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Interplant Transfer and Terminated Workers: A Case Study (Reply)
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  • David B Lipsky, Cornell University
Publication Date
4-1-1971
Disciplines
Abstract
[Excerpt] The design of policies intended to aid workers who are threatened with displacement involves issues of a complex and difficult nature. The need for careful analysis of the issues is emphasized by Thomas Kochan's comment on my recent article. In that article I tried to point out the limitations of my analysis, the difficulties of generalizing on the basis of a case study, and the tentative nature of my conclusions. Space did not allow a full elaboration of these problems; now Kochan has performed a useful service by heightening our awareness of them. However, I cannot believe he has done any real damage to my central argument and conclusions.
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Suggested Citation
Lipsky, D. B. (1971). Interplant transfer and terminated workers: A case study (Reply) [Electronic version]. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 24(3), 446-453.

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David B Lipsky. "Interplant Transfer and Terminated Workers: A Case Study (Reply)" (1971)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_lipsky/47/