se o f E c o n o m ic G ro w th . 1975 Oct. 69-70.
Beckford, George L. P e rsiste n t P o v e rty : U n d e rd e v e lo p m e n t in P lan ­
ta tio n E c o n o m ies o f th e T hird W orld. 1973 Feb. 87-88.
B e lc h e r , A . L e e , H ugh P. A very, O sca r S. Sm ith. L a b o r R ela tio n s
in H ig h er E d u c a tio n . 1972 July 58-59.
Bell, Cecil H., Jr., and W endell L. French. O rg a n iza tio n D e v e lo p ­
m e n t: B e h a v io ra l S cien ce In te rv e n tio n s f o r O rg a n iza tio n Im p ro v e ­
m e n t. 1974 June 83-84.
Bell, Daniel. The C o m in g o f P o st-In d u stria l S o ciety: A V enture in
S o cia l F oreca stin g . 1975 Sept. 70-71.
Benet, Mary Kathleen. The S e c re ta ria l G h e tto . 1974 May 85-89.
Bergsten, C. F. and others. U .S. F oreign E c o n o m ic P olicy f o r the
1 9 7 O's: A N e w A pp ro a ch to N ew R e a litie s. 1972 Sept. 77-78.
Berkley, George E. T he D e m o c ra tic P o lice m a n . 1971 Jan. 76.
Berkowitz, M onroe and Merilee Anderson. P A D E C , A n E valu ation
o f an E x p e rim e n ta l R e h a b ilita tio n P ro je c t. 1975 Apr. 83.
Berland, Theodore. T he F ig h t f o r Q u ie t. 1972 June 71-72.
Berliner, Joseph S. E c o n o m y , S o ciety a n d W elfare: A S tu d y in Social
E c o n o m ics. 1973 M ar. 76-78.
Bernstein, Marilyn, Neal Gross, Joseph B. Giacquinta. Im p le m e n t­
in g O rg a n iz a tio n a l In n o v a tio n s: A S o c io lo g ica l A n a lysis o f P lan n ed
E d u c a tio n a l C h an ge. 1972 Dec. 57-61.
Berthoff, Rowland. A n U n se ttle d P eople: S ocial O rd e r a n d D isorder
in A m e ric a n H isto r y . 1971 Sept. 83-84.
Beynon, H. and R. M. Blackburn. P e rcep tio n s o f W ork: V ariations
W ithin a F a c to ry . 1973 Oct. 72-73.
Billings, Richard N. and John Greenya. P o w e r to th e P ublic W orker.

1975 Jan. 88-89.
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Bird, Caroline. E v e ry th in g a W om an N eed s to K n o w to G e t P aid
W hat S h e's W orth. 1974 May 85-89.
------. The C ase A g a in st C o lleg e. 1975 Dec. 67-68.
------. T he C ro w d in g S y n d r o m e —L ea rn in g to L iv e W ith Too M uch
a n d Too M a n y . 1972 Nov. 71-74.
Blackburn, R. M. and H. Beynon. P erc e p tio n s o f W ork: V ariations
W ithin a F a c to ry . 1973 Oct. 72-73.
Blair, John M. E c o n o m ic C o n c e n tr a tio n : S tru c tu re , B e h a v io r, a n d
P ublic P o lic y . 1972 Oct. 79.
Blanpain, Roger. P u b lic E m p lo y e e U n io n ism in B elg iu m . 1972 Oct.
37-43.
Blanpain, Roger, ed., The B u lletin of the Institute for Labor R ela­
tions. 1974 Sept. 66-67.
Blaustein, A rthur I. and Geoffrey Faux. The S ta r-S p a n g le d H u stle:
W hite P o w e r a n d B lack C a p ita lism . 1974 Jan. 82-84.
Blawis, Patricia Bell. T ijerin a a n d th e L a n d G ra n ts: M e x ica n A m e r ­
ican s in S tru g g le f o r T h eir H erita g e. 1972 July 63-64.
Blinder, Alan S. and others. The E c o n o m ic s o f P u b lic F in an ce.
1975 July 62-63.
Bloom, G ordon F. and F. M arion Fletcher. T he N eg ro in th e S u p er­
m a rk e t In d u stry . 1972 Dec. 70-71.
------, F. M arion Fletcher, C harles R. Perry. N eg ro E m p lo y m e n t in
R e ta il T rade: A S tu d y o f R a c ia l P o licies in th e D e p a r tm e n t S tore,
D r u g s to re , a n d S u p e rm a r k e t In d u stries. 1974 July 75-76.
Blum, A lbert A., ed. T ea ch er U n io n s a n d A sso c ia tio n s: A C o m p a ra ­
tiv e S tu d y . 1971 Jan. 73.

Blumstein,

Alfred, M urray

Kamrass,

A rm and

B. Weiss, eds.

S y s te m s A n a ly sis f o r S o cia l P ro b lem s. 1971 Sept. 80-81.
Bohm, P eter and Allen V. Kneese, eds. The E c o n o m ic s o f E n v ir o n ­
m e n t: P a p ers f r o m F o u r N a tio n s. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Bok, D erek C. and John T. Dunlop. L a b o r a n d th e A m e ric a n C o m ­
m u n ity . 1971 Jan. 72.
Bolton, J. Harvey. F lex ib le W orkin g H o u rs. 1972 Aug. 71-72.
Boren, Jam es H. W hen In D o u b t, M u m b le : A B u rea u cra t's H a n d ­
book. 1973 M ar. 85-86.
Bornstein, Tim and Frank W. M cCulloch. The N a tio n a l L a b o r
R e la tio n s B o a rd . 1974 Dec. 74-75.
Boruch, R obert F. and W. R odm an Snelling. S cien ce in L ib e ra l A rts
C olleg es: A L o n g itu d in a l S tu d y o f 4 9 S e le c tiv e C o lleg es. 1974

Feb. 85-86.
Boulding, Kenneth E. E c o n o m ic s o f P o llu tio n . 1972 Aug. 68-69.
------and M artin Pfaff, eds. R e d is trib u tio n to th e R ich a n d th e P oor:
The G r a n ts E c o n o m ic s o f In c o m e D istr ib u tio n . 1973 Nov. 76-77.
------ and T apan M aukerjee, eds. E c o n o m ic Im p e ria lism : A B ook o f
R e a d in g s. 1972 Dec. 62-63.
Bouvard, M arguerite. L a b o r M o v e m e n ts in th e C o m m o n M a rk e t
C o u n trie s: T he G r o w th o f a E u ro p ea n P ressu re G ro u p . 1973 Apr.
87-89.
Bowen, Frank M. and Eugene C. Lee. The M u ltic a m p u s U n iv e rsity :
A S tu d y o f A c a d e m ic G o v e rn a n c e . 1972 July 60-61.
Bower, Blair T. and Allen V. Kneese, eds. E n v ir o n m e n ta l Q u a lity
A n a ly sis: T h eo ry a n d M e th o d in th e S o cia l S cien ces. 1973 Feb.
79-82.
Bramwell, Jonathan. C o u ra g e in C risis: The B lack P ro fessio n a l
T o d a y. 1973 Mar. 84-85.
Braun, R obert J. T each ers a n d P o w er: T he S to ry o f th e A m erica n
F e d era tio n o f T eachers. 1972 Dec. 55-56.
Brecher, Charles. The Im p a c t o f F e d era l A n tip o v e r ty P o licies. 1974
August 95-97.
Brecher, Irving and S. A. Abbas. F o reig n A id a n d In d u stria l
D e v e lo p m e n t in P a k ista n . 1973 Feb. 86-87.
Brecher, Jerem y. S trik e: The T rue H isto ry o f M a ss In su rg en ce in
A m erica f r o m 1 8 7 7 to th e P resen t. 1973 Feb. 73-74.
Brenner, Y. S. A g ric u ltu re a n d th e E c o n o m ic D e v e lo p m e n t o f L o w
In co m e C o u n trie s. 1973 Feb. 88.
Bristow, J. A. and A. A. T ait, eds. Irela n d : S o m e P ro b lem s o f a
D e v e lo p in g E c o n o m y . 1973 Apr. 89-90.
Brodeur, Paul. E x p e n d a b le A m e ric a n s. 1975 May 72-73.
Brown, H arrison and Edward Hutchings, Jr., eds. A re O u r D e s c e n ­
d a n ts D o o m e d ?

T ech n o lo g ica l C h a n g e a n d P o p u la tio n

G r o w th .

1972 Nov. 71-74.
Brown, J. Douglas. A n A m e ric a n P h ilo so p h y o f S o cia l S e c u rity :
E v o lu tio n a n d Issu es. 1973 Oct. 69-71.




Brown, Lester R. with Erik P. Eckholm . B y B read A lon e. 1975 July
66-67.
Brubaker, Sterling. To L iv e on E a rth : M an a n d H is E n v iro n m e n t in
P e rsp e c tiv e . 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Bruce-Biggs, B. and H erm an Kahn. T hings to C o m e —T hinking
A b o u t th e S e v e n tie s a n d E igh ties. 1973 Oct. 76-80.
Bruner, Jerom e S. The R e le v a n c e o f E d u ca tio n . 1972 Feb. 88-89.
Buel, Ronald A. D e a d E nd: The A u to m o b ile in M ass T ra n sportation .
1972 Sept. 84-85.
Bullock, Paul, ed. A F u ll E m p lo y m e n t P olicy f o r A m erica : A S y m ­
p o siu m a t U C L A , O c to b e r 1 3, 1 9 7 3 . 1975 May 75.
Burke, V incent J. and Vee Burke. N ix o n 's G o o d D e e d —W elfare
R e fo rm . 1975 Oct. 67-68.
Bussey, Ellen M. T he F ligh t f r o m R u ra l P o v e r ty —H ow N a tio n s
C ope. 1974 Sept. 12-13.
Byham, William C. and M orton Edward Spitzer. The L a w a n d P er­
so n n e l T estin g. 1973 Jan. 79-81.
Cagan, Phillip and others. E c o n o m ic P o lic y a n d In flation in th e S ix­
ties. 1973 Nov. 49-52.
Cahn, William. A P ic to ria l H isto ry o f A m erica n L abor. 1973 May
68-69.
C aiden, G erald E. P u b lic E m p lo y m e n t C o m p u lso ry A rb itra tio n in
A u stra lia . 1972 O ct. 37-43.
Calabresi, Guido. T he C osts o f A c c id e n ts—A L eg a l a n d E c on om ic
A n a ly sis. 1972 May 70-71.
Caldwell, Lynton K. In D efen se o f E a rth : In te rn a tio n a l P ro tectio n
o f th e B iosph ere. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Cam pbell, Angus. W h ite A ttitu d e s T o w a rd B lack P eople. 1973 Jan.
81-82.
------ and Philip E. Converse, eds. The H u m an M e a n in g o f S ocial
C h an ge. 1972 Nov. 74-75.
C anada D epartm ent o f Labor. W om en's B ureau '72. 1973 July 71.
Canby, Steven L. M ilita r y M a n p o w e r P ro cu re m en t: A P olicy A n a ly ­
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Capozzola, John M. and Sterling D. Spero. The U rban C o m m u n ity
a n d Its U n io n ize d B u reau cracie s: P ressu re P o litics
G o v e r n m e n t L a b o r R e la tio n s. 1974 Mar. 62-63.

in

L ocal

Carcagno, George J., John L. Palm er, M ichael C. Barth. T ow ard
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C arpenter, Jesse Thom as. C o m p e titio n a n d C o lle c tiv e B argain ing in
th e N eed le T rades, 1 9 1 0 - 1 9 6 7 . 1973 Feb. 68.
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C arter, Joseph, ed. L a b o r L o b b y ist: The A u to b io g ra p h y o f John W.
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C arter, Thom as P. M e x ica n A m e ric a n s in S ch ool: A H isto ry o f E d u ­
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Case, Frederick E. B lack C a p ita lism : P ro b lem s in D e v e lo p m e n t—
A
C ase S tu d y o f L o s A n g eles. 1973 Dec. 82-83.
Castles, Stephen and G odula Kosack. Im m ig ra n t W orkers a n d C lass
S tru c tu re in W estern E u rope. 1974 Sept. 13-14.
Caudill, Harry. M y L a n d is D y in g . 1972 June 72-73.
Cavanagh, G erald and Theodore Purcell. B lacks in the In d u stria l
W orld. 1973 Mar. 82-83.
Chadwick, Bruce A., R obert C. Day, Howard M. Bahr, eds. N a tiv e
A m e ric a n s T oday: S o cio lo g ica l P e rsp e c tiv e s. 1972 Sept. 82-83.
Chafe, William H. T he A m erica n W om an : H er C h an gin g Social,
E c o n o m ic , a n d P o litic a l R o les, 1 9 2 0 - 1 9 7 0 . 1974 May 85-89.
Cham berlain, Neil W. The P lace o f B u sin e ss in A m erica 's F u tu re: A
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C handler, M argaret K. and Leonard R. Sayles. M a n a g in g L arge
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C lark, N orm an H. M ill T ow n : A S ocial H isto ry o f E v e r e tt, W ash in g­
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th e T ragic a n d In fa m o u s E v e n t K n o w n as th e E v e r e tt M assacre.

1971 July 73.
Cleveland, Harlan. T he F u tu re E x e c u tiv e : A G u ide f o r T om o rro w 's
M a n a g er. 1972 Dec. 54-55.
C oblentz, Stanton A. The C h allen ge to M an 's S u rv iv a l. 1973 Feb.
79-82.

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1974 Apr. 83-84.
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1972 Apr. 61-62.
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D erber, Milton. The A m erica n Idea o f In d u stria l D e m o c r a c y , 1 8 6 5 1 9 6 5 . 1971 May 82.
D erthick, M artha. The In flu en ce o f F e d era l G ra n ts: P ublic
A ssista n c e in M a ssa c h u se tts. 1971 Apr. 81.
Destefanis, M. and others. C a h iers du C e n tre d 'E tu d e s de I'E m ploi
(French Institute on L abor Force Problem s), Vols. 1-3. 1973
Aug. 93-94.
Dobb, M aurice. T heories o f Value a n d D istrib u tio n Sin ce A dam
S m ith : Id e o lo g y a n d E c o n o m ic T heo ry. 1974 Oct. 79-80.




D octer, Richard C. and

Milton G. Holmen. E d u ca tio n a l an d
P sy ch o lo g ica l T estin g: A S tu d y o f th e In d u stry a n d Its P ractices.

1973 Jan. 79-81.
Dolan, Edwin G. T A N S T A A F L : T he E c o n o m ic S tra te g y f o r E n ­
v ir o n m e n ta l C risis. 1972 Aug. 68-69.
Dore, Ronald. B ritish F a c to r y — apan ese F a c to r y —The O rigin s o f
J
N a tio n a l D iv e r sity in In d u stria l R e la tio n s. 1975 Feb. 88-90.
Dorfm an, G erald A. W age P olitics in B ritain , 1 9 4 5 -1 9 6 7 . 1974
Mar. 65-66.
Dorfm an, R obert and Nancy S. Dorfman, eds. E co n o m ics o f the
E n v iro n m e n t: S e le c te d R eadin gs. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Dougherty, Jam es L. U n ion -F ree S u pervisor. 1975 Nov. 88.
Douglas, Paul H. In th e F u lln ess o f T im e. 1972 Oct. 78-79.
D rucker, Peter F. M e n , Ideas a n d P o litics. 1972 Mar. 73-74.
------ . T ech n o lo g y , M a n a g e m e n t & S o c ie ty . 1971 Apr. 78-79.
Dubinsky, Irwin. R e fo rm in T rade U nion D isc rim in a tio n in th e C on ­
stru c tio n In d u stry : O p era tio n D ig a n d Its L eg acy. 1974 July
79-80.
Dubos, Rene and B arbara W ard. O n ly O ne E arth : The C are an d
M a in te n a n c e o f a S m a ll P lan et. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Ducsik, Dennis W., ed. P ow er, P ollu tion , a n d P ublic P olicy: Issues
in E le c tric P o w e r P ro d u ctio n , S h orelin e R e crea tio n , a n d A ir an d
W ate r P ollu tion F acin g N e w E n glan d an d th e N a tio n . 1973 Feb.

79-82.
Dunlop, John T. and Derek C. Bok. L ab o r an d th e A m erican C o m ­
m u n ity . 1971 Jan. 72.
D urand, Claude and Michelle Durand. D e I'O. S. a I'Ingenieur,
C arriere ou C lasse S ociale (From Semiskilled W orker to En­
gineer, C areer or Social Class). 1972 Oct. 84-86.
Duryea, E. D., R obert S. Fish, and associates. F a c u lty U nions an d
C o lle c tiv e B a rgain in g. 1974 Nov. 70-71.
Dutka, A nna B., Boris Yavitz, Dean W. Morse. The L a b o r M ark et:
A n In fo rm a tio n S y ste m . 1974 Dec. 78-79.
Eaton, William J. and Frank Corm ier. R e u th er. 1971 Mar. 80.
Eckholm , Erik P. and Lester R. Brown. B y B read A lone. 1975 July
66-67.
Eckstein, Alexander, ed. C om parison o f E c o n o m ic S y ste m s:
T h e o retica l a n d M e th o d o lo g ic a l A pproach es. 1972 Sept. 78-79.
Editors of Fortune. C h allen ges f o r B usiness in th e 1 9 7 0 's. 1973
Oct. 76-80.
Edwards, Marvin Henry. H azardou s to Y our H ealth . 1972 Oct.
79-81.
Edwards, Richard C., M ichael Reich, Thomas E. Weisskopf, eds.
The C a p ita list S y s te m , A R ad ica l A n a lysis o f A m erican S ociety.

1972 Aug. 72-74.
Ehrenberg, Ronald G. F rin ge B e n e fits a n d O v e r tim e B ehavior:
T h e o retica l a n d E c o n o m e tric A n a lysis. 1973 Sept. 96.
-------. The D e m a n d f o r S ta te a n d L o c a l G o v e rn m e n t E m p lo y ee s: An
E c o n o m ic A n a lysis. 1971 Feb. 84-85.
Elliott, Philip. The S o cio lo g y o f th e P rofessions. 1973 Sept. 95-96.
Ellis, P. Berresford. A H isto ry o f th e Irish W orking C lass. 1973 Apr.

89-90.
Energy Policy Project of the Ford Foundation. A T im e to C hoose:
A m e ric a 's E n ergy F u tu re . 1975 O ct. 74-76.
Engerm an, Stanley L. and Robert W. Fogel. T im e on the C ross,
V olu m e I. The E c o n o m ics o f A m erica n N egro S la very. V olum e II.
E v id e n c e a n d M e th o d s. 1975 June 67-68.
Erickson, C harlotte. In visible Im m ig ra n ts: The A d a p ta tio n o f E n ­
g lish a n d S co ttish Im m ig ra n ts in N in e te e n th -C e n tu ry A m erica.

1973 July 70-71.
Esser, Barbara F., Daniel H. Kruger, Benjamin Shimberg. O ccu p a ­
tio n a l L icen sin g : P ra ctices a n d P olicies. 1974 Oct. 82-83.
Estey, M arten and others. E c o n o m ic P olicy an d In flation in th e S ix­
ties. 1973 Nov. 49-52.
Etcheson, W arren W. and Ralph M. Gaedeke, eds. C on su m e rism :
V iew p o in ts F rom B u sin ess, G o v e r n m e n t, a n d th e P ublic In terest.

1972 Dec. 69-70.
Fairfield, Roy P., ed. H u m a n izin g th e W orkplace. 1975 Aug. 56-57.
Farvar, M. Taghi and John P. Milton, eds. The C areless T ech n olo­
g y : E c o lo g y a n d In te rn a tio n a l D e v e lo p m e n t. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Faux, Geoffrey and A rthur I. Blaustein. The S ta r-S p a n g le d H u stle:
W h ite P o w e r a n d B la ck C ap ita lism . 1974 Jan. 82-84.

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Feder, Ernest. The R a p e o f th e P ea sa n try : L a tin A m e ric a 's L an dh oldin g S y s te m . 1973 Feb. 87-88.
Feldstein, M artin S. The R isin g C o st o f H o sp ita l C are. 1972 July
56-57.
Fellner, William. E m p lo y m e n t P o licy a t th e C ro ssro a d s: A n In terim
L ook a t P ressu re s to be R e siste d . 1973 Oct. 71-72.
------ and others. E c o n o m ic P o licy a n d In fla tio n in th e S ix ties. 1973
Nov. 49-52.
Fels, Allan. The B ritish P rices a n d In co m e s B o a rd . 1973 Apr. 82.
Fendrock, John J. M a n a g in g in T im es o f R a d ic a l C h a n g e. 1972
Apr. 66-67.
Feuille, P eter and Hervey A. Juris. P o lice U n io n ism : P o w e r a n d I m ­
p a c t in P u b lic -S e c to r B a rg a in in g . 1974 Sept. 67-68.
Finley, Joseph E. The C o rru p t K in g d o m : T he R ise a n d F a ll o f th e
U n ite d M in e W orkers. 1973 July 64-65.
Fisk, R obert S., E. D. D uryea, and associates. F a c u lty U n io n s an d
C o lle c tiv e B a rg a in in g . 1974 Nov. 70-71.
Flanagan, R obert J., and A rnold R. W eber, eds. B a rgain in g
W ith o u t B o u n d a r ie s, The M u ltin a tio n a l C o rp o ra tio n a n d In te r n a ­
tio n a l L a b o r R e la tio n s. 1975 Aug. 57-58.
------ and Lloyd Ulman. W age R e stra in t: A S tu d y o f In c o m e s P o li­
cies in W estern E u ro p e. 1972 Jan. 84.
Fletcher, F. M arion and G ordon F. Bloom. T he N eg ro in th e S u p e r­
m a rk e t In d u stry . 1972 Dec. 70-71.
------, C harles R. Perry, G ordon F. Bloom. N eg ro E m p lo y m e n t in
R e ta il T ra d e: A S tu d y o f R a c ia l P o licies in th e D e p a r tm e n t S to r e ,
D r u g s to r e , a n d S u p e rm a r k e t In d u strie s. 1974 July 75-76.
Fogel, R obert W. and Stanley L. Engerm an. T im e on th e C ross,
V olu m e I. T he E c o n o m ic s o f A m e ric a n N e g ro S la v e ry . V olu m e II.
E v id e n c e a n d M e th o d s. 1975 June 67-68.
Foster, How ard G. M a n p o w e r in H o m e b u ild in g : A P re lim in a ry
A n a ly sis. 1975 Oct. 73-74.
Foster, M arcus A. M a k in g S ch o o ls W ork: S tra te g ie s f o r C h an gin g
E d u c a tio n . 1972 Sept. 86-87.
Frank, A ndre G under, Dale L. Johnson, Jam es D. C ockcroft. D e ­
p e n d e n c e a n d U n d e r d e v e lo p m e n t: L a tin A m e ric a 's P o litic a l E c o n o ­
m y . 1973 Feb. 88-89.
Frase, R obert W. and C harles McKinley. L a u n c h in g S o cia l S e cu ri­
ty : A C a p tu r e -a n d -R e c o rd A c c o u n t, 1 9 3 5 - 1 9 3 7 . 1971 June 94.
Freem an, R ichard B. T he M a r k e t f o r C o lleg e T ra in ed M a n p o w e r: A
S tu d y in th e E c o n o m ic s o f C a re e r C h o ice. 1972 Feb. 86-87.
French, W endell L. and Cecil H. Bell, Jr. O rg a n iza tio n D e v e lo p ­
m e n t: B e h a v io ra l S cien ce I n te r v e n tio n s f o r O rg a n iza tio n Im p r o v e ­
m e n t. 1974 June 83-84.
Fried, Edward R. S e ttin g N a tio n a l P rio ritie s: The 1 9 7 4 B u d g et.

1973 Oct. 66-68.
Fried, Joseph P. H o u sin g C risis, U .S .A . 1972 Mar. 70-71.
Friedm an, Jay W. and M ilton I. Roem er. D o c to rs in H o sp ita ls:
M e d ic a l S ta ff O rg a n iz a tio n a n d H o sp ita l P e rfo rm a n ce. 1972 May
75-76.
Friedm an, Milton. S o cia l S e c u rity : U n iv e rsa l o r S e le c tiv e ? 1973
Oct. 69-71.
Fuchs, V ictor R., ed. E ssa y s in th e E c o n o m ic s o f H ea lth a n d M e d i­
c a l C are. 1973 Dec. 80-81.
Fulm er, William E. The N e g ro in th e F u rn itu re In d u stry . 1973 July
66-67.
G aedeke, Ralph M. and W arren W. E tcheson, eds. C o n su m e rism :
V ie w p o in ts F ro m B u sin e ss, G o v e r n m e n t, a n d th e P u b lic In te re st.

1972 Dec. 69-70.
G albraith, John Kenneth. E c o n o m ic s & th e P u b lic P u rp o se. 1974
Oct. 80-81.
Galenson, M arjorie. W om en & W ork: A n I n te r n a tio n a l C o m p a riso n .
1974 May 85-89.
Galenson, W alter, ed. In c o m e s P o licy : W h at C an We L ea rn F rom
E u ro p e? 1973 Aug. 92.
G am el, D onald. The R ise o f T e a m ste r P o w e r in th e W est. 1972
Apr. 64-65.
G eorgopoulos, Basil S., ed. O r g a n iz a tio n R e sea rch on H ealth In ­
stitu tio n s . 1973 Apr. 86-87.
G erhardt, Jam es M. The D r a ft a n d P u b lic P o lic y : Issu es in M ilita ry
M a n p o w e r P ro c u re m e n t, 1 9 4 5 - 1 9 7 0 . 1972 July 65-66.
Gersuny, Carl. P u n ish m e n t a n d R e d ress in a M o d e rn F a c to ry . 1974
Mar. 70-71.




M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
G iacquinta, Joseph B., Marilyn Bernstein, Neal Gross. I m p le m e n t­
ing O r g a n iz a tio n a l In n o v a tio n s: A S ocio lo g ica l A n a ly sis o f P lan n ed
E d u c a tio n a l C h an ge. 1972 Dec. 57-61.
G insburg, W oodrow L. and others. A R e v ie w o f In d u stria l R e la tio n s
R e se a rc h , Vol. I. 1971 July 70.
Ginzberg, Eli and Alice Yohalem , eds. C orp o ra te L ib: W om en's
C h a llen g e to M a n a g e m e n t. 1974 May 85-89.
------ and others. C a re e r G u id a n ce: W ho N eed s It, W ho P rovides It,
W ho C an Im p r o v e It. 1971 Nov. 75-76.
------ and others. U rban H ea lth S e rv ices: The C ase o f N e w York.

1971 Oct. 77-78.
------ and R obert M. Solow, eds. The G r e a t S o c ie ty : L e sso n s f o r th e
F u tu re . 1974 August 93-95.
G irth, M arjorie and David Stanley. B a n k ru p tc y : P ro b lem , P rocess,
R e fo rm . 1973 May 73-74.
G itelm an, Howard M. W orkin gm en o f W alth am : M o b ility in A m e r­
ican U rban In d u stria l D e v e lo p m e n t 1 8 5 0 - 1 9 0 0 . 1975 Oct. 68-69.
Glahe, Fred R., ed. C o lle c te d P apers o f K e n n eth E. B ou ldin g. 1973
Dec. 78-79.
Godwin, Lam ond and Ray Marshall. C o o p e ra tiv e s a n d R u ra l P o v e r­
ty in th e S o u th . 1971 Oct. 82-83.
G oldm an, M arshall I. The S poils o f P rogre ss: E n v ir o n m e n ta l P ollu ­
tion in th e S o v ie t U n ion . 1973 Feb. 79-82.
------ . E c o lo g y a n d E c o n o m ics: C o n tro llin g P ollu tion in th e 70's.
1973 Feb. 79-82.
Goldring, Patrick. M u ltip u rp o se M an . 1975 Mar. 77-78.
G ordon, David M. T heories o f P o v e rty a n d U n d e re m p lo y m e n t:
O rth o d o x , R a d ic a l, a n d D u a l L a b o r M a rk e t P e rsp ectives. 1973
Jan. 77-78.
G ordon, Jerom e B. and others. Y ear-ro u n d E m p lo y m e n t in th e C on ­
s tr u c tio n In d u stry : A S y ste m s A n a lysis. 1974 Mar. 64-65.
Gould, Jean and L orena Hickok W a lter R e u th e r: L a b o r's R u g g ed
In d iv id u a list. 1973 Jan. 78-79.
G oulden, Joseph C. M e a n y : The U n ch a llen g ed S tro n g M an o f
A m e ric a n L a b o r. 1972 Dec. 51-52.
G oulet, Denis. The C ru el C hoice: A N e w C on ce p t in th e T heory o f
D e v e lo p m e n t. 1972 Feb. 85-86.
G ranick, Leonard P. R., Lee E. Jacobson, R obert Brude Greaux.
A lp h a : A C ase S tu d y in U pgradin g. 1975 Dec. 68-69.
G ranovetter, M ark S. G e ttin g a Job. A S tu d y o f C o n ta c ts an d
C areers. 1975 Apr. 82.
G rant, R obert B. The B lack M an C o m e s to th e C ity : A D o c u m e n ta ­
ry A c c o u n t f r o m th e G re a t M ig ra tio n to th e G re a t D ep ressio n ,
1 9 1 5 to 1 9 3 0 . 1973 Dec. 77-78.
Grayson, C. Jackson, Jr. C on fession s o f a P rice C on tro lle r. 1975

June 69-70.
G reaux, R obert Brude, L eonard P. R. G ranick, Lee E. Jacobson.
A lp h a : A C ase S tu d y in U pgradin g. 1975 Dec. 68-69.
G rebler, Leo, Joan W. M oore, Ralph C. Guzman. The M exican A m e ric a n P eople: T he N a tio n 's S eco n d L a rg e st M in o r ity . 1971
Aug. 82-83.
G reen, Archie. O n ly a M in er. 1972 Nov. 7 6 - 1 7 .
G reenblatt, M ilton, M yron Sharf, Evelyn M. Stone. D y n a m ic s o f
I n s titu tio n a l C h an ge: The H o sp ita l in T ran sition . 1972 Jan.
90-91.
G reenm an, Russell L. and Erick J. Schm ertz. P erson n el A d m in istr a ­
tion a n d th e L a w . 1974 June 82-83.
G reenya, John and R ichard N. Billings. P o w er to th e P u blic W orker.
1975 Jan. 88-89.
Grillo, R. D. A frican R a ilw a y m e n : S o lid a rity a n d O p p o sitio n in an
E a s t A fric a n L a b o r F orce. 1975 June 70-71.
G roh, George. The B lack M ig ra tio n : The J o u rn ey to U rban A m e r­
ica. 1973 Dec. 77-78.
Gross, Neal, Joseph B. G iacquinta, M arilyn Bernstein. I m p le m e n t­
ing O rg a n iza tio n a l In n o v a tio n s: A S o cio lo g ica l A n a lysis o f P lan n ed
E d u c a tio n a l C h an ge. 1972 Dec. 57-61.
Gross, Ronald and Paul O sterm an, eds. The N e w P rofessionals: The
P ro b le m s, J o y s a n d P ro m ise o f D e v o tin g Y our W orking L ife to
M a k in g a N e w A m e r ic a —P ro b ed b y P eople Who A re D oin g It.

1973 Sept. 95-96.
Grossm an, Jonathan. The D e p a r tm e n t o f L abor. 1974 Nov. 75-76.
G rossner, Charles, W illiam E. Henry, Jam es G. Kelley, eds. N o n ­
p ro fe ssio n a ls in th e H u m a n S erv ices. 1971 Jan. 73-74.

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BO O K S
G rupenhoff, John T. and Stephen P. Strickland, eds. F ed era l L a w s:
H e a lth /E n v iro n m e n t M a n p o w e r. 1973 July 72-73.
G uthrie, John A. An E c o n o m ic A n a ly sis o f th e P ulp a n d P aper In ­
d u str y . 1973 Dec. 83-84.
Guzm an, Ralph, Leo G rebler, Joan W. M oore. The M e x ica n -A m e rican P eo p le: The N a tio n 's S eco n d L a rg e s t M in o r ity . 1971 Aug.
82-83.
Hall, Burton, ed. A u to c r a c y a n d In su rg e n c y in O rg a n ize d L abor.
1974 June 80-81.
H alpern, Stephen C. P o lice A sso c ia tio n a n d D e p a r tm e n t L eaders:
The P o litic s o f C o -O p ta tio n . 1975 Dec. 68.
Ham erm esh, Daniel S. E c o n o m ic A s p e c ts o f M a n p o w e r T raining
P ro g ra m s: T h eo ry a n d P o lic y . 1973 Mar. 79-80.
Handler, Joel F. and Ellen Jane Hollingsworth. The “ D e se rv in g
P oor" ; A S tu d y o f W elfare A d m in istr a tio n . 1972 May 72-73.
Hansen, Niles M. L o c a tio n P re fe re n c e s, M ig r a tio n , a n d R e g io n a l
G r o w th — S tu d y o f th e S o u th a n d S o u th w e s t U n ited S ta te s. 1974
A
Apr. 77-78.
------. R u ra l P o v e r ty a n d th e U rban C risis: A S tra te g y f o r R e g io n a l
D e v e lo p m e n t. 1971 Feb. 79-80.
H arari, Ehud. The P o licies o f L a b o r L e g isla tio n in J a p a n , N a tio n a lI n te r n a tio n a l In te ra c tio n . 1974 July 81-82.
H ardesty, John and W arren A. Johnson, eds. E c o n o m ic G r o w th vs.
th e E n v ir o n m e n t. 1972 May 78-79.
H ardm an, J. B. S. L a b o r a t th e R u b ico n . 1973 May 67-68.
Harris, W alter D. The G r o w th o f L a tin A m e ric a n C ities. 1972 July
6 2 - 63.
H arrod, Jeffrey. T rade U nion F oreign P o lic y : A S tu d y o f B ritish an d
A m erica n T rade U nion A c tiv itie s in J a m a ic a . 1973 Feb. 84.
H artm an, R obert W. and R obert D. R eischauer. R e fo rm in g S ch ool
F in an ce. 1974 June 84-85.
H eilbroner, R obert L. and others. In th e N a m e o f P ro fit. 1972 Dec.
6 3 - 64.
H endricks, Gary and Kenwood C. Youm ans. C o n su m e r D u ra b les
a n d In s ta llm e n t D e b t: A S tu d y o f A m e ric a n H ou seh o ld s. 1974
June 79-80.
Henry, Alice. W om en a n d th e L a b o r M o v e m e n t. 1974 May 85-89.
Henry, W illiam E., Charles G rossner, Jam es G. Kelly, eds. S tra te g y
f o r R e g io n a l D e v e lo p m e n t. 1971 Jan. 73-74.
Hepple, B. A. and Paul O ’Higgins. P u b lic E m p lo y e r T rade U n ion ism
in th e U n ite d K in g d o m : The L e g a l F ra m e w o rk . 1972 Oct. 37-43.
Herling, John. R ig h t to C h a llen g e: P eo p le a n d P o w e r in th e S te e l­
w o rk er's U n ion . 1972 Aug. 70-71.
H errick, Neal Q. and H arold L. Sheppard. W here H a ve A ll th e
R o b o ts G o n e? W orker D iss a tisfa c tio n in th e 7 0 's. 1973 Feb.
69-70.
Hession, C harles H. John K e n n e th G a lb ra ith a n d H is C ritics. 1972
Sept. 73-74.
H etrick, B arbara and Sar A. Levitan. B ig B ro th er's In dian P ro ­
g r a m s — W ith R e se rv a tio n s. 1972 Mar. 68-69.
Hickok, L orena and Jean G ould. W a lter R e u th e r: L a b o r's R u g g e d
In d iv id u a list. 1973 Jan. 78-79.
Hicks, Sir John. The C risis in K e y n e sia n E c o n o m ics. 1975 Aug.
52-53.
Hiestand, Dale L. C h a n g in g C a reers A fte r 3 5 : N e w H o rizo n s
T hrou gh P ro fessio n a l a n d G r a d u a te S tu d y . 1971 July 72-73.
------. H igh L e v e l M a n p o w e r a n d T ech n o lo g ica l C h a n g e in th e S te e l
In d u stry : Im p lic a tio n s f o r C o rp o ra te M a n p o w e r P la n n in g . 1975
Aug. 55-56.
Hill, M. J. and others. M en O u t o f W ork: A S tu d y o f U n e m p lo y m e n t
in T hree E n g lish T o w n s. 1974 Mar. 67-68.
H illebrandt, Patricia M. E c o n o m ic T h eo ry a n d th e C o n stru c tio n In ­
d u str y . 1975 Feb. 90-91.
Hinshaw, Randall, ed. In fla tio n as a G lo b a l P ro b lem . 1974 Feb.
80-81.
Hirshfield, Daniel S. The L o s t R e fo rm : The C a m p a ig n f o r C o m p u l­
so ry H ea lth In su ra n ce in th e U n ite d S ta te s F ro m 1 9 3 2 to 1 9 4 3 .

1971 Mar. 81.
Hoffman, Charles. The C h in ese W orker. 1975 Sept. 68-69.
Hogan, William T., S.J. T he 1 9 7 0 's C ritic a l Y ears f o r S teel. 1973
Oct. 75.
Hollingsworth, Ellen Jane and Joel F. H andler. The “ D e se rv in g
P oor" ; A S tu d y o f W elfare A d m in istr a tio n . 1972 May 72-73.




Hollister, Robinson G., Myron J. Lefcowitz, Larry L. Orr, eds. In­
com e

M a in te n a n c e :

In terd isc ip lin a ry

A pproach es

to

R esearch .

1972 July 56.
Holm en, Milton G. and Richard C. Docter. E d u ca tio n a l an d
P syc h o lo g ic a l T estin g : A S tu d y o f th e In d u stry a n d Its P ractices.

1973 Jan. 79-81.
Holm strom, Lynda Lytle. The T w o -C a re er F a m ily. 1974 May
85-89.
Honey, John C. P la n n in g a n d th e P riv a te S ector: The E xperien ce in
D e v e lo p in g C o u n trie s. 1971 May 84-85.
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Dec. 79-80.
Hopkins, George E. The A irlin e P ilots: A S tu d y in E lite U n io n iza ­
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H orton, Raymond D. M u n icip a l L a b o r R e la tio n s in N ew York C ity:
L e sso n s o f th e L in d sa y -W a g n e r Y ears. 1974 Mar. 70.
Howe, Christopher. W age P a tte rn s a n d W age P olicy in M odern
C h in a: 1 9 1 9 - 1 9 7 2 . 1974 Dec. 75-76.
Howe, Louise Kapp, ed. The F u tu re o f th e F a m ily. 1974 May
85-89.
H uber, George P. and Joseph C. Ullman. The L ocal Job B ank P ro­
g ra m : P e rfo rm a n ce, S tru c tu re a n d D ire c tio n . 1974 Sept. 71-72.
Huber, Joan, ed. C h an gin g W om en in a C h an gin g S o ciety. 1974
May 85-89.
Huhn, Kenneth C., Robert E. Williams, Peter A. Janus. N L R B
R e g u la tio n o f E lec tio n C on du ct: A S tu d y o f th e N a tio n a l L abor
R e la tio n s B oard's P olicies a n d S ta n d a rd s f o r S e ttin g A side
R e p re se n ta tio n E le c tio n s B ased on P o stelectio n O b jectio n s. 1975

Jan. 89-90.
Hum e, Brit. D e a th a n d th e M in es: R e bellion a n d M u rd e r in the
U n ite d M in e W orkers. 1972 May 81.
Hutchings, Edward, Jr., and Harrison Brown, eds. A re O u r D esc e n ­
d a n ts D o o m e d ?

T ech n o lo g ica l C h an ge a n d P opu lation

G ro w th .

1972 Nov. 71-74.
Inkeles, Alex and David H. Smith. B e com in g M odern : In dividu al
C h an ge in Six D e v e lo p in g C ou n trie s. 1975 July 64-65.
Institute of Ecology. M an in th e L iv in g E n v iro n m e n t: A R e p o rt on
G lo b a l-E co lo g ica l P ro b lem s. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
International L abour Office. E m p lo y m e n t in A frica: S o m e C ritical
Issu es. 1975 June 70-71.
------ . E m p lo y m e n t, In co m e s an d E q u a lity : A S tra te g y f o r In creasin g
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Ironm onger, D. S. N e w C o m m o d itie s an d C on su m e r B ehaviou r.
1972 Dec. 68-69.
Jackson, Dudley, H. A. T urner, Frank Wilkinson. D o U nions Cause
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Jackson, Louis and R obert Lewis, eds. W inning N L R B E lection s:
M a n a g e m e n t's S tra te g y a n d P re v e n tiv e P rogram s. 1973 Nov.

78-79.
Jacobson, Lee E., R obert Brude Greaux, Leonard P. R. Granick.
A lp h a : A C ase S tu d y in U pgrading. 1975 Dec. 68-69.
Jagerskiold, Stig. C o lle c tiv e B argain in g R ig h ts o f S ta te O fficials in
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E c o n o m ics. 1974 Apr. 79-81.
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L a b o r F orce a n d L e v e ls o f E c o n o m ic D e v e lo p m e n t: Vol. 1, P ossi­
b ilitie s a n d L im ita tio n s o f an In te rn a tio n a l C om parison A pproach ;
Vol. II, F u rth e r A n a ly s e s a n d S ta tistic a l D a ta . 1972 Oct. 86-87.
Janeway, Elizabeth. M a n 's W orld, W om an 's P lace—A S tu d y in Social
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Janew ay, Elizabeth, ed. W om en, T h eir C h an gin g R oles. 1974 May

85-89.
Janus, Peter A., Kenneth C. Huhn, R obert E. Williams. N L R B
R e g u la tio n o f E lec tio n C on du ct: A S tu d y o f th e N a tio n a l L abor
R e la tio n s B oard's P olicies a n d S ta n d a rd s f o r S e ttin g A side
R e p re se n ta tio n E le c tio n s B a sed on P o stelectio n O bjectio n s. 1975

Jan. 89-90.
Jasny, Naum. S o v ie t E c o n o m ists o f th e T w en ties: N a m e s to be R e ­
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Mar. 63-64.

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Jennings, Eugene E. R o u te s to th e E x e c u tiv e S u ite. 1971 Nov.
72-73.
Jensen, V ernon H. S trife on th e W a te rfro n t: The P o rt o f N e w York
S in ce 1 9 4 5 . 1974 Nov. 7 4 -7 5 .
Johnson, Dale L., Jam es D. C ockcroft, Andre G under Frank. D e ­
p en d e n c e a n d U n d e r d e v e lo p m e n t: L a tin A m e ric a 's P o litic a l E c o n o ­
m y . 1973 Feb. 88-89.
Johnson, W arren A. and John Hardesty, eds. E c o n o m ic G r o w th vs.
th e E n v ir o n m e n t. 1972 May 78-79.
Johnston, Jerom e and Jerald B. Bachm an. Y o un g M en a n d M ilita r y
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Johnston, William B., R obert Taggart, Sar A. Levitan. S till a
D r e a m : T he C h a n g in g S ta tu s o f B la ck s S in ce I 9 6 0 . 1975 Dec.

66-67.
Jones, Edward H. B la ck s in B u sin e ss. 1972 June 67-68.
Jordan, William A. A irlin e R e g u la tio n in A m e ric a : E ffe c ts a n d I m ­
p e r fe c tio n s . 1972 Jan. 87-89.
Juris, Hervey A. and Peter Feuille. P o lice U n io n ism : P o w e r a n d I m ­
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Kahn, H erm an. The E m e rg in g J a p a n ese S u p e rs ta te : C h a llen g e a n d
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------ and B. Bruce-Biggs. T h in g s to C o m e —T hin k in g A b o u t th e
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K alachek, Edward D. L a b o r M a r k e ts a n d U n e m p lo y m e n t. 1975
Feb. 91-92.
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80-81.
Kamin, Alfred. W estern E u ro p ea n L a b o r a n d th e A m e ric a n C o rp o ra ­
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Kamrass, M urray, Alfred Blumstein, A rm and B. Weiss, eds.
S y s te m s A n a ly s is f o r S o c ia l P ro b le m s. 1971 Sept. 80-81.
Karsh, B ernard, Solom on B. Levine, Kazuo O kochi, eds. W orkers
a n d E m p lo y e r s in J a p a n —The J a p a n ese
S y s te m . 1975 Feb. 88-90.

E m p lo y m e n t

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Katona, G eorge, B urkhard Strum pel, Ernest Zahn. A sp ira tio n s a n d
A fflu e n c e: C o m p a r a tiv e S tu d ie s in th e U n ite d S ta te s a n d W estern
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Katz, M ichael B. C la ss, B u r e a u c ra c y , a n d S ch o o ls: The Illu sion o f
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Kaufm an, Stuart B. S a m u e l G o m p e r s a n d th e O rig in s o f th e A m e r ­
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1971 June 95-96.
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1975 Sept. 66.
------ and P eter Bohm, eds. T he E c o n o m ic s o f E n v ir o n m e n t: P apers
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Kranzberg, Melvin and William H. D avenport, eds. T ech n ology an d
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1971 June 93-94.
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M ar. 68-70.
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1972 July 56.
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Schultz, T heodore W. Investm ent in Human Capital: The Role o f
Education and o f Research. 1972 Feb. 82.
Schultze, Charles L. and Allen V. Kneese. Pollution, Prices, and
Public Policy. 1975 Sept. 66.
------ and others. Setting National priorities: The 1971 Budget. 1971
Oct. 81-82.
------ and others. Setting National Priorities: The 1973 Budget. 1972
Sept. 33-37.
Schum acher, E. F. Small is Beautiful: A Study o f Economics as if
People Mattered. 1974 Dec. 76-77.
Schwartz, Eugene S. Overskill: The Decline o f Technology in
Modern Civilization. 1972 Jan. 87.
Schwartz, Felice N. and others. How to Go To Work When Your
Husband is Against It, Your Children Aren't Old Enough And
There's Nothing You Can Do Anyhow. 1972 Oct. 84.
Scott, Devita. Forecasting Local Government Spending. 1973 Sept.
93-94.

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Scott, Rachel. Muscle and Blood. 1975 May 72-73.
Scoville, Jam es G. Manpower and Occupational Analysis: Concepts
and Measurements. 1973 M ar. 89-90.
Seear, B. N. Reentry o f Women to the Labor M arket After an Inter­
ruption in Em ploym ent. 1972 Jan. 89-90.
Seligman, Ben B. The Potentates: Business in American History.
1971 July 71-72.
Shackle, G. L. S. Epistemics and Economics: A Critique o f
Economic Doctrines. 1973 O ct. 68-69.
Shannon, Lyle and M agdaline. M inority Migrants in the Urban
Com m unity: Mexican-American and Negro Adjustm ents to Indus­
trial Society. 1974 Sept. 15-16.
Sharf, M yron, Evelyn M. Stone, M ilton G reenblatt. Dynamics o f
Institutional Change: The Hospital in Transition. 1972 Jan.
90-91.
Sharp, L aure M. Education and E m ploym ent: The Early Careers o f
College Graduates. 1971 Apr. 82-83.
Sharpe, M yron E. John Kenneth Galbraith and the Lower
Economics. 1974 M ar. 61 -6 2 .
Shaw, R obert and Edgar Owens. Development Reconsidered:
Bridging the Gap Between Government and People. 1973 Feb.
85-86.
Shaw, Stella and A ndrew Shonfield, eds. Social Indicators and So­
cial Policy. 1973 May 71-72.
Sheppard, Harold L. and Neal Q. H errick. Where Have All The
Robots Gone? Worker Dissatisfaction in the 70's. 1973 Feb.
69-70.
Sherm an, Frederick E. and Stephen I. Schlossberg. Organizing and
the Law: A Handbook fo r Union Organizers. 1973 Nov. 79-80.
Sherm an, Howard. Radical Political Econom y, Capitalism and So­
cialism From a M arxist-H um anist Perspective. 1972 Aug. 72-74.
Sherrell, R ichard E., ed. Ecology, Crisis and New Vision. 1972 May
78-79.
Shim berg, Benjam in, B arbara F. Esser, Daniel H. Kruger. Occupa­
tional Licensing: Practices and Policies. 1974 Oct. 82-83.
Shonfield, Andrew and Stella Shaw, eds. Social Indicators and So­
cial Policy. 1973 May 7 1 -72.
Shultz, G eorge P. and A lbert Rees. Workers and Wages in an Urban
Labor Market. 1971 May 82-83.
Sibson, R obert E. Managing Professional Services Enterprises: The
Neglected Business Frontier. 1972 May 76-77.
Silberm an, C harles E. Crisis in the Classroom: The Rem aking o f
American Education. 1971 June 97-98.
Simkin, W illiam E. Mediation and the Dynamics o f Collective Bar­
gaining. 1972 Oct. 82-83.
Singer, S. Fred, ed. Is There An O ptimum Level o f Population?
1972 May 77-78.
Skolnikoff, Eugene B. and David A. Kay. World Eco-Crisis: Inter­
national Organizations in Response. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
Smith, David H. and Alex Inkeles. Becoming Modern: Individual
Change in Six Developing Countries. 1975 July 64-65.
Smith, Gibbs M. Joe Hill. 1971 Jan. 76-77.
Smith, O scar S., A. Lee Belcher, Hugh P. Avery. Labor Relations
in Higher Education. 1972 July 58-59.
Smith, Wil J. and Frederick A. Zeller, eds. Public Welfare—Right or
Privilege: A System Under Attack. 1973 O ct. 68.
Snelling, W. Rodm an and R obert F. Boruch. Science in Liberal Arts
Colleges: A Longitudinal Study o f 49 Selective Colleges. 1974
Feb. 85-86.
Snyder, Carl Dean. White Collar Workers and the UAW. 1974 Nov.
69-70.
Sobel, R obert. The Curbstone Brokers: The Origin o f the American
Stock Exchange. 1971 Sept. 82.
Sobey, Francine. The Nonprofessional Revolution in M ental Health.
1971 Feb. 81.
Sobin, Dennis P. The Working Poor: M inority Workers in LowWage, Low-Skill Jobs. 1975 May 73-74.
Sofer, Cyril. Men in Mid-Career: A Study o f British Managers and
Technical Specialists. 1971 Apr. 82.
------. Organizations in Theory and Practice. 1972 Sept. 74-75.
Solow, R obert M. and Eli G inzberg, eds. The Great Society: Les­
sons fo r the Future. 1974 Aug. 93-95.
Somers, A nne. Health Care in Transition: Directions fo r the Future.
1971 Nov. 83-84.




Som ers, G erald and associates. The Effectiveness o f Vocational and
Technical Programs: A National Follow-Up Survey. 1972 Aug.
6 7 - 68.
Sorkin, Alan L. American Indians and Federal Aid. 1972 Mar.
6 8 - 69.
Sosnick, Stephen H. and Leonard Merewitz. The Budget's New
Clothes: A Critique o f Planning-Programming-Budgeting and
Benefit-Cost Analysis. 1973 Mar. 88-89.
Sowell, Thom as. Classical Economics Reconsidered. 1975 July
61-62.
------ . Say's Law, An Historical Analysis. 1974 June 81-82.
Spero, Sterling D. and John M. Capozzola. The Urban Community
and Its Unionized Bureaucracies: Pressure Politics in Local
Government Labor Relations. 1974 Mar. 62-63.
Spitzer, M orton Edward and William C. Byham. The Law and Per­
sonnel Testing. 1973 Jan. 79-81.
Stanley, David T. Managing Local G overnment Under Union Pres­
sure. 1972 Apr. 33-36.
------ and M arjorie G irth. Bankruptcy: Problem, Process, Reform.
1973 May 73-74.
Staudohar, Paul D. Public E m ploym ent Disputes and Dispute Settle­
m ent. 1972 Dec. 52-53.
Stearns, P eter N., ed. The Impact o f the Industrial Revolution:
Protest and Alienation. 1972 Sept. 87-88.
Stein, Leon and Philip Taft, eds. American Labor: From Conspiracy
To Collective Bargaining. 1973 Feb. 74-76.
Stein, W alter J. California and The Dust Bowl Migration. 1973 July
68.

Steiner, G ilbert Y. The State o f Welfare. 1971 Aug. 80-81.
Steiss, Alan W alter. Public Budgeting and Management. 1973 Mar.
86- 88 .

Stephenson, Hugh. The Coming Clash: The Impact o f Multinational
Corporations on National States. 1973 Mar. 85.
Stephenson, John B. and David S. Walls, eds. Appalachia in the
Sixties: Decade o f Reawakening. 1972 Aug. 74-75.
Stewart, C harles T., Jr. Low Wage Workers in an Affluent Society.
1975 Sept. 69-70.
Stieber, Jack. Public Employee Unionism: Structure, Growth, Pol­
icy. 1974 Nov. 71-72.
Stogdill, Ralph M. Handbook o f Leadership: A Survey o f Theory and
Research. 1974 Sept. 70.
Stone, Evelyn M., M ilton G reenblatt, Myron Sharf. Dynamics o f
Institutional Change: The Hospital in Transition. 1972 Jan.
90-91.
Stone, Morris. New Series, Labor Grievances and Decisions. 1971
M ay 8 3 .

Streib, G ordon F. and Clem ent J. Schneider, S. J. Retirement in
American Society: Impact and Process. 1972 July 57-58.
Strickland, Stephen P. and John T. G rupenhoff, eds. Federal Laws:
Health!Environm ent Manpower. 1973 July 72-73.
Stroh, Thom as F. Managing the New Generation in Business. 1971
O ct. 82.
Strum pel, Burkhard, Ernest Zahn, George Katona. Aspirations and
Affluence: Comparative Studies in the United States and Western
Europe. 1972 Feb. 92-93.
Surrey, M. J. C. The Analysis and Forecasting o f the British Econo­
my. 1972 Aug. 63-65.
Szasz, M argaret. Education and the American Indian: The Road to
Self-Determination, 1928-1973. 1975 Aug. 54-55.
Taft, Philip. Rights o f Union Members and the Government. 1975
Sept. 72.
------ . United They Teach: The Story o f the United Federation of
Teachers. 1975 May 74-75.
------ and Leon Stein, eds. American Labor: From Conspiracy To
Collective Bargaining. 1973 Feb. 74-76.
T aggart, R obert III. Low-Income Housing: A Critique o f Federal
Aid. 1971 Aug. 81-82.
------ . The Prison o f Unemployment: Manpower Programs fo r Offen­
ders. 1973 Feb. 71-72.
------ and Sar A. Levitan. The Job Crisis fo r Black Youth. 1972 June
66-67.
------ , Sar A. Levitan, William B. Johnston. Still a Dream: The
Changing Status o f Blacks Since I960. 1975 Dec. 66-67.

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T aira, Koji. Economic Development and the Labor Market in Japan.
1971 May 79-81.
Tait, A. A. and J. A. Bristow, eds. Ireland: Some Problems o f a
Developing Economy. 1973 Apr. 89-90.
Tanzer, M ichael. The Sick Society: An Economic Examination.
1972 May 71-72.
Taviss, Irene. Our Tool-Making Society. 1973 June 78.
Taylor, Benjamin J. and Fred Witney. Labor Relations Law. 1971
July 76.
Teal, G ordon K., A. George Schillinger, and Ernst W eber, eds.
Technology Forecast fo r 1980. 1973 O ct. 76-80.
Telser, Lester G. Competition, Collusion, and Game Theory. 1972
Nov. 79-80.
T erkel, Studs. Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day
and How They Feel About What They Do. 1974 Oct. 81.
T heobald, R obert. Habit and Habitat. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
T hieblot, A rm and J., Jr., and others. The Davis-Bacon Act. 1975
Oct. 73-74.
------and R onald M. Cowin. Welfare and Strikes: The Use o f Public
Funds to Support Strikers. 1973 M ar. 80-81.
Thomis, M alcolm 1. The Luddites: Machine-Breaking in Regency
England. 1974 Mar. 72-73.
Tobin, Jam es. The New Economics One Decade Older. 1975 Aug.
52-53.
Tongue, William W. How We Can Halt Inflation and Still Keep Our
Jobs. 1975 Nov. 87-88.
Tullock, G ordon. Private W ants, Public Means: An Economic Anal­
ysis o f the Desirable Scope o f Government. 1971 Oct. 80-81.
------ . The Logic o f the Law. 1972 May 71.
T urner, H. A., Frank W ilkinson, Dudley Jackson. Do Unions Cause
Inflation? Two Studies: With a Theoretical Introduction and Policy
Conclusion. 1973 July 67-68.
T urner, Joseph. Making New Schools: The Liberation o f Learning.
1972 Sept. 86-87.
T urner, M arjorie Shepherd and J. William Leasure. Prices, Profit,
and Production: How M uch Is Enough? 1975 Mar. 79-80.
T w entieth C entury Fund. Exploitation fro m 9 to 5, Report o f the
Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Women and Employm ent.
1975 Nov. 83-84.
Udall, Stew art, Charles C onconi, David O sterhout. The Energy Bal­
loon. 1975 July 65-66.
Ullman, Joseph C. and George P. Huber. The Local Job Bank Pro­
gram: Performance, Structure and Direction. 1974 Sept. 71-72.
Ulman, Lloyd, ed. Manpower Programs in the Policy Mix. 1973
Oct. 71-72.
------ and R obert J. Flanagan. Wage Restraint: A Study o f Incomes
Policies in Western Europe. 1972 Jan. 84.
U.S. D epartm ent of Com m erce. Survey o f Current Business. 1972
Oct. 83.
Urban, G. R., ed. Can We Survive Our Future? A Symposium. 1972
Nov. 71-74.
Van Tine, W arren R. The M aking o f the Labor Bureaucrat: Union
Leadership in the United States. 1974 Nov. 73.
V enable, A braham S. Building Black Business: An Analysis and a
Plan. 1973 July 68-70.
Vernon, Raym ond. Sovereignty at Bay: The M ultinational Spread o f
U.S. Enterprises. 1972 June 70-71.
------. The Technology Factor in International Trade. 1971 Apr.
80-81.
Vickers, Geoffrey. Making Institutions Work. 1975 Oct. 72-73.
W ade, M ichael. Flexible Working Hours in Practice. 1975 Apr.
80-81.
W alker, Kenneth F. Australian Industrial Relations Systems. 1971
Nov. 80-81.
W allace, Phyllis A. Pathways to Work: Unemploym ent Among Black
Teenage Females. 1975 M ar. 76-77.
Walls, David S. and John B. Stephenson, eds. Appalachia in the
Sixties: Decade o f Reawakening. 1972 Aug. 74-75.
W ard, B arbara and Rene Dubos. Only One Earth: The Care and
Maintenance o f a Small Planet. 1973 Feb. 79-82.
------, J. D. Runnals, L enore D ’Anjou, eds. The Widening Gap:
Development in the I970's. 1971 Sept. 77-78.




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W ard, Benjamin. What's Wrong With Economics? 1972 Oct. 77-78.
W attenberg, Ben J. The Real America. 1975 Sept. 67-68.
W eber, Arnold R. In Pursuit o f Price Stability: The Wage-Price
Freeze o f 1971. 1974 June 77-78.
------ and R obert J. Flanagan, eds. Bargaining Without Boundaries,
The M ultinational Corporation and International Labor Relations.
1975 Aug. 57-58.
W eber, Ernst, G ordon K. Teal, A. George Schillinger, eds.
Technology Forecast fo r 1980. 1973 Oct. 76-80.
W edderburn, Dorothy and Rosemary C rom pton. Workers' Attitudes
and Technology. 1974 Feb. 84.
W edderburn, K. W. and Benjamin Aaron, eds. Industrial Conflict:
A Comparative Legal Survey. 1973 Nov. 77-78.
Weil, G ordon L. and Ian Davidson. The Cold War: The Story o f the
World's Monetary Crisis. 1971 Jan. 78.
W eintraub, Sidney. Keynes and the Monetarists. 1974 Sept. 71.
Weiss, A rm and B., Alfred Blumstein, M urray Kamrass, eds.
System s Analysis fo r Social problems. 1971 Sept. 80-81.
W eisskopf, Thom as E., Richard C. Edwards, M ichael Reich, eds.
The Capitalist System , A Radical Analysis o f American Society.
1972 Aug. 72-74.
W eisskopf, W alter A. Alienation and Economics. 1972 June 65-66.
W eitz, Raanan. From Peasant to Farmer: A Revolutionary Strategy.
1972 Sept. 85-86.
W ellington, Harry H. and Ralph K. W inter, Jr. The Unions and the
Cities. 1972 Apr. 33-36.
Wells, T heodora and Rosalind Loring. Breakthrough: Women Into
Management. 1974 May 85-89.
W ertheim er, Barbara M. and Anne H. Nelson. Trade Union
Women, A Study o f Their Participation in New York Locals. 1975
Nov. 85-86.
W hitcom b, David K. Externalities and Welfare. 1973 Feb. 77.
W hite, Law rence J. The Automobile Industry Since 1945. 1972
Feb. 87-88.
Wiggins, Ronald L. The Arbitration o f Industrial Engineering
Disputes. 1971 Sept. 79-80.
W ilczynski, J. Socialist Economic Development and Reforms: From
Extensive to Intensive Growth Under Central Planning in the
U .S.S.R ., Eastern Europe, and Yugoslavia. 1973 Sept. 92-93.
W ilkinson, Frank, Dudley Jackson, H. A. Turner. Do Unions Cause
Inflation? Two Studies: With a Theoretical Introduction and Policy
Conclusion. 1973 July 67-68.
Williams, R obert E., Peter A. Janus, Kenneth C. Huhn. N LR B
Regulation o f Election Conduct: A Study o f the National Labor
Relations Board's Policies and Standards fo r Setting Aside
Representation Elections Based on Postelection Objections. 1975
Jan. 89-90.
W ilson, Thom as, ed. Pensions, Inflation, and Growth: A Compara­
tive Study o f the Elderly in the Welfare State. 1975 July 67-68.
W inter, Ralph K., Jr. and Harry H. W ellington. The Unions and the
Cities. 1972 Apr. 33-36.
W irt, Frederick M. and others. On The City's Rim: Politics and Pol­
icy in Suburbia. 1973 Mar. 81-82.
W ithey, Steven B. A Degree and What Else? Correlates and Con­
sequences o f a College Education. 1972 June 68-69.
W itney, Fred and Benjamin J. Taylor. Labor Relations Law. 1971
July 76.
W olfle, Dael. The Uses o f Talent. 1971 Nov. 78.
W olkinson, Benjamin W. Blacks, Unions, and the EEOC: A Study
o f Administrative Futility. 1974 July 77-78.
W ood, Adrian and Robin Marris, eds. The Corporate Economy:
Growth, Competition, and Innovative Potential. 1972 July 64.
W ood, Oliver G., Jr., ed. The BASF Controversy: Employment vs.
Environm ent. 1972 Aug. 68-69.
W orcester, Dean A., Jr. Beyond Welfare and Full Employment: The
Economics o f Optimal Employm ent Without Inflation. 1973 Mar.
76-78.
Yavitz, Boris, D ean W. M orse, A nna B. Dutka. The Labor Market:
An Information System . 1974 Dec. 78-79.
Y ohalem , Alice and Eli Ginzberg, eds. Corporate Lib: Women's
Challenge to M anagement. 1974 May 85-89.
Yoshino, M. Y. Japan's Managerial System: Tradition and Innova­
tion. 1972 May 74-75.

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Young, W. M cEwan and Stephen J. Baum. A Practical Guide to
Flexible Working Hours. 1975 Apr. 80-81.
Zagoria, Sam. Public Workers and Public Unions. 1972 Dec. 52-53.
Zahn, Ernest, George Katona, B urkhard Strum pel. Aspirations and
Affluence: Comparative Studies in the United States and Western
Europe. 1972 Feb. 92-93.




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Zaleznik, A braham , Gene Dalton, Louis Barnes. Orientation and
Conflict in Career. 1971 Oct. 78.
Zeller, Frederick A. and Wil J. Smith, eds. Public Welfare—Right or
Privilege: A System Under Attack. 1973 Oct. 68.
Zickler, Joyce K. and Sar A. Levitan. The Quest fo r a Federal
Manpower Partnership. 1975 Oct. 72.

AUTHORS

A aron, Benjam in. Employee rights under an agreem ent: A current
evaluation. 1971 Aug. 52-56.
------. How oth er nations deal with em ergency disputes. 1972 May
37-43.
Abel, I. W. Exploring alternatives to the strike: Basic steel’s experi­
mental negotiating agreem ent. 1973 Sept. 39-42.
Abram son, Elinor W. Projected dem and for and supply of Ph. D.
m anpow er, 1972-85. 1975 Dec. 52-53.
Ackley, G ardner. Book review. 1974 June 77-78.
Adams, Arvil V. Evaluating the success of the EEOC com pliance
process. 1973 May 26-29.
Afriat, S. N. Book review. 1974 Jan. 86-87.
Aitken, N orm an D. Book review. 1973 Feb. 88-89.
Akin, John S. Book review. 1974 June 84-85.
Alderfer, Clayton P. Book reviews. 1972 July 53-54; 1975 Oct.
72-73.
Aldrich, How ard. Book review. 1974 July 75-76.
Alexander, K enneth O. Book review. 1972 Jan. 89-90.
A lexander, R obert J. Book reviews. 1971 O ct. 79-80; 1972 Sept.
82; 1974 Jan. 87-88.
Allen, William R. Book review. 1972 July 64.
Allison, T heodore. Book reviews. 1971 O ct. 77-78; 1972 Oct.
79-81.
Alpert, Paul. Book review. 1975 July 64-65.
Altbach, Philip G. Book review. 1973 Feb. 85.
A lterm an, Jack. An overview o f BLS projections. 1973 Dec. 3-7.
------. B lue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends: C om pensation per m an­
hour and take-hom e pay. 1971 June 25-34.
------, G eorge M. von Furstenberg, Lydia Segal. Tax effects in m ea­
sures of econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.
Altm an, Edw ard 1. Book review. 1973 May 73-74.
A nderson, Maxine. Broad accident com pensation law enacted in
New Zealand. 1973 Aug. 77-78.
Anderson, Nancy N. Book review. 1973 Apr. 86-87.
A ndreasen, Alan R. Book review. 1972 June 67-68.
Angelo, Thom as, Law rence L orber, William J. Kilberg. Grievance
and arbitration patterns in the Federal service. 1972 Nov.
23-30.
Anschel, Kurt P. Book review. 1974 Apr. 77-78.
Appel, Gary L. and R obert E. Schlenker. Analysis o f M ichigan’s
experience with work incentives. 1971 Sept. 15-22.
Ardolini, Charles W. Productivity gains in 1972 in selected indus­
tries. 1973 July 43-45.
------ and Jeffrey H ohenstein. M easuring productivity in the
Federal G overnm ent. 1974 Nov. 13-20.
Argyris, Chris. Book reviews. 1971 May 81-82; 1972 Sept. 74-75.
A rm knecht, Paul A., Jr. Job vacancies in m anufacturing, 1969-73.
1974 Aug. 27-33.
------and John F. Early. M anufacturing quit rates revisited: secular
changes and w om en’s quits. 1973 Dec. 56-58.
------ and John F. Early. Quits in m anufacturing: a study of their
causes. 1972 Nov. 31-37.
Arnhoff, Franklyn N. Book review. 1972 June 68-69.
A ronson, R obert L. Book review. 1972 Dec. 73.
Arthurs, H. W. Book review. 1973 Nov. 77-78.
Ash, Philip. Book review. 1973 Jan. 79-81.




A shenfelter, Orley. Book review. 1975 Dec. 66-67.
------ . M anpow er training and earnings. 1975 Apr. 46-48.
A shford, Nicholas A. W orker health and safety: an area of con­
flicts. 1975 Sept. 3-11.
Aspin, Les. Job reinstatem ent under section 8 (a )(3 )o f the NLRA.
1971 Mar. 57-59.
A urand, Harold W. Book reviews. 1971 Jan. 76-77; 1975 Oct.
68-69.
Aussieker, Melvin W. and Joseph W. G arbarino. Faculty unionism
in institutions of higher education. 1974 Apr. 48-51.
Ayres, Mary Ellen. Book review. 1975 Aug. 54-55.
Azevedo, Ross and Daniel J. B. Mitchell. Pay board assessment of
wage controls. 1973 Apr. 21-23.
Bachm ura, Frank T. Book review. 1973 Feb. 88.
Badawy, M. K. Book review. 1972 May 76-77.
Baer, W erner. Book review. 1971 May 82.
Bahr, Richard C. Price indexes by size of city show increases from
8.8 to 10.4 percent. 1973 Dec. 65-67.
------ . Price indexes by size of city show increases ranging from 7.6
to 8.9 percent. 1973 June 54-55.
------ . Second quarter prices rise faster in smaller urban areas. 1973
Sept. 73-74.
------ and Frank Ptacek. Southern cities again paced consum er
price rise in 1974. 1975 May 53-57.
------ and Frank Ptacek. The South and smaller areas led 1973 re­
gional and city-size C P I’s. 1974 May 59-64.
------ and Toshiko N akayam a. New CPI by size of city shows larger
increases in big areas. 1973 Mar. 55-57.
------ , M ark R. M einers, Toshiko Nakayam a. New consum er price
indexes by size of city. 1972 Aug. 3-8.
Bailey, William R. and Albert E. Schwenk. Employer expenditures
for private retirem ent and insurance plans. 1972 July 15-19.
------ and A lbert E. Schwenk. Wage differences among m anufactur­
ing establishm ents. 1971 May 16-19.
Bairstow, Frances. C an ad a’s discontent with strikes prom pts in­
terest in arbitration. 1973 Aug. 63-64.
Baldwin, William L. Book review. 1972 Dec. 53-54.
Ball, Robert. L abor and m aterial requirem ents for apartm ent con­
struction. 1975 Jan. 70-73.
------ . L abor and m aterials required for highway construction. 1973
June 40-45.
------ and Larry Ludwig. Labor requirem ents for construction of
single-family houses. 1971 Sept. 12-14.
Ballenger, M artha D. Physician’s assistants and the licensing issue.
1971 Apr. 62-63.
Ballon, R obert J. Book review. 1975 Feb. 88-90.
Banks, R obert F. Book reviews. 1971 Nov. 84-85; 1972 Sept.
87-88.
Barbash, Jack. The em ergence of urban low-wage unionism. 1974
Apr. 51-52.
------ . Book reviews. 1971 Mar. 80; 1973 Feb. 68.
Barkin, Solom on. Book reviews. 1971 Apr. 83-84; 1973 Apr.
87-88.
B am ako, Frank R. Enforcing job safety: a managerial view. 1975
M ar. 36-39.
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Barnes, William F. and Ethel B. Jones. M anufacturing quit rates
revisited: a cyclical view of w om en’s quits. 1973 Dec. 53-56.
Barnett, Jeanne K. and Janice N eipert Hedges. W orking women
and the division of household tasks. 1972 Apr. 9-14.
Barnum, Darold T. Book review. 1972 May 79-80.
Barrett, Jerom e T. and Ira B. Lobel. Public sector strikes—
legisla­
tive and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept. 19-22.
Barsky, Carl. Shirt industry loosens ties to minimum wage. 1975
Sept. 48-50.
------. Wage gains in hosiery m anufacturing, 1970-73. 1975 Mar.
56-58.
------. W ages and benefits in m etal mining. 1974 Apr. 59-60.
------. W ages in iron and steel foundries. 1975 Nov. 62-63.
------. W age structure studied in leather tanning. 1974 Dec. 61-62.
Barth, P eter S. Book review. 1975 May 72-73.
Barton, Sam B. C om prom ise agreem ents as a m eans of work injury
settlem ent. 1971 Sept. 51-53.
Batchelder, Alan A. Book review. 1973 M ar. 82-83.
Batlin, Carl A. United Steelw orkers of A m erica convention. 1972
Nov. 53-54.
Bauman, Alvin and Steven Sternlieb. Em ploym ent characteristics
of low-wage workers. 1972 July 9-14.
Bechill, W illiam. Book review. 1975 July 67-68.
Becker, Joseph M., S.J. Book reviews. 1971 June 94; 1972 July
56.
Becker, W alter G. Book review. 1971 Jan 74-75.
Bednarzik, R obert W. Involuntary part-tim e work: a cyclical analy­
sis. 1975 Sept. 12-18.
------. The plunge of em ploym ent during the recent recession. 1975
Dec. 3-10.
Beechhold, Henry F. Book review. 1972 July 60-61.
Behman, Sara. Book review. 1974 M ar. 64-65.
Behrm an, Jere R. Book review. 1971 Aug. 79-80.
Behrm an, Lucy C. Book review. 1972 July 62-63.
Beier, Em erson. Incidence of private retirem ent plans. 1971 July
37-40.
Bell, C arolyn Shaw. The econom ics of m ight have been. 1974 Nov.
40-42.
Bell, Donald R. Prevalence o f private retirem ent plans. 1975 Oct.
17-20.
------. Prevalence of private retirem ent plans in m anufacturing.
1973 Sept. 29-32.
Bellante, D onald M. Book review. 1973 Sept. 96.
Belman,
A lbert
A.
International
L ongshorem en’s
and
W arehousem en’s Union. 1971 Aug. 62-62.
------ . International L ongshorem en’s Association convention. 1971
Oct. 72.
Bemis, Stephen E. and Janice N eipert Hedges. Sex stereotyping: its
decline in skilled trades. 1974 May 14-22.
B ennett, Jam es T. Book reviews. 1972 July 54-55; 1973 Aug.
94-95.
Benson, C harles S. Collective bargaining in higher education. 1973
May 33-34.
Berger, Henry W. Book reviews. 1974 Nov. 74; 1975 Feb. 92.
Bergquist, Virginia A. H arm ony prevails at AFSCM E convention.
1974 Aug. 54-56.
------ . W om en’s participation in labor organizations. 1974 Oct. 3-9.
Berkowitz, M onroe. Book review. 1974 Jan. 84-85.
Berliner, H erm an A. Book review. 1971 Sept. 81-82.
Berliner, Joseph S. Book review. 1971 Mar. 82-83.
Bernstein, Irving. Book review. 1971 Jan. 72.
Bernstein, M arvin D. Book review. 1971 June 95-96.
Bernstein, M erton C. Federal standards and social welfare. 1974
Apr. 41-43.
Berthoff, Rowland. Book review. 1972 Apr. 68-69.
Bezdek, Roger H. Book review. 1971 June 99.
------ and Barry Getzel. E ducation and job training of scientists and
engineers. 1973 Nov. 54-55.
------and W illiam N. Cook. Book review. 1974 Apr. 79-81.
Blackm ore, Donald J. A salary profile of electronic data processing
occupations. 1975 M ar. 5 1 -56.
Blaine, H arry R. Book review. 1974 July 79-80.
Blake, David H. Book review. 1973 Feb. 84, Mar. 85.
Blase, Melvin G. Book review. 1973 Feb. 87-88.




M ONTH LY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
Blitz, Rudolph C. W om en in the professions, 1870-1970. 1974
May 34-39.
Bloch, Herm an D. Book review. 1971 June 98.
Blostin, Allan P. Steelw orkers’ convention reviews constitution,
rem oves dues ceiling. 1974 Dec. 47-48.
Blough, Roger M. Minimizing the effect of controls. 1974 Mar.
39-42.
Blum, A lbert A. Book reviews. 1973 Apr. 89-90; 1974 Nov.
75-76.
Blumrosen, Alfred W. Removing roadblocks to minority hiring.
1972 Apr. 23-24.
Bognanno, M ario F., Jam es B. Dworkin, O m otayo Fashoyin. Physi­
cians’ and dentists’ bargaining organizations: a prelim inary look.
1975 June 33-35.
Bolino, August C. Book reviews. 1971 June 97-98; 1972 Aug.
75-76.
Bolton, Lena W. A utos, trucking head increased 1976 bargaining
activity. 1975 Dec. 11-21.
------ . Bargaining ahead: m ajor contracts expiring in 1974. 1973
Dec. 43-51.
------ . Bargaining in 1975: oil, m aritim e, postal talks top light agen­
da. 1974 Dec. 24-33.
------ and David Larson. C alendar o f wage increases and negotia­
tions for 1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
------ and Leon Bornstein. C alendar o f wage increases and negotia­
tions for 1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
------ and M ichael E. Sparrough. C alendar of wage increases and
negotiations for 1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
Bond, M. E. Book reviews. 1971 Apr. 78-79; 1972 Sept. 88.
Bornstein, Leon. ‘Developm ents in industrial Relations,’ each
m onth.
------ and Lena W. Bolton. C alendar of wage increases and negotia­
tions for 1971. 1971 Jan. 31-44.
Bornstein, Tim. Book reviews. 1972 Oct. 81; 1975 Jan. 88-89.
Borus, M ichael E. Book review. 1973 Mar. 89-90.
Boston, Daniel A. W hite-collar salaries rise 6.4 percent. 1974 Oct.
63-64.
Boulding, K enneth E. Book review. 1974 Oct. 80-81.
Bousel, A rthur J. Book review. 1974 Oct. 82-83.
Bowman, Charles T. and Ronald E. Kutscher. Industrial use of
petroleum : effect on employm ent. 1974 Mar. 3-8.
B rackett, Jean. Retired couples’ budget updated to autum n 1971.
1972 July 35-36.
------ . Urban family budgets updated to autum n 1972. 1973 Aug.
70-76.
------ . U rban family budgets updated to autum n 1973. 1974 Aug.
57-62.
Bradley, M ichael E. Book reviews. 1971 May 84-85; 1972 Apr.
67-68.
Bradshaw, Thom as F. Jobseeking m ethods used by unemployed
workers. 1973 Feb. 35-40.
------ and Curtis L. Gilroy. Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent-a re­
port on 1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
------ and John F. Stinson. Trends in weekly earnings: an analysis.
1975 Aug. 22-32.
------ , Curtis L. Gilroy, Paul O. Flaim. Employm ent and unem ploy­
m ent in 1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
Branch, Edna B. U rban family budgets updated to autum n 1974.
1975 June 42-48.
Brand, Horst. Book reviews. 1973 Jan. 77-78; 1975 Sept. 70-71.
------ . Problems of m easuring railroad productivity. 1974 Oct.
26-32.
------ . Productivity in telephone com m unications. 1973 Nov. 3-9.
------ . Productivity in the pharm aceutical industry. 1974 Mar. 9-14.
------ and Richard B. Carnes. Productivity in intercity trucking: a
rejoinder. 1974 O ct. 45-47.
Brecher, Charles. Book reviews. 1972 Dec. 73-74; 1973 Oct.
72-73; 1975 Dec. 68-69.
Bregger, John. U nem ploym ent statistics and what they m ean. 1971
Nov. 22-29.
Brenem an, Donald L. Am erican Federation of G overnm ent Em­
ployees 23d convention. 1972 Nov. 51-53.
Broad, M ichael M. and Clyde Huffstutler. Productivity in struc­
tural clay products. 1975 Oct. 29-33.

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Broehl, W ayne G., Jr. Book review. 1972 July 55.
B ronfenbrenner, M. Book review. 1972 June 69-70.
Brooks, David B. Book review. 1972 Nov. 77-78.
Brooks, George W. Book review. 1973 Nov. 80-81.
Brophy, Jacqueline. Book reviews. 1973 Feb. 70-71; 1974 Nov.
70-71.
Broudy, Harry S. Book review. 1975 Dec. 70-71.
Brown, Douglass V. Legalism in U.S. industrial relations. 1971
Mar. 51-53.
Bucchieri, T heresa F. Social and welfare program s for the han­
dicapped abroad. 1972 Aug. 50-51.
Buckley, John. Pay differences betw een m en and women in the
same job. 1971 Nov. 36-40.
Buckley, Louis F. Book review. 1974 Apr. 82-83.
Bullock, Paul. Book review. 1974 Sept. 69-70.
Burch, Susan W. Book review. 1975 June 68-69.
Burdetsky, Ben. Book reviews. 1972 Apr. 69; 1973 June 77-78;
1975 Sept. 67-68.
Burgess, L eonard R. Book review. 1974 Apr. 82.
Burgess, Paul L. and Jerry L. Kingston. The effect of health on du­
ration of unem ploym ent. 1974 Apr. 53-54.
Burkhardt, Frank. A com m ent on wage restraint in the construc­
tion industry. 1972 Jan. 70.
Burns, A rthur E. Book reviews. 1971 Sept. 76-77; 1972 Oct.
7 7 - 78, Dec. 61-62; 1973 O ct. 68-69; 1974 Oct. 79-80.
Burtt, E verett J., Jr. Book reviews. 1972 Feb. 84-85; 1973 Dec.
7 8 - 79.
Bush, Joseph C. Fifth of trousers workers still near minimum wage.
1975 Nov. 63-65.
------. Incentive pay patterns in the steel industry. 1974 Aug.
75-77.
------. Nursing hom e wage survey. 1975 M ar. 58-60.
------. O ccupational pay relationships hold steady in textiles. 1972
Sept. 59-60.
------. Pay increases in footw ear lag behind o ther industries. 1973
June 57-58.
------. W ages in textile dyeing and finishing. 1972 Apr. 42-43.
------. W ages rise sharply for telephone and telegraph workers.
1972 Aug. 43-44.
Button, William H. Book review. 1971 Jan. 79-80.
Byrne, Jam es J. O ccupational mobility of workers. 1975 Feb.
53-59.
Cahn, Sidney L. Some ways to control arbitration costs: an arbitra­
to r’s view. 1975 June 31-33.
Cain, L eonard F. Book reviews. 1972 M ar. 72-73; 1974 June
80-81.
Caldwell, Lynton K. Book reviews. 1972 May 78-79; 1975 Sept.
66.

Cam m arosano, Joseph R. Book review. 1973 M ar. 86-88.
Cam pbell, Colin D. Book review. 1973 Aug. 95-96.
Cam pbell, Robert. Book review. 1972 Sept. 80-81.
Capdevielle, Patricia and A rthur Neef. Productivity and unit labor
cost in the United States and abroad. 1975 July 28-32.
------ and A rthur Neef. Productivity and unit labor costs in 12 in­
dustrial countries. 1973 Nov. 14-21.
C aram ela, Edward J. Pay relationships in chem ical plants
unchanged as wages rise. 1972 Oct. 57-58.
------. Staffing and pay changes in life insurance com panies. 1973
Aug. 66-68.
------. W ages in separate trousers m anufacturing. 1972 Mar. 53-54.
------. W ages in the scheduled airlines industry. 1971 Dec. 68-82.
------. W ages up, em ploym ent trend mixed in nonelectrical m achin­
ery. 1974 Nov. 55-57.
------. W hite-collar salaries rise 6.2 percent. 1971 Jan. 57-59.
Carey, John L. Productivity in the m etal cans industry. 1972 July
28-31.
------. Productivity in the steel foundries industry. 1973 May 8-11.
------ and Brian L. Friedm an. Productivity in gasoline stations,
1958-73. 1975 Feb. 32-37.
Carliner, Lewis. Book review. 1972 Dec. 71-72
Carlson, M ichael D. The 1972-73 Consum er Expenditure Survey.
1974 Dec. 16-23.




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Carnes, Richard B. Productivity trends in intercity trucking. 1974
Jan. 53-57.
------ and Horst Brand. Productivity in intercity trucking: a
rejoinder. 1974 Oct. 45-47.
C arpenter, Howard S. E uropean experience: linking wages to costof-living indexes. 1975 Sept. 53-56.
------ . France curbs its tem porary work agencies. 1972 Nov. 55-56.
C arter, Jam es M. Role of the Job Bank in the placem ent process.
1972 Dec. 28-29.
Cavanagh, G erald F., S.J. Book review. 1972 Mar. 73-74.
Chaison, Gary N. Book review. 1975 Jan. 89-90.
------ . Unit size and union success in representation elections. 1973
Feb. 51-52.
C halk, O cania. Book review. 1973 Mar. 84-85.
Cham pagne, Jean. A dapting jobs to people: experim ents at Alcan.
1973 Apr. 49-51.
C hapel, Stephen W. Book review. 1975 Oct. 74-76.
Chase, John H. State, County and M unicipal Employees conven­
tion, 1972. 1972 Aug. 38-39.
Christensen, A ndrea. W hite-collar pay up 6.6 percent. 1972 Jan.
72-74.
------ . W hite-collar pay up 5.4 percent. 1973 Oct. 53-55.
Cimini, Michael H. G overnm ent intervention in railroad disputes.
1971 Dec. 27-34.
------ . International B rotherhood of Team sters convention. 1971
Sept. 54-55.
Clague, Ewan. Determ ining eligibility for black-lung compensation.
1974 Mar. 25-30.
Clarke, Joan. Turkish labor and the EEC. 1972 June 52-53.
C latanoff, William B., Jr. Book review. 1973 Feb. 72-73.
Cleaveland, Jam es R. Book review. 1973 Mar. 88-89.
C ochran, Kendall P. Book review. 1972 May 71-72.
C ochran, Stephen and Donald P. Eldridge. Employment and per­
sonal consum ption expenditures. 1972 Mar. 39-47.
Cohany, Harry P. Book reviews. 1972 Sept. 81-82; 1973 July
64-65.
C ohelan, Jeffery. Book review. 1972 May 70-71.
Cohen, Harry. Book review. 1973 Sept. 95-96.
C ohen, Malcolm S. Book review. 1974 Feb. 83.
Cole, David L. Exploring alternatives to the strike: The search for
industrial peace. 1973 Sept. 37-39.
Cole, R obert E. and Shunichiro Umetani. M anpower training and
lifetime em ploym ent in Japan. 1974 Nov. 43-45.
Colem an, C harles J. and Jane A. Rose. Bank unionization: status
and prospects. 1975 Oct. 38-41.
Coles, Flournoy A., Jr. Book reviews. 1972 June 66-67; 1973 Mar.
79-80, Apr. 84-85.
Collery, Arnold. Book review. 1973 Aug. 92.
Collier, Joe. The Federal role in job safety and health: Inspection
and enforcem ent at the workplace. 1973 Aug. 35-42.
Collins, Joseph. Book review. 1972 Aug. 65-66.
Collins, Richard C. Book review. 1973 Mar. 85-86.
C om m oner, Barry. Econom ic growth and ecology— biologist’s
a
view. 1971 Nov. 3-13.
Conly, Sandra. Education and labor m arket tightness. 1974 Oct.
51-53.
C onnor, W alter D. Book review. 1974 Sept. 72-73.
Cook, Alice H. Book review. 1972 Feb. 91-92.
C ook, Carvin. Federal em ploym ent standards legislation. 1973 Jan.
50-51.
C ook, Thom as I. Book review. 1972 Feb. 88-89.
Cook, William N. and Roger H. Bezdek. Book review. 1974 Apr.
79-81.
C opp, R obert. Ford M otor Com pany as a m ultinational employer.
1973 Aug. 58-61.
C orbett, L aurence P. M ediation-arbitration from the em ployer’s
standpoint. 1973 Dec. 52-53.
C ord, Steven B. Book review. 1972 Feb. 89-90.
C ottrell, Fred. Book review. 1972 May 77-78.
C outurier, Jean J. Book reviews. 1972 Dec. 52-53; 1974 Mar.
62-63.
Cox, John Howell. Time and incentive pay practices in urban
areas. 1971 Dec. 53-56.
Craypo, Charles. Book review. 1975 Sept. 72.

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Creagan, Jam es F. Rise of prices and pay adjustm ents in Italy.
1973 July 47-48.
C rook, Frederick W. Collective farms in Com m unist China. 1973
Mar. 4 5 -50.
Crowley, M ichael F. Em ploym ent of scientists and engineers in
1970. 1972 Apr. 43-44.
------. Professional m anpow er: the job m arket turnaround. 1972
Oct. 9 -15.
Cunningham , John R. Book review. 1974 Dec. 76-77.
C urran, Donald J. Book review. 1973 Sept. 93-94.
C zarnecki, Edgar R. Book review. 1973 Dec. 82-83.
Daicoff, Darwin W. Analyzing ‘Productivity trends in intercity
trucking.’ 1974 Oct. 41-45.
Dallas, Sherm an. Book review. 1975 Nov. 88.
Dance, M aurice E. Book review. 1973 July 68.
D arm stadter, Joel. Book review. 1975 Apr. 81-82.
Daski, R obert S. A rea wage survey test focuses on part-tim ers.
1974 Apr. 60-62.
Davis, Harry E. M ultiem ployer pension plan provisions in 1973.
1974 O ct. 10-16.
------ . Pension plan provisions in construction industry, 1973. 1975
Mar. 6 3 -64.
------ . Pension provisions affecting the em ploym ent of older w or­
kers. 1973 Apr. 41-45.
------ . The growth of benefits in a cohort o f pension plans. 1971
May 4 6 -50.
Davis, Joseph M. H ealth and the education-earnings relationship.
1973 Apr. 61-63.
------ . Im pact o f health on earnings and labor m arket activity. 1972
Oct. 4 6 -49.
Defina C atherine C. L abor and the econom y in 1973. 1974 Jan.
9-21.
------. L abor and the econom y in 1974. 1975 Jan. 3-16.
DeM enil, G eorge. Book review. 1972 Dec. 66-67.
Dem psey, R ichard and Douglas Schm ude. O ccupational im pact of
defense expenditures. 1971 Dec. 12-15.
Denison, Edw ard F. Has the potential output of the U.S. econom y
been m istated? 1974 Dec. 34-42.
D erber, M ilton. Book review. 1972 Jan. 87.
D ernburg, T hom as F. Book review. 1975 July 62-63.
D euterm ann, William V. Educational attainm ent of w orkers,
M arch 1971. 1971 Nov. 30-35.
------. E ducational attainm ent o f w orkers, M arch 1972. 1972 Nov.
38-42.
------. E ducational attainm ent o f w orkers, M arch 1973. 1974 Jan.
58-62.
de Vyver, Frank T. A ustralian industrial relations— system in
a
transition? 1975 Apr. 65-67.
Dewey, L ucretia M. D istrict 50 convention. 1971 Oct. 74.
------. Union m erger pace quickens. 1971 June 63-70.
------. W om en in labor unions. 1971 Feb. 42-48.
D iCesare, C onstance Bogh. Changes in the occupational structure
of U.S. jobs. 1975 Mar. 24-34.
Dillard, Dudley. Book reviews. 1972 Sept. 73-74; 1974 Dec.
77-78.
Dirlam, Joel B. Book review. 1972 Sept. 79-80.
Dixon, V ernon J. Book review. 1972 June 65-66.
Donnelly, W arren H. Book review. 1975 July 65-66.
D orfm an, Nancy S. Book reviews. 1973 Feb. 79-82; 1975 Oct.
69-70.
D oster, Jam es L. and Richard R. Nelson. City em ployee represen­
tation and bargaining policies. 1972 Nov. 4 3 -50.
Douglass, G ordon K. Book review. 1972 July 59-60.
Douty, H. M. Book reviews. 1972 Aug. 6 6 -67; 1974 Mar. 65-66,
June 78-79.
Doyle, Philip M. A quarter century of wage gains for telephone
and telegraph workers. 1974 July 57-58.
------. BLS survey traces wage gains o f truckdrivers. 1974 Sept.
53-54.
------. Employee earnings in com m ercial and savings banks. 1975
May 59-61.
------. G eneral freight drivers get top pay in trucking. 1975 Sept.
50-51.




M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
------ . Increases average 11 percent in com m unications, 1970-73.
1975 Jan. 73-74.
------ . W ages and productivity rise in flour mills as em ploym ent
declines. 1973 Oct. 51-52.
------ . W ages in dress m anufacturing vary widely by area. 1973
Mar. 57-58.
------ . W ages in paperm aking vary by grade of product. 1974 Apr.
58-59.
------ . W ages of telephone and telegraph workers showed rapid rise.
1973 Sept. 75-76.
D rinkw ater, J. M. Book review. 1972 Dec. 68-69.
Drotning, John E. and David B. Kipsky. How union leaders view
job training program s. 1971 Apr. 65-66.
Dunlap, Karen. Exploring alternative techniques to the strike:
M ediation-arbitration: reactions from rank and file. 1973 Sept.
65-66.
Dworkin, Jam es B., O m otayo Fashoyin, M ario F. Bognanno. Physi­
cians’ and dentists’ bargaining organizations: a prelim inary look.
1975 June 33-35.
Dyer, Lee D. M anagerial jobseeking: m ethods and techniques.
1972 Dec. 29-30.
Early, John F. E ffect of the energy crisis on employm ent. 1974
Aug. 8-16.
------ . Factors affecting trends in real spendable earnings. 1973
May 16-19.
------ . M easures of variability for seasonally adjusted series. 1972
Feb. 66-67.
------ and Paul A. A rm knecht. M anufacturing quit rates revisited:
secular changes and w om en’s quits. 1973 Dec. 56-58.
------ and Paul A. A rm knecht. Quits in manufacturing: a study of
their causes. 1972 Nov. 31-37.
------ and Paul O. Flaim. Statistical characteristics of m ajor BLS se­
ries. 1974 July 48-52.
Eaton, B. Curtis. D efense engineers: Do they have special reem ­
ploym ent problem s? 1971 July 52-54.
E aton, William J. Book review. 1972 Dec. 51-52.
Eddy, William B. Book review. 1973 Mar. 78-79.
Edel, M atthew. Book review. 1972 Feb. 86.
Edgell, David L. and Stephen A. W andner. U nem ploym ent in­
surance: its econom ic perform ance. 1974 Apr. 33-40.
Eggert, G erald G. Book review. 1972 May 81.
Eisenberg, William M. M easuring the productivity of nonfinancial
corporations. 1974 Nov. 21-34.
------ and Law rence J. Fulco. Productivity and costs in the private
econom y, 1972. 1973 May 3-7.
Eldridge, Donald P. and Norm an C. Saunders. Employm ent and
exports, 1963-72. 1973 Aug. 16-27.
------ and Stephen C ochran. Em ploym ent and personal consum p­
tion expenditures. 1972 Mar. 39-47.
Elder, Peyton. The 1974 am endm ents to the Federal minimum
wage law. 1974 July 33-37.
Em erson, John Philip. Book review. 1974 Dec. 75-76.
Enarson, Harold L. Book review. 1972 Feb. 82.
Epstein, A lbert S. Book review. 1972 Apr. 63-64.
Evans, R obert, Jr. Book reviews. 1974 Sept. 71-72; 1975 Sept.
69-70.
------ . Com puterizing labor m arket inform ation in Japan. 1974 Feb.
60-64.
------ . E ducation levels and unem ploym ent in Asian countries. 1973
Nov. 58-59.
------ . Ja p a n ’s labor econom y—prospect for the future. 1972 Oct.
3-8.
Everett, Mike. Book review. 1973 Feb. 83-84.
Fanning, John H. NLRB rem edies for unfair labor practices. 1971
Mar. 53-57.
Fashoyin, O m otayo, M ario F. Bognanno, Jam es B. Dworkin. Physi­
cians’ and dentists’ bargaining organizations: a prelim inary look.
1975 June 33-35.
Faux, Geoffrey. Book review. 1973 Jan. 74-75.
Fehd, Carolyn S. Introducing price indexes for railroad freight.
1975 June 19-24.
------ . Productivity in the petroleum pipelines industry. 1971 Apr.
4 6 -48.

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Fellman, G ordon. Book review. 1973 May 74.
Fenlon, John. Recent trends in overtim e hours and premium pay.
1971 Aug. 29-35.
Fina, Thom as W. Book review. 1971 Jan. 78-79.
Finegan, T. Aldrich. L abor force growth and the return to full em ­
ploym ent. 1972 Feb. 29-39.
Finger, Diane S. Labor requirem ents for Federal highway construc­
tion. 1975 Dec. 31-36.
Finn, Joseph T. L abor requirem ents for public housing. 1972 Apr.
40-42.
Fischer, Ben. A rbitration: the steel industry experim ent. 1972 Nov.
7-10.
Fishbein, M eyer H. O ther early efforts at price control. 1974 Feb.
64.
Fisher, R obert W. Labor and the econom y in 1970. 1971 Jan.
3-13.
------. L abor in a year of econom ic stabilization. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
------. W hen workers are discharged— overview. 1973 June 4-17.
an
Fitzpatrick, June. Book review. 1975 July 66-67.
Flaim, Paul O. Discouraged w orkers and changes in unem ploy­
m ent. 1973 Mar. 8-16.
------. E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent during the first half of
1974. 1974 Aug. 3-7.
------. E m ploym ent developm ents in the first half of 1973. 1973
Sept. 25-28.
------and C hristopher G. G ellner. An analysis of unem ploym ent by
household relationship. 1972 Aug. 9-16.
------and John F. Early. Statistical characteristics of m ajor BLS se­
ries. 1974 July 48-52.
------ and Nicholas I. Peters. Usual weekly earnings of Am erican
w orkers. 1972 Mar. 28-38.
------and Paul M. Schwab. Changes in em ploym ent and unem ploy­
m ent in 1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
------, Thom as F. Bradshaw, Curtis L. Gilroy. Em ploym ent and
unem ploym ent in 1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
Fleming, T hom as F., Jr. Job-creating potential of Federal spending.
1975 Nov. 66-68.
------. M anpow er im pact of purchases by State and local govern­
m ents. 1973 June 33-39.
------. State and local governm ent spending in 1975. 1971 Aug.
19-28.
Fogel, W alter A. Book review. 1971 Sept. 81.
------. Im m igrant M exicans and the U.S. work force. 1975 May
44-46.
Folk, Hugh. Book review. 1971 July 70.
Foster, How ard G. Book review. 1971 June 96-97.
France, R obert R. Book reviews. 1972 Feb. 86-87; 1974 Nov.
69-70.
Franklin, Paula. Book review. 1975 Apr. 83.
Friedm an, Brian L. and John L. Carey. Productivity in gasoline
stations, 1958-73. 1975 Feb. 32-37.
Fry, Fred L. M ore on the causes of quits in m anufacturing. 1973
June 48-49.
Fuchs, V ictor R. D ifferences in hourly earnings betw een men and
women. 1971 May 9-15.
------. W om en’s earnings: recent trends and long-run prospects.
1974 May 23-26.
Fulco, L aw rence J. and J. R andolph N orsworthy. Productivity and
costs in perspective. 1975 Nov. 44-48.
------ and J. Randolph Norsworthy. Productivity and costs in the
private econom y, 1973. 1974 June 3-9.
------ and Shelby W. Herm an. Changes in productivity and unit
labor costs— yearly review. 1971 May 3-8.
a
------ and William M. Eisenberg. Productivity and costs in the
private econom y, 1972. 1973 May 3-7.
Fullerton, Howard N., Jr. A new type of working life table for
men. 1972 July 20-27.
------. A table of expected working life for m en, 1968. 1971 June
49-55.
Gallagher, Richard E. Setting priorities for NIOSH research. 1975
Mar. 41-43.
Gannon, M artin J. A profile o f the tem porary help industry and its
workers. 1974 May 44-49.




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------ . Book review. 1975 Apr. 80-81.
G arbarino, Joseph W. and Melvin W. Aussieker. Faculty unionism
in institutions of higher education. 1974 Apr. 48-51.
Garfinkle, Stuart H. O ccupations of women and black workers,
1962-74. 1975 Nov. 25-35.
G artaganis, A rthur J. Trends in Federal employm ent, 1958-72.
1974 Oct. 17-25.
G astwirth, Joseph L. Estim ating the num ber of ‘hidden unem ­
ployed.’ 1973 Mar. 17-26.
------ . On the decline of male labor force participation. 1972 Oct.
44-46.
G atew ood, Lucian B. Factfinding in teacher disputes: the W iscon­
sin experience. 1974 Oct. 47-51.
G avett, Thom as W. Com parability wage programs. 1971 Sept.
38-43.
— —. M easures of change in real wages and earnings. 1972 Feb.
48-53.
------ and A rthur Sackley. Blue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends: Anal­
ysis of occupational wage differences. 1971 June 5-12.
Gedney, Frances S. R etired couple’s budgets updated to autum n
1972. 1973 Oct. 45-50.
Gellner, C hristopher G. A 25-year look at em ploym ent as m ea­
sured by two surveys. 1973 July 14-23.
------ . Enlarging the concept of a labor reserve. 1975 Apr. 20-28.
------ . O ccupational characteristics o f urban workers. 1971 Oct.
21-32.
------ . Regional differences in em ploym ent and unemploym ent,
1957-72. 1974 M ar. 15-24.
------ . W here unem ploym ent was heaviest in 1972. 1973 Aug.
65-66.
------ and Paul O. Flaim. An analysis of unem ploym ent by
household relationship. 1972 Aug. 9-16.
Gendell, M urray. Book review. 1974 Mar. 68-70.
G erald, J. Edward. Book review. 1971 Nov. 71-72.
Getzel, Barry and Roger H. Bezdek. Education and job training of
scientists and engineers. 1973 Nov. 54-55.
G iaquinta, Joseph B. Book review. 1972 Sept. 86-87.
Giblin, Jean-Ellen, T hom as Vietorisz, Robert Mier. Subem ploy­
m ent: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May 3-12.
Gilroy, Curtis L. Black and white unemploym ent: the dynamics of
the differential. 1974 Feb. 38-47.
------ . Book review. 1974 Mar. 66-67.
------ . Investm ent in hum an capital and black-white unemployment.
1975 July 13-21.
------ . Job losers, leavers, and entrants: traits and trends. 1973 Aug.
3-15.
------ . Supplem ental m easures of labor force underutilization. 1975
May 14-23.
------ and R obert J. M clntire. Job losers, leavers, and entrants: a
c y c lic a l an alysis. 1 9 7 4 N o v . 3 5 - 3 9 .

------ and Thom as F. Bradshaw. Employm ent and unem ploym ent-a
report on 1973. 1974 Feb. 3-14.
------ , Paul O. Flaim, T hom as F. Bradshaw. Employm ent and unem ­
ploym ent in 1974. 1975 Feb. 3-14.
Ginnold, Richard E. ILO plan for solving the job crisis in Colom ­
bia. 1971 Mar. 32-40.
Ginsburg, Helen. Book reviews. 1973 July 63-64; 1975 May 75.
G itelm an, H. M. Book review. 1971 July 73.
Glasgow, John M. Book review. 1975 Nov. 86-87.
G lazer, Joe. Book review. 1972 Nov. 76-77.
G lennan, Thom as K., Jr. Using experim ents for social research and
planning. 1972 Feb. 16-19.
Glover, R obert W. Breadth of training in apprenticeship. 1975
May 46-47.
Goings, Gloria. New benchm arks introduced. 1975 Nov. 100.
G oldberg, Joseph P. Book reviews. 1973 Apr. 85-86; 1974 Nov.
74-75.
------ . Public em ployee developm ents in 1971. 1972 Jan. 56-66.
— . Public employee labor relations in other dem ocracies-a
review essay. 1972 Oct. 37-43.
------ . Results of the 1972 International Labor Conference. 1972
Sept. 38-46.
------ . Results of the 1973 International Labor C onference. 1973
O ct. 28-33.

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------. Seam en and m odernization of m erchant shipping. 1971 Feb.
49-54.
------. T ripartism reaffirm ed by the 1971 International L abor C on­
ference. 1971 Sept. 30-37.
G oldenberg, Shirley B. Public sector bargaining: the C anadian ex­
perience. 1973 May 34-36.
Goldfarb, R obert S. Q uantitative research on the minimum wage.
1975 Apr. 44-46.
G oldm an, Alvin L. Book reviews. 1974 Sept. 66 -6 7 , Dec. 74-75.
Goldstein, Harold. New Federal-State occupational em ploym ent
statistics program . 1971 Oct. 12-17.
Goldstein, M arcus S. Book review. 1971 Mar. 81.
G oodm an, J. F. B., Joseph Krislov, John F. M ead. A ttitudes
tow ard m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975 Jan.
55-59.
Goodwin, L eonard. Book reviews. 1972 Sept. 83-84; 1974 Mar.
6 7 - 68.
------. W elfare m others and the work ethic. 1972 Aug. 35-37.
Gover, Kathryn R. and Beverly J. M cEaddy. Job situation of Vietnam -era veterans. 1974 Aug. 17-26.
------ and Carl Rosenfeld. E m ploym ent of school-age youth. 1972
Aug. 25-30.
------ and Elizabeth W aldm an. C hildren of women in the labor
force. 1971 July 19-25.
------ and Elizabeth W aldm an. E m ploym ent situation of Vietnam
Era veterans. 1971 Sept. 3-11.
------and Elizabeth W aldm an. M arital and family characteristics of
the labor force. 1972 Apr. 4-8.
------ and Kopp M ichelotti. E m ploym ent situation for Vietnam Era
veterans. 1972 Dec. 7-15.
G raham , G eorge A. Book review. 1972 Jan. 86-87.
G raham , H arry and Dennis Pointer. R ecognition, negotiation, and
work stoppages in hospitals. 1971 May 54-58.
G ranata, Dale. Survey highlights occupational pay differences in
furniture industry. 1973 June 58-60.
G rant, Paul B. Book review. 1971 July 71-72.
Gray, Lois S. The jobs Puerto Ricans hold in New Y ork City. 1975
Oct. 12-16.
Greeley, A ndrew M. Book reviews. 1972 May 73-74; 1975 Apr.
83-84.
G reen, G loria P. M easuring total and State insured unem ploym ent.
1971 June 37-48.
------and John F. Stinson. C hanges in the em ploym ent situation in
1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
------ and John F. Stinson. E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent in
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.
G reen, Lee S. Book review. 1971 July 76.
G reenbaum , John S. Book review. 1974 Nov. 71-72.
G reene, Richard. Unions rep o rt slow rise in health, insurance, and
pension coverage. 1975 Jan. 67-70.
G reenfield, Harry I. Book review. 1972 May 75-76.
G reer, Douglas F. Book review. 1975 Nov. 87-88.
G reer, T hom as V. Book review. 1972 June 70-71.
G rossm an, Allyson Sherm an. M ultiple jobholding in May 1974.
1975 Feb. 60-64.
------. W om en in the labor force: the early years. 1975 Nov. 3-9.
G rossm an, Jonathan. Black studies in the D epartm ent of Labor,
1897-1907. 1974 June 17-27.
------. Book review. 1973 Feb. 74-76.
------. Origin of the U.S. D epartm ent of Labor. 1973 Mar. 3-7.
------. The coal strike of 1902—
turning point in U.S. policy. 1975
Oct. 21-28.
------. Wage and price controls during the A m erican revolution.
1973 Sept. 3-10.
------. W ho is the father of L abor Day? 1972 Sept. 3-6.
------ and Judson M acLaury. The creation of the Bureau of L abor
Statistics. 1975 Feb. 25-31.
G rote, Richard C. Book review. 1971 Feb. 81-82.
Gruchy, Allan G. Book reviews. 1972 Aug. 72-74; 1974 Sept.
6 8 - 69; 1975 July 61-62.
Grunsky, R obert R. Exploring the alternatives to the strike in the
private sector: Replacing econom ic w eapons with reason. 1973
Sept. 53-54.
Gubins, Samuel. Book review. 1972 Oct. 87-88.




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G uest, R obert H. Book review. 1973 Feb. 69-70.
G uinan, M atthew. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the public
sector: The unreal distinction betw een public and private sec­
tors. 1973 Sept. 46-47.
G urney, John L. C alendar of wage increases and negotiations for
1974. 1974 Jan. 3-8.
G ustm an, Alan L. Book review. 1975 Oct. 73-74.
G uttm an, Robert. Intergovernm ental relations under the new m an­
pow er act. 1974 June 10-16.
Gylys, Julius A. Book review. 1975 Dec. 68.
H aber, H erbert L. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the public
sector: Factfinding with binding recom m endations. 1973 Sept.
43-44.
Hagan, Alfred J. Book review. 1971 Nov. 29.
H ahn, William F. C onstruction m anpow er needs by 1980. 1971
July 12-18.
H am bleton, John W. Book review. 1972 Aug. 68-69.
Ham erm esh, Daniel S. Book review. 1973 July 67-68.
Ham ilton, Gloria Shaw and J. David Roessner. How employers
screen disadvantaged job applicants. 1972 Sept. 14-21.
H am m erm an, H erbert. M inorities in construction referral unions—
revisited. 1973 May 43-46.
------ . M inority w orkers in construction referral unions. 1972 May
17-26.
H ancock, Keith. Book review. 1974 Feb. 80-81.
Hanley, Edward F., Jr. National Education Association again
focuses on m erger issue. 1973 Sept. 67-68.
------ . National Education A ssociation’s 51st convention. 1972
Sept. 55-56.
H anlon, Richard A. D ifferences in reporting family income. 1973
Apr. 46-48.
Hansen, Gary B. and Myron Room kin. Lessons for A m erican ap­
prenticeship from foreign innovations. 1975 May 47-48.
Harrison, Bennett. Additional thoughts on the dual labor m arket.
1972 Apr. 37-39.
Harriss, C. Lowell. Book review. 1973 Oct. 66-68.
------ . Setting national priorities: the 1973 budget—a review essay.
1972 Sept. 33-37.
Haughton, Ronald W. Exploring alternative techniques to the
strike: Some successful uses of ‘in terest’ arbitration. 1973 Sept.
60-62.
H aurek, Edward W. Book review. 1974 Feb. 85-86.
Hayghe, Howard. Em ploym ent of high school graduates and
dropouts. 1972 May 49-53.
------ . Em ploym ent of school-age youth. 1971 Aug. 13-18.
------ . Job tenure of w orkers, January 1973. 1974 Dec. 53-57.
------ . L abor force activity of m arried women. 1973 Apr. 31-36.
------ . M arital and family characteristics of the labor force in
M arch 1973. 1974 Apr. 21-27.
------ . M arital and family characteristics of the labor force, M arch
1975. 1975 Nov. 52-56.
------ . M arital and family characteristics of workers, M arch 1974.
1975 Jan. 60-64.
------ . W ork experience of the population in 1969. 1971 Jan.
45-52.
------ and Kopp M ichelotti. Multiple jobholding in 1970 and 1971.
1971 Oct. 38-45.
H eath, Frederick M. Book review. 1971 Aug. 83-84.
H eath, Loyd C. Book review. 1971 Sept. 82.
H ecker, Daniel. M anpow er impact o f Federal pollution control ex­
penditures. 1975 June 54-56.
Hedges, Janice Neipert. A look at the 4-day workweek. 1971 Oct.
33-37.
------ . A bsence from w o rk -a look at some national data. 1973 July
24-30.
------ . Book reviews. 1972 Aug. 71-72; 1974 Mar. 68.
------ . How many days m ake a workweek? 1975 Apr. 19-36.
------ . New patterns for working time. 1973 Feb. 3-8.
------ . U nscheduled absence from w ork—
an update. 1975 Aug.
36-39.
------ . W ork schedules and the rush hour. 1975 July 43-47.
------ and Geoffrey H. M oore. T rends in labor and leisure. 1971
Feb. 3-11.

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------ and Jeanne K. Barnett. W orking wom en and the division of
household tasks. 1972 Apr. 9-14.
------ and R obert L. Stein. B lue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends:
Earnings and family incom e. 1971 June 13-24.
------and Stephen E. Bemis. Sex stereotyping: its decline in skilled
trades. 1974 May 14-22.
Heller, W alter. Econom ic growth and ecology—
an econom ist’s
view. 1971 Nov. 14-21.
H enderson, John B. Book reviews. 1972 May 69-70, Oct. 83.
Henle, Peter. B lue-collar/w hite-collar pay trends: A com m ent on
the findings. 1971 June 35-36.
------ . Book review. 1974 Aug. 93-95.
------. Exploring the distribution of earned income. 1972 Dec.
16-27.
------. Further look at the blue-collar blues. 1971 Nov. 40.
------ . R ecent trends in retirem ent benefits related to earnings.
1972 June 12-20.
------. W orker dissatisfaction: a look at the econom ic effects. 1974
Feb. 58-59.
------and Raym ond Schm itt. Pension reform : the long, hard road to
enactm ent. 1974 Nov. 3-12.
Hennessy, M ary L. Book review. 1974 Mar. 70.
Herm an, A rthur S. Industries studied show productivity declines in
1974. 1975 Dec. 50-52.
------ . O utput per m an-hour in selected industries. 1971 Oct.
59-60. 1973 Nov. 10-13.
------. Productivity increased in 1973 in m ost industries studied.
1974 Aug. 69-71.
------. Productivity in the paints and allied products industry.
------. Rapid productivity gains reported for selected industries for
1971. 1972 Aug. 41-43.
Herm an, Shelby W. Productivity and cost m ovem ents in 1971.
1972 May 12-16.
------ and L aw rence J. Fulco. Changes in productivity and unit
labor costs— yearly review. 1971 May 3-8.
a
H ernandez, Pedro. Book review. 1972 July 63-64.
H errick, Neal Q. Book review. 1973 May 69-71.
------. G overnm ent approaches to the hum anization of work. 1973
Apr. 52-54.
------ and R obert P. Quinn. W orking conditions survey as a source
of social indicators. 1971 Apr. 15-24.
Hession, C harles H. Book reviews. 1972 Apr. 61-62; 1973 Feb.
78-79.
Hickey, Joseph A. A report on State unem ploym ent insurance
laws. 1972 Jan. 40-50.
------. Changes in State unem ploym ent insurance legislation. 1974
Jan. 39-46.
------. State unem ploym ent insurance changes in 1974. 1975 Jan.
38-42.
------. State unem ploym ent insurance laws: status report. 1973 Jan.
37-44.
------. Status report on State unem ploym ent insurance laws. 1971
Jan. 22-30.
Hiestand, Dale L. Book review. 1972 July 58.
Hilaski, Harvey J. How poverty area residents look for work. 1971
Mar. 41-45.
------. Unutilized m anpow er in poverty areas o f six U.S. cities. 1971
Dec. 4 5 -52.
Hildebrand, George H. Unions, devaluation, and foreign trade.
1972 Apr. 15-18.
Hill, J. Eldred, Jr. U.S. im pact on jobless aid and w orkm en’s com ­
pensation. 1974 Apr. 46-48.
Hirshfield, Daniel S. Book reviews. 1971 Jan. 77-78; 1972 May
72-73.
Hodgens, Evan L. Key changes in m ajor pension plans. 1975 July
22-27.
------. Survivor’s pensions: an em erging em ployee benefit. 1973
July 31-34.
Hodgson, Jam es D. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
private sector: Stretching out the duration of labor contracts.
1973 Sept. 54-55.
Hoellering, M ichael F. E xpedited arbitration of labor grievances.
1975 Apr. 51-53.




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H ohenstein, Jeffrey and Charles Ardolini. Measuring productivity
in the Federal G overnm ent. 1974 Nov. 13-20.
Hohn, H erbert M. The Federal role in job safety and health:
Research to determ ine w hat’s dangerous. 1973 Aug. 48-52.
Hollister, Robinson G., Jr. Book review. 1971 Aug. 81-82.
Holt, Charles C. A m anpow er approach to the unem ploym ent-in­
flation dilemma. 1971 May 51-54.
Holt, Jam es S. Book review. 1971 Aug. 82-83.
Hoover, Jam es D. Ja p a n ’s public workers seek to regain the right
to strike. 1973 Feb. 53.
Houff, Jam es N. Im proving area wage survey indexes. 1973 Jan.
52-57.
How enstine, E. Jay. Book review. 1975 Feb. 90-91.
------ . Prefabricated construction: Developm ents abroad. 1972 May
27-36.
------ . Program s for providing winter jobs in construction. 1971
Feb. 24-32.
Hudson, Philip G. Book review. 1975 June 69-70.
H uffstutler, Clyde E. and M artha Farnsw orth Riche. Productivity
in the bakery products industry. 1972 June 25-28.
------ and M ichael M. Broad. Productivity in structural clay
products. 1975 Oct. 29-33.
Huganir, George H. Book reviews. 1971 Apr. 82-83; 1973 Feb.
77-78.
Hunt, E. K. Book review. 1971 July 75-76.
H unter, Holland. Book review. 1972 Dec. 66.
Husted, Frank L. Book review. 1972 July 56-57.
Intriligator, M ichael D. Book review. 1973 July 65-66.
Inzana, John T. The Federal role in job safety and health: The new
survey of occupational injuries and illnesses. 1973 Aug. 53-55.
Jack, H om er W. N onelectrical m achinery industries boost wages
and trim jobs. 1972 July 37-39.
------ . Salaries in the banking industries. 1971 Apr. 57-59.
------ . W ages in paint and varnish m anufacturing. 1972 Feb. 65-66.
------ . W ages in petroleum refining. 1972 May 54-55.
Jaco, Daniel E. and George L. W ilber. Asian Am ericans in the
labor m arket. 1975 July 33-38.
Jaszi, George. Book review. 1972 Aug. 63-65.
Jencks, Clinton E. Book review. 1975 Mar. 80.
Johnson, Florence C. Changes in w orkm en’s com pensation in
1971. 1972 Jan. 51-55.
------ . Changes in w orkm en’s com pensation laws in 1972. 1973 Jan.
45-49.
------ . Changes in w orkm en’s com pensation laws in 1973. 1974 Jan.
32-38.
------ . W orkers’ com pensation laws--changes in 1974. 1975 Jan.
30-37.
Johnson, Harry G. Book review. 1971 June 94-95.
Johnston, Denis F. Book reviews. 1971 Nov. 74-75; 1972 Mar.
6 8 -69, Nov. 71-74; 1973 May 71-72, June 78.
------ . Education of workers: projections to 1990. 1973 Nov.
22-31.
------ . Population and labor force projections. 1973 Dec. 8-17.
------ . The future of work: Three possible alternatives. 1972 May
3-11.
------ . The labor m arket ‘tw ist,’ 1964-69. 1971 July 26-36. 1971
July 26-36.
------ . U.S. labor force: projections to 1990. 1973 July 3-13.
Johnston, William B. Book review. 1975 Aug. 56-57.
------ and Sar A. Levitan. Job redesign, reform , en richm ent-explor­
ing the limitations. 1973 July 35-41.
Jones, Ethel B. and William F. Barnes. M anufacturing quit rates
revisited: a cyclical view of w om en’s quits. 1973 Dec. 53-56.
Juris, Hervey A. Book review. 1971 Jan. 76.
Juster, F. Thomas. Rethinking the allocation of resources in social
research. 1974 June 36-39.
Kacser, Pam ela Haddy. Book review. 1971 Sept. 80-81.
Kagel, John and Sam Kagel. Using two new arbitration techniques.
1972 Nov. 11-14.
Kagel, Sam. Exploring alternative techniques to the strike: Com ­
bining m ediation and arbitration. 1973 Sept. 62-63.
Kahl, Anne. Rom anian earnings data. 1972 Oct. 62-64.

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Kalder, Donald R. Book review. 1973 Dec. 79-80.
Kam erschen, David R. Book review. 1972 Nov. 81-82.
Kanwit, E dm ond L. Book review. 1972 Sept. 84-85.
Kaplan, H. Roy. How d o w orkers view their work in Am erica?
1973 June 46-48.
Kassalow, E verett M. Book review. 1972 Sept. 76-77.
------ . W hat happens when everyone organizes? 1972 Apr. 27-32.
Kaufm an, S tuart Bruce. Book review. 1974 Nov. 73.
Kaun, David E. and W illiam Lentz. O ccupational m igration, dis­
crim ination, and the central city labor force. 1971 Dec. 57-61.
Kaye, Seym our P. Book review. 1973 Nov. 78-79.
Kehrer, B arbara H. Book review. 1973 Dec. 80-81.
Keller, R ichard L. W hite-collar pay in private industry. 1972 Dec.
39-41.
Kelly, Jam es G. Book reviews. 1971 Feb. 81, Nov. 75-76.
Kelly, W illiam J. Book review. 1974 Jan. 88-89.
Kemp, A rthur. Book reviews. 1971 Jan. 78; 1972 Apr. 62-63.
Kemp, H om er R., Jr. Finances and constitution are AFGE conven­
tion issues. 1974 Nov. 5 1 -52.
Kent, Calvin A. Book review. 1972 Sept. 82-83.
Kheel, T heodore W. Exploring alternatives to the strike: Is the
strike outm oded? 1973 Sept. 35-37.
Kilberg, W illiam J. T he FM CS and arbitration: problem s and
prospects. 1971 Apr. 40 -4 5 .
------, T hom as Angelo, L aw rence L orber. G rievance and arbitration
patterns in the Federal service. 1972 Nov. 23-30.
Killingsworth, C harles C. E m ergency disputes and public policy.
1971 Aug. 42-45.
------. M anpow er evaluations: vulnerable but useful. 1975 Apr.
48-51.
King, Sandra L. Incentive and tim e pay in auto dealer repair shops.
1975 Sept. 45-48.
------ . O ccupational pay and benefits in electric and gas utilities.
1974 Nov. 53-54.
------ . O ccupational pay and benefits in the milk industry. 1975
May 57-59.
------ . W age differences narrow betw een governm ent and private
hospitals. 1974 Apr. 56-57.
Kingston, Jerry L. and Paul L. Burgess. The effect of health on du­
ration of unem ploym ent. 1974 Apr. 53-54.
K irkpatrick, Jam es J. Book review. 1974 Feb. 81-82.
Kleiler, Frank M. Regulation of private pension plans in Europe.
1971 Apr. 33-39.
Klein, D eborah Pisetzner. Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent in the
first half of 1975. 1975 Aug. 11-13.
------ . Exploring the adequacy o f em ploym ent. 1973 Oct. 3-9.
------ . G athering data on residents of poverty areas. 1975 Feb.
3 8 -4 4 ..
------ . W om en in the labor force: the m iddle years. 1975 Nov.
10-16.
------ and Daniel S. W hipple. E m ploym ent in agriculture: a profile.
1974 Apr. 28-32.
Klein, John J. Book review. 1972 Feb. 85-86.
Kline, Sheldon M. M em bership in labor unions and employee as­
sociations, 1972. 1974 Aug. 67-69.
------ . Strike benefits of national unions. 1975 M ar. 17-23.
------. United Autom obile W orkers’ 23d constitutional convention.
1972 July 32-34.
Klitgaard, R obert. The dual labor m arket and m anpow er policy.
1971 Nov. 45-48.
Knobloch, Merv. L abor and the econom y in 1971. 1972 Jan.
15-27.
Knowles, Jam es W. Book reviews. 1971 Jan. 75-76; 1972 Oct.
78-79.
Koch, Jam es V. Book review. 1975 Dec. 6 7 -68.
K onstant, Raym ond. Job vacancies in 1970. 1971 Feb. 20-21.
Koot, Ronald S. Book review. 1971 O ct. 80-81.
Kraseman, Thom as W. Statistics and analysis. 1973 Jan. 58-59.
Krinsky, Edw ard B. Book review. 1973 Dec. 81-82.
Krislov, Joseph. NLRB petitions that are dismissed or withdrawn.
1971 June 71-72.
------, John F. M ead, J. F. B. G oodm an. A ttitudes tow ard m edia­
tion: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975 Jan. 55-59.
Kunkel, John H. Book review. 1971 Sept. 83-84.




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K utscher, Ronald E. Book review. 1973 Oct. 76-80.
------ . Projections of GNP, incom e, output, and employm ent. 1973
Dec. 27-42.
------ and C harles T. Bowman. Industrial use of petroleum : effect
on em ploym ent. 1974 Mar. 3-8.
L aden, Ben E. Book review. 1975 Mar. 79-80.
Laffer, Kingsley. Com pulsory arbitration: The Australian ex­
perience. 1972 May 45-48.
Lam pm an, R obert J. Reflections on a productivity rule for a
university’s budget. 1974 Sept. 30-33.
L andon, John and William Peirce. Discrimination monopsony, and
union pow er in the building trades. 1972 Apr. 24-26.
Larson, David and L ena W. Bolton. C alendar of wage increases
and negotiations for 1973. 1973 Jan. 3-16.
Layng, W. John and Toshiko N akayam a. Anatomy of price change
in 1970. 1971 Feb. 38-41.
Leahy, William H. Book review. 1972 Feb. 87-88.
L eathers, C harles G. Book review. 1975 Jan. 86-87.
L echt, L eonard A. Book review. 1971 Oct. 81-82.
Lee, Roy F. Book reviews. 1973 Oct. 75-76; 1974 June 83-84.
Leigh, Duane E. and V. Lane Rawlins. On the stability of relative
black-white unem ploym ent. 1973 May 30-32.
Lentz, William and David E. Kaun. O ccupational m igration, dis­
crim ination, and the central city labor force. 1971 Dec. 57-61.
Lerm an, R obert I. Book review. 1973 Sept. 91-92.
Lev, Edward. T ranscripts as chastening rods in labor arbitration.
1974 Oct. 55-56.
Levine, C harles H. Book review. 1973 July 68-70.
Levine, R obert A. Book review. 1971 Aug. 80-81.
Levine, Solomon B. Book review. 1971 Nov. 82-83.
Levitan, Sar A. Job Corps experience with m anpow er training.
1975 Oct. 3-11.
------ and R obert Taggart. Em ploym ent and earnings inadequacy: a
m easure of w orker welfare. 1973 Oct. 19-27.
------ and R obert T aggart III. Has the blue-collar w orker’s position
worsened? 1971 Sept. 23-29.
------ and R obert Taggart. The Emergency Employm ent Act: An in­
terim assessment. 1972 June 3-11.
— and William B. Johnston. Job redesign, reform , enrichm ent—
ex­
ploring the lim itations. 1973 July 35-41.
Levy, David A. State labor legislation enacted in 1973. 1974 Jan.
2 2 - 31.
------ . State labor legislation enacted in 1974. 1975 Jan. 17-29.
Lewin, David. Book review. 1973 Feb. 71-72.
Lewis, W ilfred, Jr. Econom ic policy and inflation in the 1960’s—
a
review essay. 1973 Nov. 49-52.
Lieberm an, Myron. Book review. 1972 Dec. 55-56.
Liebes, Richard A. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
private sector: Partisan m ediation by the central labor council.
1973 Sept. 55-56.
Liebow, Elliot. Book review. 1974 O ct. 81.
Light, Ivan H. Book review. 1972 July 61-62.
L ippitt, G ordon L. Book review. 1972 July 62.
Litsas, John. W hat subcontractors pay construction workers. 1972
Sept. 57-59.
Lloyd, R. G rann. Book review. 1974 July 79.
Lobel, Ira B. and Jerom e T. Barrett. Public sector strikes—
legisla­
tive and court treatm ent. 1974 Sept. 19-22.
Long, N orton E. Book review. 1973 Mar. 81-82.
L operena, Ernesto. Book review. 1972 Dec. 56-57.
L orber, Law rence, W illiam J. Kilberg, Thom as Angelo. Grievance
and arbitration patterns in the Federal service. 1972 Nov.
2 3 - 30.
Lowe, Eugene T. Book review. 1974 July 77-78.
Low enstern, Henry. Adjusting wages to living costs: a historical
note. 1974 July 21-26.
Lubersky, William F. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
public sector: V ariations in third-party decisionm aking. 1973
Sept. 44-46.
Ludwig, Larry and R obert Ball. L abor requirem ents for construc­
tion of single-family houses. 1971 Sept. 12-14.
Lukasiewicz, John M. Employm ent in the atom ic energy field.
1971 Oct. 51-54.

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L undberg, Craig C. Book reviews. 1972 Apr. 66-67; 1975 Jan.
87-88.
Lunden, Leon E. AFL-CIO focuses on econom ic woes, farm w or­
kers, and w om en’s rights. 1975 Dec. 42-46.
------. Book reviews. 1971 July 74-75; 1972 Mar. 71-72.
------. International Association of Fire Fighters convention. 1972
Oct. 52-55.
Lurie, Bruce. Book review. 1972 Dec. 69-70.
Lyle, Jerolyn R. Book review. 1974 Nov. 72-73.
------. Factors affecting the job status of w orkers with Spanish sur­
names. 1973 Apr. 10-16.
Lythgoe, R. F. On improving arbitration: the transcript traum a.
1974 June 47-50.
Mabry, Bevars D. Book review. 1972 Oct. 86-87.
M cCarthy, Jam es E. C ontrasting experiences with trade adjustm ent
assistance. 1975 June 25-30.
M cCarty, Donald J. Book review. 1971 Mar. 84.
M cDougall, V ernon S. Book review. 1973 Dec. 83-84.
M cEaddy, Beverly Johnson. Educational attainm ent of workers,
M arch 1974. 1975 Feb. 64-69.
------. W om en in the labor force: the later years. 1975 Nov. 17-24.
------ and Elizabeth W aldm an. W here wom en w ork— analysis by
an
industry and occupation. 1974 May 3-13.
------and Kathryn R. Gover. Job situation o f V ietnam -era veterans.
1974 Aug. 17-26.
M cFarland, Dalton E. Book reviews. 1971 Oct. 82; 1974 June
82-83.
M clntire, R obert J. and C urtis L. Gilroy. Job losers, leavers, and
entrants: a cyclical analysis. 1974 Nov. 35-39.
McKay, R oberta V. C om m uting patterns of inner-city residents.
1973 Nov. 43-48.
------. E m ploym ent and unem ploym ent am ong A m ericans of
Spanish origin. 1974 Apr. 12-16.
------. Job training program s in urban poverty areas. 1971 Aug.
36-41.
M acLaury, Judson. A se n a to r’s reaction to report on working
women and children. 1975 O ct. 36-38.
------. The selection of the first U.S. Com m issioner of Labor. 1975
Apr. 16-19.
------and Jonathan Grossm an. The creation o f the Bureau of Labor
Statistics. 1975 Feb. 25-31.
M cNichols, Charles W. and T. Roger Manley. A ttitudes of Federal
scientists and engineers tow ard unions. 1975 Apr. 57-60.
McNulty, Paul J. Book review. 1974 M ar. 61-62.
M acut, John H. M easuring productivity under a 4-day week. 1974
Apr. 55-56.
Macy, John W ., Jr. Book review. 1972 Dec. 54-55.
M adden, Janice F. Book review. 1975 Nov. 83-84.
M andilovitch, M artha S. Baldi de, R obert P. Quinn, Thom as W.
M angione. Evaluating working conditions in Am erica. 1973 Nov.
32-41.
M angione, Thom as W., M artha S. Baldi de M andilovitch, Robert
P. Quinn. Evaluating working conditions in Am erica. 1973 Nov.
32-41.
Manley, T. Roger and C harles W. M cNichols. A ttitudes of Federal
scientists and engineers tow ard unions. 1975 Apr. 57-60.
M ark, Jerom e A. Productivity and costs in the private econom y,
1974. 1975 June 3-8.
------. Progress in m easuring productivity in governm ent. 1972 Dec.
3-6.
Markin, Rom J. Book reviews. 1972 June 71, Dec. 70-71.
Mason, Sandra L. C om paring union and nonunion wages in m anu­
facturing. 1971 May 20-26.
------. W ages in paperboard container and box plants. 1971 Aug.
63-64.
M atera, V incent L. C onsent decree on seniority in the steel indus­
try. 1975 Mar. 43-46.
Maurizi, Alex R. Book review. 1974 July 78-79.
Mead, John F., J. F. B. G oodm an, Joseph Krislov. A ttitudes
toward m ediation: U.S., G reat Britain, and Ireland. 1975 Jan.
55-59.
M einers, Mark R., Toshiko N akayam a, Richard C. Bahr. New con­
sum er price indexes by size o f city. 1972 Aug. 3-8.




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M elcher, Arlyn J. Book review. 1971 Apr. 82.
M ellor, Earl F. Book review. 1973 Jan. 81-82.
------ and Paul M. Ryscavage. Econom ic situation of Spanish A m er­
icans. 1973 Apr. 3-9.
M endelssohn, R udolph C. The developm ent and uses of Table
Producing Language. 1975 Feb. 74-75.
Michaelis, M ichael. Book review. 1972 Sept. 75-76.
M ichelotti, Kopp. Em ploym ent of high school graduates and
dropouts, O ctober 1973. 1974 Sept. 48-52.
------ . Multiple jobholders in May 1975. 1975 Nov. 56-62.
------ . Multiple jobholding, May 1973. 1974 May 64-68.
------ . Young workers: in school and out. 1973 Sept. 11-15.
------ and Anne M. Young. W ork experience of the population in
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.
------ and Howard V. Hayghe. Multiple jobholding in 1970 and
1971. 1971 Oct. 38-45.
------ and Kathryn R. Gover. Employm ent situation of Vietnam Era
veterans. 1972 Dec. 7-15.
M ichelson, Stephen. Book review. 1975 July 63-64.
M ier, R obert, Jean-Ellen Giblin, Thom as Vietorisz. Subem ploy­
m ent: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May 3-12.
M iernyk, William H. Book review. 1971 Feb. 79-80.
M ilkovich, George T. Book reviews. 1974 Feb. 84-85, Nov.
84-85.
Millen, Bruce H. Book review. 1974 Mar. 63-64.
Miller, H erm an P. M easuring subem ploym ent in poverty areas of
large U.S. cities. 1973 Oct. 10-18.
Miller, R obert W. Book review. 1975 June 71-72.
Mills, D. Quinn. Problem s in form ulating a general pay standard.
1974 Mar. 31-34.
M incer, Jacob. Determ ining who are the ‘hidden unem ployed.’
1973 Mar. 27-30.
M ire, Joseph. E uropean w orkers’ participation in management.
1973 Feb. 9-15.
------ . Improving working life—
the role of European unions. 1974
Sept. 3-11.
------ . W orkers’ m orale in Japan. 1975 June 49-53.
M itchell, Daniel J. B. A furor over working children and the Bu­
reau o f Labor. 1975 Oct. 34-36.
------ and Ross Azevedo. Pay Board assessment of wage controls.
1973 Apr. 21-23.
M itchell, V ance F. Book review. 1974 Feb. 84.
M ittelbach, Frank G. Book review. 1972 Mar. 70-71.
M onson, Paul and Toshiko Nakayam a. CPI rises at annual rate of
10.9 percent in second quarter of 1974. 1974 Sept. 34-38.
------ and Toshiko N akayam a. Food and fuel prices continue to in­
crease in third quarter. 1975 Dec. 37-41.
------ and Toshiko Nakayam a. Price increases accelerated in first
quarter of 1974. 1974 June 51-55.
------ and Toshiko N akayam a. Price increases slow down in first
quarter o f 1975. 1975 June 36-41.
------ and Toshiko N akayam a. Prices for food and fuels accelerate
in second quarter. 1975 Sept. 35-39.
------ and Toshiko N akayam a. Prices in the third quarter of 1974.
1974 Dec. 43-46.
------ , Toshiko Nakayam a, Lloyd E. W igren. Price changes in 1973-an analysis. 1974 Feb. 15-25.
------ , Toshiko Nakayam a, Lloyd E. W igren. Price changes in 1974-an analysis. 1975 Feb. 15-24.
M ood, Alexander, M. Book review. 1972 Nov. 74-75.
M oore, Edgar W. Book review. 1972 May 74-75.
M oore, Geoffrey H. and Janice N eipert Hedges. Trends in labor
and leisure. 1971 Feb. 3-11.
------ and Maxine Stewart. New developm ents in labor statistics.
1972 Mar. 3-13.
M organ, Jam es N. How useful is the cross-section sample survey?
1972 Feb. 3-10.
M orris, Jam es O. Book reviews. 1973 Jan. 78-79; 1974 Apr.
84-85.
M orrison, O scar F. South Africa seeks to improve work conditions
for black workers. 1974 July 59-60.
------ . W age differentials betw een U.S. and Canada. 1975 Apr.
67-68.
M orton, H erbert C. Book review. 1975 Aug. 52-53.

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Moser, Max. Book review. 1972 Mar. 69-70.
Moskow, M ichael H. W age-price restraints in construction. 1971
Sept. 46-47.
Moy, Joyanna and C onstance Sorrentino. U nem ploym ent in nine
industrial nations, 1973-75. 1975 June 9 -18.
------ and C onstance Sorrentino. U nem ploym ent in the United
States and eight foreign countries. 1974 Jan. 47-52.
M oylan, M aurice. E m ploym ent in the atom ic energy field. 1972
Sept. 47-49.
------. E m ploym ent in the atom ic energy field, 1973. 1974 Sept.
23-27.
Murphy, Edward E. and Jorge F. Perez-Lopez. T rends in U.S. ex­
port prices and OPEC oil prices. 1975 Nov. 36-43.
Myers, G eorge C. M igration and the labor force. 1974 Sept.
12-16.
Nakayam a, Toshiko. A natom y of price change: the second quarter,
1971. 1971 Oct. 55-58.
------. A natom y of price change: the third quarter, 1971. 1971 Dec.
62-65.
------ . Food prices account for m uch of rise in 3d quarter 1973.
1973 Dec. 61-65.
------. Price change in 1971: rate of inflation slows down. 1972
Feb. 4 0 -47.
------ . Price changes in the first quarter, 1972, and the econom ic
stabilization program . 1972 June 41-45.
------ . Price changes in the second quarter o f 1972. 1972 Sept.
50-54.
------. Price changes in the third quarter of 1972. 1972 Dec. 31-35.
------ . Price increases accelerate in first quarter 1973. 1973 June
50-54.
------ . Second quarter price pressures bring freeze, Phase 4. 1973
Sept. 69-73.
------ and Diane W arsky. M easuring regional price change in urban
areas. 1973 Oct. 34-38.
------ and John W. Layng. A natom y of price change in 1970. 1971
Feb. 38-41.
------and Paul M onson. CPI rises at annual rate of 10.9 percent in
second q u arter of 1974. 1974 Sept. 34-38.
------ and Paul M onson. Food and fuel prices continue to increase
in third quarter. 1975 Dec. 37-41.
------ and Paul M onson. Price increases accelerated in first quarter
of 1974. 1974 June 51-55.
------ and Paul M onson. Price increases slow down in first quarter
of 1975. 1975 June 36-41.
------ and Paul M onson. Prices for food and fuels accelerate in
second quarter. 1975 Sept. 35-39.
------ and Paul Monson. Prices in the third quarter of 1974. 1974
Dec. 4 3 -46.
------ and Richard C. Bahr. New CPI by size of city shows larger in­
creases in big areas. 1973 M ar. 55-57.
------ , Lloyd E. W igren, Paul M onson. Price changes in 1973—
an
analysis. 1974 Feb. 15-25.
------ , Lloyd E. W igren, Paul M onson. Price changes in 1974—
an
analysis. 1975 Feb. 15-24.
------ . R ichard C. Bahr, M ark R. M einers. New consum er price in­
dexes by size of city. 1972 Aug. 3-8.
Nash, E dm und. Purchasing pow er of w orkers in the Soviet Union.
1971 May 39-45.
------. Soviet T rade Union Congress urged to increase m em bers’
productivity. 1972 Aug. 4 9 -50.
------ . U.S.S.R. econom ic and labor d ata for 1971. 1972 Oct.
61-62.
Naughton, Kathleen. C haracteristics o f jobless engineers. 1972
Oct. 16-21.
Neary, H. Jam es. The BLS pilot survey of training in industry.
1974 Feb. 26-32.
Neef, A rthur. Book review. 1974 Apr. 83-84.
------. Unit labor costs in eleven countries. 1971 Aug. 3-12.
------. Unit labor costs in the U.S. and 10 oth er nations, 1960-71.
1972 July 3-8.
------ and Patricia Capdevielle. Productivity and unit labor cost in
the U nited States and abroad. 1975 July 28-32.




M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
------ and Patricia Capdevielle. Productivity and unit labor costs in
12 industrial countries. 1973 Nov. 14-21.
Nelson, Ralph L. Book review. 1971 Sept. 78-79.
Nelson, Richard R. A m erican Federation of T eachers 56th annual
convention. 1972 O ct. 55-56.
------ . Assembly of G overnm ental Employees stresses professional­
ism. 1973 Nov. 56-57.
------ . Collective bargaining agreem ents in the Federal service.
1973 Sept. 76-78.
------ and Jam es L. Doster. City employee representation and bar­
gaining policies. 1972 Nov. 43-50.
Niland, John R. Book review. 1971 Nov. 80-81.
Norsworthy, J. Randolph and Law rence J. Fulco. Productivity and
costs in perspective. 1975 Nov. 44-48.
------ and L. J. Fulco. Productivity and costs in the private econo­
my, 1973. 1974 June 3-9.
Norw ood, Janet L. Cost-of-living escalation of pensions. 1972 June
21-24.
O berm eyer, Pete. Book review. 1972 July 58-59.
O ’Carroll, Lloyd T. Technology and m anpow er in nonelectrical
m achinery. 1971 June 56-62.
O ’C onnor, Charles M. Wages and tips in restaurants and hotels.
1971 July 47-51.
O kun, A rthur M. T hree pitfalls for presidential advisers. 1974 Mar.
43-44.
Oliver, Richard P. Em ploym ent effects of reduced defense spend­
ing. 1971 Dec. 3-11.
Orlans, Harold. Book review. 1973 Apr. 82-84.
O rr, John A. Book review. 1973 Oct. 75.
O ’T oole, Jam es. Book review. 1975 M ar. 77-78.
O tto, Phyllis Flohr. Productivity in the copper rolling and drawing
industry. 1975 Dec. 27-30.
Palm, Thom as. Book review. 1973 M ar. 83.
Palom ba, Neil A. Book reviews. 1973 Aug. 93; 1974 Mar. 73;
1975 Oct. 72.
Parnes, H erbert S. Book reviews. 1971 May 82-83; 1973 Oct.
71-72.
------ . Longitudinal surveys: prospects and problems. 1972 Feb.
11-15.
Parpart, Jane L. Book review. 1975 June 70-71.
Parrish, John B. W om en in professional training. 1974 May 41-43.
------ . W om en in professional training—
an update. 1975 Nov.
49-51.
P a trick , H ugh . B o o k rev iew . 1975 M ar. 7 8 - 7 9 .

Patten, Thom as H. Jr. Book review. 1971 May 83-84.
Pearce, Alan. Book review. 1974 Apr. 78-79.
Peirce, William and John Landon. Discrimination, m onopsony, and
union power in the building trades. 1972 Apr. 24-26.
Pepson, R obert P. Job vacancies, hires, quits, and layoffs in m anu­
facturing, 1972. 1973 Apr. 66-67.
Perez-Lopez, Jorge F. and Edward E. Murphy. Trends in U.S. ex­
port prices and OPEC oil prices. 1975 Nov. 36-43.
Perline, M artin M. and Ronald W. Presley. Mobility of unem ­
ployed engineers: a case study. 1973 May 41-43.
Perloff, Stephen H. Com paring m unicipal salaries with industry
and Federal pay. 1971 Oct. 46-50.
Perrella, V era C. Em ploym ent of recent college graduates. 1973
Feb. 41-50.
------ . Students and sum m er jobs. 1971 Feb. 55-62.
------ . Young w orkers and their earnings. 1971 July 3-11.
Perry, George L. Inflation versus unem ploym ent: the worsening
trade-off. 1971 Feb. 68-71.
Personick, M artin E. Earnings rise as em ploym ent dips in petrole­
um and gas production. 1973 Aug. 68-69.
------ . M eat departm ent workers register top wage rates in grocery
stores. 1973 May 4 7 -49.
------ . O ccupational structure of grocery w orker wages in large ci­
ties. 1975 Feb. 72-74.
------ . O ccupational wages and benefits in departm ent stores. 1975
Apr. 61-64.
------ . Shorter workw eeks dam pen earnings gains in contract clean­
ing services. 1973 M ar. 53-55.

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------ . Union a n d nonunion pay patterns in construction. 1974 Aug.
72-75.
------. Wage differentials in the building trades. 1974 Oct. 64-66.
---- and A lbert E. Schwenk. Analyzing earnings differentials in In­
dustry Wage Surveys. 1974 June 56-59.
Peterm ann, Lester L. Fringe benefits of urban workers. 1971 Nov.
41-44.
Peters, Nicholas I. and Paul O. Flaim. Usual weekly earnings of
A m erican workers. 1972 M ar. 28-38.
Peterson, Bill. Book review. 1972 Aug. 74-75.
Peterson, William H. Book review. 1973 Jan. 76-77.
Pfouts, Ralph W. Book review. 1973 Nov. 76-77.
Piore, M ichael J. Im pact o f im m igration on the labor force. 1975
May 4 1 -44.
Pointer, Dennis D. and Harry G raham . R ecognition, negotiation,
and work stoppages in hospitals. 1971 May 54-58.
Polenberg, Richard. Book review. 1973 Feb. 73-74.
Polland, Harry. Exploring alternative techniques to the strike:
M ediation- arbitration: a trade union view. 1973 Sept. 63-65.
Pollard, W illiam E. The need for conciliation under Title VII. 1975
M ar. 4 8 -50.
Popkin, Joel. Prices in 1972: an analysis of changes during Phase
2. 1973 Feb. 16-23.
Porter, Felice. W hite-collar pay rises 9 percent. 1975 Oct. 52-54.
Power, Jam es F. Im proving arbitration: role of parties and agen­
cies. 1972 Nov. 15-22.
Presley, R onald W. and M artin M. Perline. Mobility o f unem ­
ployed engineers: a case study. 1973 May 41-43.
Preston, Lee E. Book review. 1972 Nov. 79-80.
Prim eaux, W alter J., Jr., and D alton E. Brannen. Why few arbitra­
tors are deem ed acceptable. 1975 Sept. 27-30.
Prybyla, Jan S. Book review. 1973 O ct. 74-75.
Ptacek, Frank and Richard C. Bahr. Southern cities again paced
consum er price rise in 1974. 1975 May 53-57.
Purcell, T heodore V., S.J. Book review. 1974 Jan. 82-84.
Q uarles, Benjam in. Book review. 1973 Dec. 77-78.
Quigley, D ennis F. Changes in selected health care plans. 1975
Dec. 22-26.
Quinn, R obert P. Book review. 1975 Oct. 70-72.
------ and Neal Q. H errick. W orking conditions survey as a source
of social indicators. 1971 Apr. 15-24.
------, T hom as W. M angione, M artha S. Baldi de M andilovitch.
Evaluating working conditions in A m erica. 1973 Nov. 32-41.
Rabinovitz, Francine F. Book review. 1972 Dec. 67-68.
Radom , M atthew. Book review. 1971 Nov. 72-73.
Raphael, Edna E. Book review. 1975 Nov. 85-86.
------ . W orking women and their m em bership in labor unions. 1974
May 27-33.
Rasm ussen, D ana. Book review. 1973 Sept. 94-95.
Rawlins, V. Lane and Duane E. Leigh. On the stability of relative
black-white unem ploym ent. 1973 May 30-32.
Ray, R obert N. A report on self-em ployed A m ericans in 1973.
1975 Jan. 49-54.
Raymond, Richard. Book review. 1971 Feb. 80-81.
Rechel, Ralph E. Book review. 1972 Jan. 87-89.
Rees, A lbert. Statistical needs for setting policy. 1971 Sept. 43-45.
Rehmus, C harles M. Binding arbitration in the public sector. 1975
Apr. 53-56.
------. Is a ‘final offer’ ever final? 1974 Sept. 43-45.
Reis, A lexander J. T hree years of OSHA: the view from within.
1975 M ar. 35-36.
Reubens, B eatrice G. Book review. 1975 M ar. 76-77.
------. M anpow er training in Japan. 1973 Sept. 16-24.
Riche, M artha Farnsw orth. Book reviews. 1972 Oct. 85-86; 1973
Aug. 93-94.
------and Clyde E. Huffstutler. Productivity in the bakery products
industry. 1972 June 25-28.
------ and R obert S. Robinowitz. Productivity in the ready-mixed
concrete industry. 1973 May 12-15.
Ridzon, Donald S. O ccupational pay in shirt m anufacturing. 1973
Jan. 60-61.
------. W ages and productivity rise as em ploym ent falls in cigar
plants. 1973 June 56-57.




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------ . W ages in cigarette m anufacturing. 1972 Mar. 54-55.
------ . W ages in fertilizer plants. 1972 Aug. 40-41.
------ . W ages in synthetic fibers m anufacturing. 1971 Nov. 55-56.
Rieg, Mary Kay. C utting room tops pay scale in suit and coat
m anufacturing. 1974 May 69-73.
------ . Price hikes dam pen wage gains for transit employees. 1974
July 55-56.
------ . Union pay rates in the printing industry. 1975 Sept. 43-45.
------ . Union wage rates o f transit employees. 1975 July 47-48.
------ . W age gains in the printing industry. 1975 Feb. 69-71.
Rivlin, Alice M. Social experim ents: their uses and limitations.
1974 June 28-35.
Robbins, Anthony. The physician’s role in hospital m anagem ent.
1971 Apr. 61-62.
R oberts, Benjamin C. Social cost o f bargaining: A European per­
spective. 1971 Aug. 56-59.
R oberts, Joan L. Book review. 1972 Dec. 57-61.
R obertson, N orm an and K. Ian Sams. The new legal fram ework for
B ritain’s industrial relations. 1972 Mar. 48-52.
Robinowitz, R obert S. and M artha Farnsw orth Riche. Productivity
in the ready-m ixed concrete industry. 1973 May 12-15.
Robinson, D erek. W age-price controls and income policies. 1974
M ar. 34-39.
Robinson, Jerald F. Book review. 1974 June 79-80.
Rock, Eli. Unions and local government: A review essay. 1972
Apr. 33-36.
Rockafellow, R obert. Book review. 1971 Apr. 81.
Roessner, J. David and Gloria Shaw Hamilton. How employers
screen disadvantaged job applicants. 1972 Sept. 14-21.
Rogers, John M. Retired couple’s budgets updated to autum n
1974. 1975 Oct. 42-46.
Rogers, Rolf E. Book review. 1972 July 65.
Room kin, M yron and Gary B. Hansen. Lessons for Am erican ap­
prenticeship from foreign innovations. 1975 May 47-48.
------ and G erald G. Somers. Developing reliable data on training in
industry. 1974 Feb. 33-37.
Rose, Jane A. and Charles J. Colem an. Bank unionization: status
and prospects. 1975 Oct. 38-41.
Rose, Joseph B. W hat factors influence union representation elec­
tions? 1972 Oct. 49-51.
Rosegger, G erhard. Book review. 1975 Aug. 55-56.
Rosen, Benson. Book review. 1971 Oct. 78.
Rosen, Carol Ann. Book review. 1973 July 70-71.
------ . Hidden unem ploym ent and related issues (a bibliography).
1973 Mar. 31-37.
Rosenberg, G eorge S. Book review. 1972 July 57-58.
Rosenblum , M arc. D iscouraged w orkers and unemploym ent. 1974
Sept. 28-33.
------ . On the accuracy of labor force projections. 1972 Oct. 22-29.
Rosenfeld, Carl. Jobseeking m ethods used by Am erican workers.
1975 Aug. 39-42.
------ and Kathryn R. Gover. Employm ent of school-age youth.
1972 Aug. 25-30.
Rosenthal, Neal H. Projected changes in occupations. 1973 Dec.
18-26.
Rosow, Jerom e M. W ork requirem ents in welfare and unemploy­
m ent insurance. 1973 Apr. 56-57.
Ross, Philip. Book review. 1971 Aug. 78-79.
------ . NLRB’s regulation of union job control. 1971 Mar. 59-62.
R ottenberg, Simon. Book review. 1974 July 81-82.
Ruggles, Richard. R eport of the Commission on Federal Statisticsa review essay. 1972 Sept. 29-32.
Ruiz, Elizabeth. Spring 1970 cost estim ates for urban family
budgets. 1971 Jan. 59-61.
------ . U rban family budgets updated to autum n 1971. 1972 June
46-50.
Rush, Thom as P. and Andrew M. Sum. The geographic structure
of unem ploym ent rates. 1975 Mar. 3-9.
Rutm an, G ilbert L. Book reviews. 1971 Oct. 82-83; 1972 June
72-73.
R uttan, V ernon W. Book review. 1972 Sept. 85-86.
Ryder, Thom as S. and Lyle R. Schauer. New approach to occupa­
tional safety and health statistics. 1972 Mar. 14-19.
Ryniker, Richard C. Book review. 1971 Nov. 83-84.

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Ryscavage, Paul M. Annual earnings o f household heads. 1975
Aug. 14-21.
------. M easuring union-nonunion earnings differences. 1974 Dec.
3-9.
------ and Earl F. Mellor. Econom ic situation of Spanish A m er­
icans. 1973 Apr. 3-9.
------ and R obert L. Stein. M easuring annual earnings of household
heads in production jobs. 1974 Apr. 3-11.
Sackley, A rthur and T hom as W. G avett. Blue-collar/w hite-collar
pay trends: Analysis o f occupational wage differences. 1971
June 5-12.
Sackm an, Harold. Book review. 1972 Feb. 83-84.
Sackrey, Charles. Book review. 1973 M ar. 76-78.
Salkever, David S. Book review. 1972 Aug. 71.
Sams, K. Ian and N orm an R obertson. The new legal fram ew ork for
B ritain’s industrial relations. 1972 Mar. 48-52.
Sam uels, N orm an J. New hourly earnings index. 1971 M ar. 3-8.
Samuels, Sheldon W. Book review. 1972 June 71-72.
Sandm an, L eonard. Israel’s labor federation: a look at its current
status. 1975 Nov. 69-71.
Saunders, N orm an C. and Donald P. Eldridge. Em ploym ent and
exports, 1963-72. 1973 Aug. 16-27.
Schauer, Lyle R. and T hom as S. Ryder. New approach to occupa­
tional safety and health statistics. 1972 M ar. 14-19.
Scheible, Paul L. C hanges in em ployee com pensation, 1966 to
1972. 1975 Mar. 10-16.
Schlenker, R obert E. and Gary L, Appel. Analysis of M ichigan’s
experience with work incentives. 1971 Sept. 15-22.
Schm itt, Raym ond and Peter Henle. Pension reform : the long, hard
road to enactm ent. 1974 Nov. 3-12.
Schm ude, Douglas and R ichard Dempsey. O ccupational im pact of
defense expenditures. 1971 Dec. 12-15.
Schnore, Leo F. Book review. 1971 Apr. 84-85.
Schram m , Carl J. D eveloping language on alcoholism in laborm anagem ent contracts. 1975 June 57.
Schultz, Jam es. Book review. 1973 Oct. 69-71.
Schwab, Paul M. Two m easures of purchasing power contrasted.
1971 Apr. 3-14.
------ and Paul O. Flaim. C hanges in em ploym ent and unem ploy­
m ent in 1970. 1971 Feb. 12-23.
Schwenk, A lbert E. Earnings differences in m achinery m anufactur­
ing. 1974 July 38-47.
------ and M artin E. Personick. Analyzing earnings differentials in
industry wage surveys. 1974 June 56-59.
------ and W illiam R. Bailey. Em ployer expenditures for private
retirem ent and insurance plans. 1972 July 15-19.
------ and W illiam R. Bailey. W age differences among m anufactur­
ing establishm ents. 1971 May 16-19.
Scitovsky, T ibor. Book review. 1971 May 79.
Searle, Allan D. Tow ard com prehensive m easurem ent of prices.
1971 M ar. 9-22.
Seashore, Stanley E. Book review. 1971 July 70-71.
Segal, Lydia, Jack A lterm an, George M. von Furstenberg. Tax ef­
fects in m easures o f econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.
Seidman, Bert. ILO accom plishm ents—
organized lab o r’s view. 1975
May 37-39.
------. W elfare reform should m ean the welfare of children. 1973
Apr. 57-59.
Seidman, Joel. Book reviews. 1972 May 80-81; 1973 May 67-68.
Selden, Richard T. Book review. 1971 Feb. 81-82.
Servin, M anuel P. Book review. 1971 Feb. 82-83.
Seym our, Sally. The Federal role in job safety and health: Forging
a partnership with the States. 1973 Aug. 28-34.
Shanker, A lbert L. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the public
sector: W hy teachers need the right to strike. 1973 Sept. 48-51.
Sharm an, Ben. M ultinational corporations and trade unions. 1973
Aug. 56-58.
Sharp, Laure M. Book review. 1971 Nov. 73-74.
Sheahan, John. Book review. 1971 Sept. 77-78.
Sheehan, John J. OSH A and State job safety plans. 1974 Apr.
44-46.
Sheifer, V ictor J. Em ploym ent Cost Index: a m easure of change in
the ‘price o f labor.’ 1975 July 3-12.




M ONTH LY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
------ . New m easures o f wage-rate change. 1974 Dec. 10-15.
------ . Reconciling L abor D epartm ent and stabilization agency wage
data. 1973 Apr. 24-30.
Shelton, William C. Book review. 1975 Aug. 57-58.
Sheppard, Harold L. Asking the right questions on job satisfaction.
1973 Apr. 51-52.
------ . Book review. 1971 Apr. 77-78.
------ . D iscontented blue-collar w orkers— case study. 1971 Apr.
a
25-32.
Sherwood, M ark K. Family budgets and geographic differences in
price levels. 1975 Apr. 8-15.
------ . R etired cou p le’s budgets updated to autum n 1973. 1974 Oct.
47-61.
Shiskin, Julius. U pdating the Consum er Price Index— overview.
an
1974 July 3-20.
------ and R obert L. Stein. Problems in m easuring unemploym ent.
1975 Aug. 3-10.
Siegel, Irving H. Book reviews. 1972 Sept. 77-78; 1974 Oct. 83.
Siegel, Jacob P. Book review. 1975 Apr. 82.
Silver, Susan. W om en in the workplace: a variety of viewpoints.
1974 May 85.
Silvestri, George T. Experim ental survey of occupations in m etal­
working. 1971 Oct. 18-20.
------ . O ccupational em ploym ent survey in printing and publishing.
1971 Nov. 56-58.
Simkin, William E. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
private sector: Lim itations of arms-length or adversary arbitra­
tion. 1973 Sept. 56-57.
Simpkins, Edward. T he work ethic is not enough. 1973 Apr.
59-60.
Simpson, Karl F., Jr. Book review. 1971 Apr. 79-80.
Siniscalco, Gary R. E ffect of the G ardner-D enver case on Title VII
disputes. 1975 M ar. 46-48.
Siskind, Frederic B. Labor force participation of m en, 24-54, by
race. 1975 July 40-42.
Skotzko, Eugene. ‘Significant Decisions in Labor C ases,’ each
m onth.
Slevin, Dennis P. Book review. 1972 Jan. 84-85.
Slezak, Lester. Effects of changes in paym ent system on produc­
tivity in Sweden. 1973 Mar. 51-52.
Slobodow, Arien J. M otor vehicles and occupational injuries in
New York State. 1974 Dec. 57-61.
Small, Sylvia S. Statistical effect of work-training program s on the
unem ploym ent rate. 1972 Sept. 7-13.
Smith, Charles H., Jr. ILO accom plishm ents—
the U.S. em ployers’
view. 1975 May 40-41.
Smith, Clifford E. Book review. 1971 Sept. 79-80.
Smith, David C. Book review. 1972 Jan. 84.
Smith, Ralph E. M anpow er program s and unem ploym ent statistics.
1973 Apr. 63-65.
Sobey, Francine. Book review. 1971 Jan. 73-74.
Soder, Jon. Book review. 1972 Dec. 64-66.
------ . NEA convention proposes new labor federation. 1974 Sept.
46-47.
Solnick, Loren M. and Jerom e M. Staller. Effect of escalators on
wages in m ajor contracts expiring in 1974. 1974 July 27-32.
------ and Jerom e M. Staller. Escalators and wage change: more
com parisons. 1974 Oct. 54-55.
Solom on, Rod. Book review. 1972 Feb. 92-93.
Som ers, G erald G. and Myron Room kin. Developing reliable data
on training in industry. 1974 Feb. 33-37.
Som m ers, Dixie. O ccupational rankings for men and women by
earnings. 1974 Aug. 34-51.
Sorrentino, Constance. Com paring em ploym ent shifts in 10 indus­
trialized countries. 1971 Oct. 3-11.
------ . Unem ploym ent in nine industrialized countries. 1972 June
29-33.
------ and Joyanna Moy. Unem ploym ent in nine industrial nations,
1973-75. 1975 June 9-18.
------ and Joyanna Moy. Unem ploym ent in the U nited States and
eight foreign countries. 1974 Jan. 47-52.
Sorrentino, Dominic. T rade adjustm ent assistance to w orkers dis­
placed by imports, fiscal 1963-73. 1974 Jan. 63-65.

AUTHORS
Sparrough, Michael E. and Lena W. Bolton. C alendar of wage in­
creases and negotiations for 1972. 1972 Jan. 3-14.
Spiegel, Henry W. Book review. 1972 Feb. 90-91.
Springer, Philip B. W ork attitudes of disadvantaged black men.
1971 Dec. 66-68.
Staller, Jerom e M. and Loren M. Solnick. Effect of escalators on
wages in m ajor contracts expiring in 1974. 1974 July 27-32.
------ and Loren M. Solnick. Escalators and wage change: more
com parisons. 1974 Oct. 54-55.
Stanley, David T. Book review. 1972 Apr. 65-66.
Stark, Harry F. Econom ic indicators issued by States. 1971 Sept.
47-50.
Staudohar, Paul D. Book reviews. 1972 Oct. 82-83; 1974 Sept.
67-68; 1975 May 74-75.
Stein, Bruno. Book review. 1973 Oct. 68.
Stein, H erbert. Internal and external functions of the Council of
Econom ic Advisers. 1974 M ar. 42-43.
Stein, R obert L. and Janice N eipert Hedges. Blue-collar/white-collar pay trends: Earnings and family incom e. 1971 June 13-24.
------ and Julius Shiskin. Problem s in m easuring unemploym ent.
1975 Aug. 3-10.
------ and Paul M. Ryscavage. M easuring annual earnings of
household heads in production jobs. 1974 Apr. 3-11.
Steinberg, Edward. Book reviews. 1974 Aug. 95-97; 1975 May
73-74, Aug. 54.
Steiner, G ilbert Y. Policy options for welfare reform. 1971 Mar.
23-31.
Stern, Jam es L. Bargaining and arbitration in British civil service.
1973 Aug. 61-63.
------. Final offer arbitration--initial experience in W isconsin. 1974
Sept. 39-43.
Sternlieb, Steven and Alvin Bauman. Em ploym ent characteristics
of low-wage workers. 1972 July 9-14.
Stewart, C harles D. Book review. 1971 May 79-81.
Stewart, Maxine and Geoffrey H. M oore. New developm ents in
labor statistics. 1972 M ar. 3-13.
Stieber, Jack. Book review. 1972 Aug. 70-71.
Stinnett, T. M. Book review. 1971 Jan. 73.
Stinson, John F. Em ploym ent in m anufacturing during the ’6 9 - ’71
dow nturn. 1972 June 34-40.
------and G loria P. G reen. Changes in the em ploym ent situation in
1972. 1973 Feb. 24-34.
------ and Gloria P. G reen. Em ploym ent and unem ploym ent in
1971. 1972 Feb. 20-28.
------and T hom as F. Bradshaw. Trends in weekly earnings: an anal­
ysis. 1975 Aug. 22-32.
Storey, Jam es R. Book review. 1975 Oct. 67-68.
Strasser, Arnold. Differentials and overlaps in earnings of blacks
and whites. 1971 Dec. 16-26.
------. E scalators and wage change: the business cycle. 1974 Oct.
54.
------. Pension form ula sum m arization: An emerging research
technique. 1971 Apr. 49-56.
Strauss, G eorge. Book review. 1971 Feb. 78-79.
------. W orker dissatisfaction: a look at the causes. 1974 Feb.
57-58.
Street, Jam es H. Book review. 1972 Sept. 78-79.
Striner, H erbert E. R ecurrent education and m anpow er training in
G reat Britain. 1975 Sept. 30-34.
Sum, Andrew M. and T hom as P. Rush. The geographic structure
of unem ploym ent rates. 1975 Mar. 3-9.
Sun, Norm an. Book review. 1972 Feb. 93-94.
Swerdloff, Sol. Surveying the gaps in construction statistics. 1971
Feb. 33-37.
Swisher, Idella G. The disabled and the decline in m en’s labor
force participation. 1973 Nov. 53.
Taggart, Robert. M anpower program s for crim inal offenders. 1972
Aug. 17-24.
------ and Sar A. Levitan. Em ploym ent and earnings inadequacy: a
measure of w orker welfare. 1973 Oct. 19-27.
------and Sar A. Levitan. Has the blue-collar w orker’s position
worsened? 1971 Sept. 23-29.




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------and Sar A. Levitan. The Emergency Employm ent Act: An in­
terim assessment. 1972 June 3-11.
Taira, Koji. Book reviews. 1971 July 73-74; 1974 Mar. 71-72.
Talbot, D eborah B. Im proved area wage survey indexes. 1975 May
30-34.
T albot, Joseph E., Jr. An analysis of wage gains in 1974. 1975
Apr. 3-7.
------ . A review of wage gains in 1973. 1974 Apr. 17-20.
------ . Wage changes and bargaining gains in 1972. 1973 Apr.
17-20.
Taubm an, Paul. Book review. 1971 Nov. 78.
Tausky, Curt. Book review. 1971 Nov. 79-80.
Tavela, John. The Federal role in job safety and health: If a cita­
tion is appealed. 1973 Aug. 43-47.
Taylor, George W. Income policy and the price system. 1971 Aug.
45-48.
Taylor, Paul S. Book review. 1972 Apr. 64-65.
Terlin, Rose. Book review. 1972 Oct. 84.
T hiesenhusen, William C. G reen revolution in Latin America: In­
come effects, policy decisions. 1972 Mar. 20-27.
Thom as, Jesse G. A natom y of price change: first quarter, 1971.
1971 June 73-75.
T hornton, R obert J. Book review. 1971 Nov. 72.
T ibbetts, Thom as R. Im provem ents in the industrial price program.
1975 May 51-52.
Tighe, Michael. W ages in candy m anufacturing. 1971 Nov. 59-60.
------ W ages in hosiery m anufacturing. 1972 Jan. 71-72.
------ . Wages in m en’s and boys’ suit and coat manufacturing. 1971
June 76-77.
------ . Wages of telephone and telegraph workers. 1971 Jan. 61-62.
Tillery, W inston L. AFL-CIO convention, 1971. 1972 Jan. 67-69.
------ . Internal affairs hold the spotlight at the UAW convention.
1974 Aug. 52-54.
------ . Layoff and recall provisions in major agreements. 1971 July
41-46.
------ . National politics dom inates AFL-CIO convention. 1973 Dec.
59-60.
------. Safety and health provisions before and after OSHA. 1975
Sept. 40-43.
------. Seniority adm inistration in m ajor agreements. 1972 Dec.
36-39.
Trice, Harrison M. Book review. 1972 Aug. 67-68.
Triplett, Jack E. Determ ining the effects of quality change on the
CPI. 1971 May 27-32.
T urgeon, Lynn. Book review. 1975 Sept. 68-69.
Turnbull, John G. Book review. 1971 Nov. 76-77.
Ulman, Lloyd. Inflation policies and collective bargaining. 1971
Aug. 48-52.
------. Labor m arkets and manpower policies in perspective. 1972
Sept. 22-28.
Um etani, Shunichiro and R obert E. Cole. M anpower training and
lifetime em ploym ent in Japan. 1974 Nov. 43-45.
Unger, Edward D. Book review. 1971 Sept. 82-83.
Urisko, Jam es A. Productivity in hotels and motels, 1958-73. 1975
May 24-28.
Usery, W. J., Jr. Exploring alternative techniques to the strike: A
m ore activist approach by m ediators. 1973 Sept. 59.
------ . Increasing the supply of acceptable arbitrators. 1972 Nov.
3-6.
Van A uken, K. G., Jr. A further view on laboratory education.
1971 Mar. 63-65.
------ . Book reviews. 1973 Apr. 84; 1974 Sept. 70.
Van Dusen, Roxann A. Problems of m easurem ent in areas of so­
cial concern. 1974 Sept. 17-18.
Vial, Don. Negotiated health programs: the California experience.
1975 Apr. 37-42.
V ickery, Mary L. New technology in laundry and cleaning ser­
vices. 1972 Feb. 54-59.
Vietorisz, Thomas, R obert Mier, Jean-Ellen Giblin. Subemploy­
ment: exclusion and inadequacy indexes. 1975 May 3-12.
Viksnins, George J. Book review. 1974 Sept. 71.
Von Furstenberg, George M., Lydia Segal, Jack Alterm an. Tax ef­
fects in m easures o f econom ic well-being. 1974 Nov. 45-50.

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Vrom an, W ayne. Labor m arket changes for black m en since 1964.
1975 Apr. 42-44.
W achtel, Howard M. Book reviews. 1972 Dec. 62-63; 1973 Sept.
92-93.
W agoner, William D. Book reviews. 1974 Jan. 85-86, M ar. 72-73;
1975 Dec. 69-70.
W aldm an, Elizabeth. C hildren of working m others, M arch 1974.
1975 Jan. 64-67.
------ and Anne M. Young. M arital and family characteristics of
w orkers, M arch 1970. 1971 Mar. 46-50.
------and Beverly J. M cEaddy. W here wom en w ork— analysis by
an
industry and occupation. 1974 May 3-13.
------and Kathryn R. G over. C hildren o f wom en in the labor force.
1971 July 19-25.
------and Kathryn R. Gover. E m ploym ent situation o f Vietnam Era
veterans. 1971 Sept. 3-11.
------ and Kathryn R. Gover. M arital and family characteristics of
the labor force. 1972 Apr. 4-8 .
------ and R obert W hitm ore. Children o f w orking m others, M arch
1973. 1974 May 50-58.
W alker, Jam es W. Book reviews. 1971 Dec. 90; 1972 July 65-66.
W allack, Stanley S. Inflation versus unem ploym ent: another view
of the trade-off. 1971 Nov. 49-54.
W alter, Ingo. Book reviews. 1971 Apr. 80-81; 1973 Feb. 85-86.
W andner, Stephen A. and David L. Edgell. Unem ploym ent in­
surance: its econom ic perform ance. 1974 Apr. 33-40.
W ard, Virginia L. A rea sam ple changes in the area wage survey
program . 1975 May 4 9 -50.
W arren, Ronald S., Jr. Book review. 1975 Feb. 91-92.
W arsky, Diane and T oshiko Nakayam a. M easuring regional price
change in urban areas. 1973 Oct. 34-38.
W asilewski, Edward. Scheduled wage increases and escalator
provisions in 1975. 1975 Jan. 43-48.
W asserm an, Meryl. Book review. 1973 July 66-67.
W eber, A rnold R. The 1971 wage-price freeze and incom es policy.
1972 Apr. 18-21.
W eeks, John F. Book reviews. 1971 Mar. 83; 1973 Feb. 86-87.
W einberg, A rthur S. Six A m erican w orkers assess job redesign at
Saab-Scania. 1975 Sept. 52-53.
Weiss, Jeffrey H. How auxiliaries increase productivity of dentists.
1971 Apr. 63-64.
Weiss, Thom as. Book review. 1975 June 67-68.
W eissbrodt, Sylvia. Changes in State labor laws in 1970. 1971 Jan.
14-21.
------. C hanges in State labor laws in 1971. 1972 Jan. 29-39.
------. C hanges in State labor laws in 1972. 1973 Jan. 17-26.
W eisskopf, W alter A. Book review. 1972 Nov. 78-79.
Weisz, David. Industrial Relations A ct tested in Britain. 1973 Jan.
64-65.
Weisz, Morris. Book review. 1973 May 68-69.
W eitzm an, Phillip. Book review. 1974 July 80-81.
W ellington, Harry H. Book review. 1972 May 71.
W estcott, Diane N. T rends in overtim e hours and pay, 1969-74.
1975 Feb. 45-52.
W estfield, Fred M. Book review. 1973 Apr. 82.
W eston, J. Fred. Book review. 1972 Oct. 79.
W etm ore, Kevin G. Im provem ents in em ployee health care
benefits. 1972 Aug. 31-34.
W etzel, Jam es R. Book review. 1974 Dec. 78-79.
------ and M artin Ziegler. M easuring unem ploym ent in States and
local areas. 1974 June 40-46.
W exler, Im anuel. Book review. 1973 Oct. 73-74.
W hipple, Daniel S. E m ploym ent among the poor of six central ci­
ties. 1973 O ct. 52-53.
------ and D eborah Pisetzner Klein. E m ploym ent in agriculture: a
profile. 1974 Apr. 28-32.
W hite, Donald J. Dispute settlem ent in the electrical contracting
industry. 1972 Apr. 21-23.
W hite, Harold C. Book review. 1971 Feb. 80-81.
W hite, William D. and A nthony Robbins. Role of on-the-job train­
ing in a clinical laboratory. 1971 M ar. 65-69.
W hitm ore, R obert and Elizabeth W aldm an. Children of working
m others, M arch 1973. 1974 May 50-58.
W hittaker, William George. Book review. 1971 June 93-94.


W ickert, Frederic R. Book review. 1974 Mar. 70-71.


M ONTHLY LABO R REVIEW INDEX, 1971-75
Wiggins, Ronald L. Book review. 1971 Nov. 81-82.
W igren, Lloyd E., Paul M onson, Toshiko Nakayam a. Price changes
in 1973— analysis. 1974 Feb. 15-25.
an
------ , Paul M onson, T oshiko N akayam a. Price changes in 1974—
an
analysis. 1975 Feb. 15-24.
W illiams, Harry B. M eat industry wages in M arch 1974. 1975 Dec.
53-55.
------ . W ages and tips in hotels and motels. 1975 Mar. 60-63.
------ . W ages of TV and appliance technicians. 1974 July 53-55.
W inch, David M. Book review. 1973 Feb. 77.
W inchester, David. The British coal mine strike of 1972. 1972
Oct. 30-36.
W indm uller, John P. U.S. participation in the ILO: a political
dimension. 1975 May 35-37.
W inpisinger, William W. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
private sector: T here is no alternative to the right to strike. 1973
Sept. 57-58.
------ . Job enrichm ent: a union view. 1973 Apr. 54-56.
W irtz, W illard and H arold Goldstein. M easurem ent and analysis of
work training. 1975 Sept. 19-26.
W itney, Fred. Final-offer arbitration: the Indianapolis experience.
1973 May 20-25.
W olfbein, Seym our L. Book review. 1971 Sept. 75-76.
W ollett, Donald H. Exploring alternatives to the strike in the
public sector: M utual anxiety: a California proposal. 1973 Sept.
51-52.
W olozin, Harold. Book review. 1971 June 92-93.
W ood, M ichael. Enforcing job safety: a union view of OSHA. 1975
M ar. 39-41.
W oodruff, William. Book review. 1972 Apr. 66.
W ool, Harold. Israeli m anpow er in perspective. 1974 Aug. 63-66.
------. W hat’s wrong with work in A m erica?— review essay. 1973
a
Mar. 38-44.
W orcester, Dean A., Jr. Book review. 1974 June 81-82.
W ord, William R. Factfinding in public employee negotiations.
1972 Feb. 60-64.
Yaffe, Byron. Book review. 1973 Nov. 79-80.
Young, Anne M cDougall. Children of working m others. 1973 Apr.
37-40.
------ . Em ploym ent o f high school graduates and dropouts. 1971
May 33-38.
------ . Going back to school at 35. 1973 Oct. 39-42.
------ . Going back to school at 35 and over. 1975 Dec. 47-50.
------ . High school class of 1972: m ore at work, fewer in college.
1973 June 26-32.
------ . Labor m arket experience of recent college graduates. 1974
Oct. 33-40.
------ . Students, graduates, and dropouts in the labor m arket, O c­
tober 1974. 1975 Aug. 33-36.
------ . W ork experience of the population in 1972. 1974 Feb.
4 8 - 56.
------ . W ork experience of the population in 1973. 1974 Dec.
4 9 - 53.
------ . W ork experience of the population, 1974. 1975 Oct. 47-52.
------ and Elizabeth W aldm an. M arital and family characteristics of
workers, M arch 1970. 1971 Mar. 46-50.
------ and Kopp M ichelotti. W ork experience of the population in
1970. 1971 Dec. 35-44.

Zack, Arnold M. M eeting the rising cost of public sector settle­
m ents. 1973 May 38-40.
Zagoria, Sam. Resolving impasses by public referendum . 1973 May
36-38.
Z arem ba, Joseph. Book reviews. 1971 Nov. 77-78; 1974 Feb.
87-88.
Zeisel, Rose N. M odernization and m anpow er in textile mills. 1973
June 18-25.
Zell, Steven R. The econom ics that never was. 1975 July 39-40.
Zeller, Frederick A. Book review. 1971 July 72-73.
Z em an, Harry F. Regional pay differentials in white-collar occupa­
tions. 1971 Jan. 53-56.
Ziegler, M artin and Jam es R. W etzel. M easuring unem ploym ent in
States and local areas. 1974 June 40-46.
Ziegler, Raym ond J. Book review. 1972 Jan. 90-91.

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