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Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. - Industrial and Labor Relations Review

Related Citation: ILR Review


The Industrial and Labor Relations Review appears to benefit from three different legal citations.

The traditional legal citation is this one, Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev.

However, the website and the cover, circa 2012 promote the legal citation of ILReview.

That website also suggests that the law journal is identified by the legal citation of ILRR.

In any event, the Industrial and Labor Relations Review was launched in 1947 and continues to be housed not by a law school, but by Cornell University's Industrial and Labor Relations School.

The Review describes its scope by suggesting this definition of industrial relations:

"We define industrial relations to include a broad range of market, organizational, and institutional processes related to the world of work. Relevant topics include the organization of work, the nature of employment contracts, human resource management, employment relations, conflict management and dispute resolution, labor market dynamics and policies, labor and employment law, and employee attitudes and behaviors at work."

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