Study guide for 2050 Final

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Study Guide for 2050 Final Exam The final exam will consist of two sections; 1) short answer IDs, identical to the midterm and 2) essays. The questions appearing on the exam will be drawn from the lists below. The number of IDs appearing on the final is still to be determined but there will be a limited amount of choice; you will answer two essays from a list of three. I. IDs Narcotic effect Pattern bargaining Costs of disagreement Chilling effect Neutrality agreements Taylor Law Voluntary recognition Mackay Doctrine ULP strike Work-to-rule Final-offer arbitration Mediation Bargaining unit appropriateness First contracts Distributive bargaining ‘Med-Arb’ Remedial power (of the NLRB) Employment-at-will Surface bargaining Employee Free Choice Act
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II. Essays Discuss the issue of bargaining power in collective bargaining using the example of the Barnhouse mock bargaining exercise you participated in. Compare and contrast the role of the Supreme Court with the role of legislation in
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course AAS 347 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell.

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