8 edition of Labor relations in professional sports found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Robert C. Berry, William B. Gould IV, Paul D. Staudohar.|
|Contributions||Gould, William B., Staudohar, Paul D.|
|LC Classifications||GV583 .B46 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 289 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||85026806|
in The Business of Professional Sports. Urbana IL, United States: University of Illinois Press, Paul D Staudohar, James A Mangan. () Book Reviews. Lawrence Kahn. Review of 'Paying for Productivity' edited by Alan S Blinder. in Industrial and Labor Relations Review. () Lawrence Kahn. In addition to covering history and law, workplace challenges, the collective bargaining process, and labor contracts, major features of this new edition include expanded coverage of public sector labor relations, international collective bargaining issues, union organizing and avoidance strategies, and collective bargaining in professional sports.
This book is important reading for scholars and practitioners in the fields of international sports law, employment law, competition law, European law and human rights law. It is also highly recommended for students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels taking modules and courses in Sports Law or Sports Business : T.M.C. Asser Press. Doing research in labor relations and the sports industry can be challenging. It requires knowledge of information resources in business, law, labor relations, sports, and even at times medicine. The resources presented here were selected to help you, the beginning researcher, decide where to start your research : Julie Peters.
Noteworthy Book List: Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics; Publisher: Harvard University Press; markets and institutions; Log in to post comments; Labor relations in professional sports. Authors / Editors: Berry, Robert C. Gould, William B., IV; Staudohar, Paul D. Noteworthy Book List: Noteworthy Books in. William B. Gould IV is Charles A. Beardsley Professor of Law, Emeritus at Stanford University and William M. Ramsey Distinguished Professor of Law at Willamette University College of Law. He is the author of Agenda for Reform (MIT Press, ) and A Primer on American Labor Law (MIT Press, ). The recipient of five honorary doctorate degrees, he has been an impartial arbitrator since
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Labor Relations in Professional Sports offers a step-by-step examination of how these new management-player relationships have come about and what they may portend for the future. In an engaging style that is rich in sports history and anecdotes, the authors examine the background of the major team sports--baseball, football, basketball, and Format: Hardcover.
6 Labor Relations in Sports Labor relations between sports leagues and athletes present some of the most contentious issues in professional sports. In the last three decades, the intricacies of - Selection from The Business of Sports, 2nd Edition [Book].
We suggest in this book a need to examine the structural and legal underpinnings of professional sports in order to understand where sports are headed. The first two chapters introduce the backgrounds in general, developing the thesis that today labor relations and the labor laws have assumed pivotal roles in determining the development of.
For all the billions of dollars the sports industry generates, its labor laws and negotiations are still relatively new, and their impact is only beginning to be felt. Labor Relations in Professional Sports offers a step-by-step examination of how these new management-player relationships have come about and what they may portend for the future.
Models for understanding the industrial environment --Sports industries and the legal overlay --Labor relations in baseball --Labor relations in football --Football strike of --Labor relations in basketball --Labor relations in hockey --Unresolved issues facing sports unions.
Responsibility. The World Umpires Association (WUA) was certified by the National Labor Relations Board on Februas the bargaining agent for Major League Baseball's umpires. WNBA Players Association The WNBPA is the first and only labor union comprised of Author: Julie Peters.
Sports and Labor in the United States demonstrates that players are often exploited by ownership and fight for matters of principle, not simply material gain. In accessible, nontechnical language, Michael Schiavone presents a comprehensive examination of labor relations in American professional sports and how they have evolved over by: 1.
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About the Author. William H. Holley taught labor relations, collective bargaining, and arbitration for 32 years at Auburn University, and he worked as an arbitrator in many industries, from airlines to professional sports to the Postal Service/5(36).
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Enhances enjoyment with watching pro sports 3. Increases the amount that teams and leagues can charge for sponsorships because of increased exposure.
Downloadable. Many interesting elements of supply and demand are starkly observable in professional athletics. Understanding institutional arrangements, competitive balance and labor-management relations requires a basic understanding of sports labor markets and the struggle for control of those markets between interest groups.
In this paper we treat historical and contemporary labor issues in. Howard Stanger, reviewing the book in Labor Studies Journal, called Playing for Dollars "a readable and concise account of labor relations in the four major team sports." Staudohar told CA: "For most of my academic life I've pursued research and writing in the fields of labor economics and industrial relations.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a Final Rule modifying three aspects of its election procedures: its blocking charge policy, the voluntary recognition bar doctrine, and its rule regarding National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Section 9(a) recognition in the construction industry.
The NLRB issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Augand received. This chapter reviews the history of labor relations in professional sports and discusses the current collective bargaining agreements in place in the major. DOI link for The Business of Sports.
The Business of Sports book. Off the Field, in the Office, on the News. By Cited by: 2. As recognized arbitration experts around the world, the authors of THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10th Edition bring nearly a century of combined experience with the labor movement, labor relations, and collective bargaining to this popular text.
Packed with real-world examples and quotes from practitioners in the field, THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10th Edition explores. What area of law has left an indelible mark on the structure and nature of labor relations in professional sport leagues. False Thoroughbred racing quickly became the most popular professional sport in the colonial United States.
Auburn House Publishing Co. Labor relations in professional sports Gould, William B., IV; Staudohar, Paul D. Noteworthy Book List: Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics; Publisher: Auburn House Publishing Co. Type: Monographs; Year: View in Main Catalog.
Read more about Labor relations in professional. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has postponed until Jthe effective date of its final rule modifying three aspects of its election procedures: its blocking charge policy, the voluntary recognition bar doctrine, and its rule regarding National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Section 9(a) recognition in the construction industry.See Labor Relations in Professional Sports, supra note x, at ig; Brown, supra note 2, at Though such aqcions are perfectly permissible absent the labor laws, they are clearly impermissible once the parties enter the collective bargaining arena, bound as it is Cited by: 1.Get this from a library!
Labor relations in professional sports: hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-second Congress, second session, on H.R.
hearings held in Washington, D.C., Ma 22, [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor.