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ILR Impact Brief - Employment Arbitration: Emergence of a New Profession
ILR Impact Briefs
  • Ronald L. Seeber, Cornell University
  • David B. Lipsky, Cornell University
Publication Date
1-1-2006
Abstract

The ILR Impact Brief series highlights the research and project based work conducted by ILR faculty that is relevant to workplace issues and public policy. Brief #1 highlights the authors' research on employment arbitration, including a survey of the National Academy of Arbitrators.

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Suggested Citation
Seeber, R. & Lipsky, D. (2006). Employment arbitration: emergence of a new profession (Impact Brief#1). Ithaca, NY: School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/impactbrief/1

For a more in-depth analysis, please see: Picher, M., Seeber, R.L., & Lipsky, D.B. (2000.) The Arbitration Profession in Transition: A Survey of the National Academy of Arbitrators (Cornell Studies in Conflict and Dispute Resolution No. 3). Ithaca, NY: Cornell/PERC Institute on Conflict Resolution.

The ILR Impact Brief series highlights the research and project based work conducted by ILR faculty that is relevant to workplace issues and public policy. The Briefs are prepared by Maralyn Edid, Senior Extension Associate, ILR School.

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Copyright by Cornell University.

Citation Information
Ronald L. Seeber and David B. Lipsky. "ILR Impact Brief - Employment Arbitration: Emergence of a New Profession" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_lipsky/7/