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Collective Bargaining and the Emergence of National Employer Organisation in the British Shipbuilding Industry
International Review of Social History
The article takes shipbuilding as a case study in the development of collective bargaining in Britain during the period 1889-1910. During the period shipbuilding employers established an effective national organisation and were successful in drawing the unions into an industry-wide disputes procedure. These developments occurred notwithstanding marked differences in outlook and interest as between the two main centres of activity in the industry, the Clyde and the northeast coast. The moredoi:10.1017/s002085900011034x fatcat:7q6urltjtjgylj5mbvckrjnmry