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The Outcome of Impasse Procedures in New York Schools Under the Taylor Law
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  • John E Drotning, University of Wisconsin
  • David B Lipsky, Cornell University
Publication Date
7-1-1971
Abstract
The effectiveness of New York’s Taylor Law, and of the Public Employment Relations Board established under it, may be measured in a number of ways. One is to see whether it does, in fact, eliminate strikes of public employees. Another is to compare the results of mediation and fact-finding under the Board’s auspices with settlements arrived at without intervention of PERB. The authors, who are engaged in a broad study of the latter kind, present some of their findings as they relate to the public school system during 1969 and 1970.
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Suggested Citation
Drotney, J. E. & Lipsky, D. B. (1971). The outcome of impasse procedures in New York schools under the Taylor Law [Electronic version]. Arbitration Journal, 26(2), 87-102.

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John E Drotning and David B Lipsky. "The Outcome of Impasse Procedures in New York Schools Under the Taylor Law" (1971)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_lipsky/42/