Dunlop 1958 Essays and Term Papers

  • Finnemore

    on Dunlop’s system theory to understand Industrial Relations – 1958 2. Dunlop focused on System rules – Finnemore based an open system framework 3. Both are Theoretical frame work to define Industrial relation system 4. Dunlop believe -Wider society provide external influences and constrains...

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  • System and Change in Industrial Relations Analysis

    systems-thinking set forth by John Dunlop, one of the pioneers of IR theory. Introduced in 1958, Dunlop’s system theory of IR tries to provide tools to understand the widest possible range of IR activities and explains why particular rules are established in particular contexts. Dunlop argues that IR can be studied...

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  • Boook 1

    and workplace levels (Rose, 2008). According to Kaufman (2010), industrial relations is viewed as the process of rule making for the workplace (Dunlop, 1958); job regulation (Flanders, 1965); social regulation of production (Cox, 1971); the employment relationship as structured antagonism (Edwards, 2005);...

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  • Managing Employee Relations

    re-establish relationships and proceeded to build new frameworks for collective regulation of industrial relations. The influence of academics * John Dunlop (1958), Richard Hyman (1975), Alan Flanders (1970) and Alan Fox (1966) - interest to identify the underlying dynamics and structural forces that were...

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  • Human Resource Management

    Relations systems and processes, according to Dunlop(1958), this is “the process by which human beings and organizations interact at the workplace, and more broadly in society as a whole to establish the terms and conditions of employment” (Dunlop, 1958). In order to succeed in this field, the Human...

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  • e-business

    and high quality. Based on this point, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been welcomed not only in fashion industry but also in some precise mechanics industry. In 1958, its production Geophysics has been used in the Antarctica research basement. And in the same year, the capital of “William Anderson” Submarine has...

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  • Definition of Industrial Relations

    industrial relations is about processes of control and one maybe convinced to share the same sentiments, laying aside the concept of job regulation. Dunlop (1958:7) states that industrial relations is an interplay of three sets of actors. It is seen to be comprised of certain actors, certain contexts, an...

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  • Labour Relationship Review of Litereture

    whether in whole or segment, according to the late Dunlop, one of foremost American labour relations scholars,depended on three factors: the effect of chronological period, the pattern of social change and the process of economic development (1958:38). Jackson (1924), Parr (1974) and Nelson (1976)...

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  • industrial relations

    not about the existence of the principle of hierarchical rewards. (Fox, 1973: 219). The false assumption of parties sharing common ideas. Thus, Dunlop (1958: 380) opines that an industrial relations system at any one time in its development comprises, among others, an ideology, which binds the industrial...

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  • Partnership and Managerialist Assault on Collective Employment Relations

    characteristics that would or would not make it a successful vehicle for conflict resolution and improvement of labour-capital relations. Ever since Dunlop (1958) proposed the systems theory as a theoretical framework for the analysis of ER, conflict in the sense of difference of interests or expectations...

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  • Industrial Relations

    theory * Strategic choice theory * Scientific management theory * Labour market theory a) System theory :- * Key proponent :John Dunlop * Focus : a general theory of industrial relations * Theory :- IR is a sub-system of four elements 1. Actors :- employers, employees,...

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  • New Public Sector Management

    management. LITERATURE REVIEW “Comparative Industrial Relations: An Introduction to Cross National Perspectives” by Bean 1994 states, Dunlops prescription of the advancement of knowledge in IR is the need to break away from the restrictive and myopic confines of problem solving, institutional...

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  • Strategic Choice Theory

    transformation of the U.S. industrial relations when all other contemporary theories failed to. For example, in 1960s and 1970s the Dunlop’s systems theory (Dunlop, 1958) was widely accepted whereas some anomalies happened in it. First, the theory could not predict the union membership fell into a decline while traditional...

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  • Labour

    harmonious relationship between management and labor. One of the significant theories of industrial labor relations was put forth by John Dunlop in the 1950s. According to Dunlop industrial relations system consists of three agents – management organizations, workers and formal/informal ways they are organized...

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  • Hr Cw

    little narrow compared to the wider description by Heery and Noon. Who understands employee relations as a substitute of industrial relations. Dunlop (1958) Industrial (Employee) Relations System CONTEXTS ACTORS PROCESSES OUTCOMES Economic Employers Managerial Reg Pay and Social Managers...

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  • Industrial Relation

    relations was developed by Kochan et al. (1986) to explain the transformation of American industrial relations that they claimed the systems model (Dunlop, 1958) was unable to do. Since 1986, their approach to industrial relations has been applied in other parts of the world. Methodologically, it presupposes...

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  • Contract

    Reform (Statute of Frauds) Act 1962 (WA) s 2; Law of Property Act 1936 (SA) s 26; Conveyancing and Law of Property Act 1884 (Tas) s 36; Instruments Act 1958 (Vic) s 126. There is no written contract, it was therefore not ‘made’ in writing. Is there sufficient note or memorandum? The note or memorandum...

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  • Chitty- Penalties

    question whether a sum stipulated for in a contract is a penalty or liquidated damages is a question of law.670 Lord Dunedin in delivering his opinion in Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v New Garage and Motor Co Ltd671 summed up the law in the following propositions: (1) “Though the parties to a contract...

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  • Perspective of Management

    industrial relations in different organisations. John. T. Dunlop : A number of writers have attempted to produce various models or designs for an industrial relations system. Among the contributions, the most outstanding has been that of Prof. Dunlop of Harvard University. His systems treatment deserves...

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  • Managing People at Work

    union and between workers and workers. It also includes all sorts of relationships at both formal and informal levels in the organization. Dunlop, J.T (1958) defines employment relations as "the complex interrelations among managers, workers and agencies of the government". Yoder, D also defines employment...

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