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Collective bargaining under a compulsory conciliation system in the British Columbia coast forest industry 1947-1968
This thesis examines the behavior of bargaining parties under a statutory scheme of compulsory conciliation. The statutory scheme used in the study is the basic pattern of conciliation effective in British Columbia from 1947 to 1968. Its general function is explained in a summarization of published criticisms of the process. A particular bargaining relationship -- that of the coast forest industry negotiations -- is examined on a historical and institutional basis to discover specificdoi:10.14288/1.0302217 fatcat:yxu2vclw2fbpfdm4ay5p4ab5v4