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Industrialism and industrial man reconsidered
by Inter-University Study of Labor Problems in Economic Development in Princeton, N.J
Written in English
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Dunlop, Frederick H. Harbison, Clark Kerr, Charles A. Myers Published by Inter-University Study of Human Resources in Economic Development, Princeton, N.
The volume by C. Kerr et al., Industrialism and Industrial Man (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, ) and the body of research growing out of their ‘Inter-University Study of Human Resources in National Development’ is helpful in developing a comparative understanding of the formal aspects of industrial relations arrangements in a number of by: 3.
Other important publications included Industrialism and Industrial Man (, [Pelican revised ed.]), [Industrialism and Industrial Man Reconsidered]), written with others of the team that made up the Inter-University Study of Labor Problems in Economic Development; and Marshall, Marx, and Modern Times ().
Industrialism and Industrial Man (); Labor and Management in Industrial Society (); Marshall, Marx, and Modern Times (); The Future of Industrial Societies (); The Uses of the University (); and Unions, Management, and the Public () all by Clark Kerr; for reviews of his work, see: Monthly Labor Review, Marchvol.
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This book will show that current attempts to theorize this emerging future embody a common sense that is a product of industrialism. I do not proffer an agenda for managing tomorrow's organizations.
To do so would be necessarily superficial and premature. Part I. Industrialism and Modernity. Clark Kerr, John T. Dunlop, Frederick H. Harbison and Charles A. Meyers, "Industrialism and Industrial Man." Talcott Parsons, "Equality and Inequality in Modern Society, or Social Stratification Revisited." Part II.
Post-Industrialism and New Class Perspectives. Daniel Bell, "The Coming of Post-Industrial. For a brief concluding synthesis, see: John T. Dunlop, Frederick H. Harbison, Clark Kerr, and Charles Myers, Industrialism and Industrial Man Reconsidered: Some Perspectives on a Study Over Two Decades of the Problems of Labor and Management in Economic Growth (Princeton, N.J.: Inter-University Study of Human Resources in National Development.
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