Based on the 1991 Shirley Lerner MemorialLecture, a discussion is conducted of the challengesand opportunities facing teachers and researchersarising from the rapidly changing practice ofindustrial relations. A widening of the scope of thesubject, to include its individual as well as collectiveaspects, it is argued, is fully compatible with seeingthe main focus as the employment relationship.The challenge to the subjects research traditionof empirical enquiry, multidisciplinarity and aboveall, its integrity, is much more fundamental.Maintaining this tradition is not only vital forindustrial relations, but also for the future directionof the business schools in which most industrialrelations teachers and researchers find themselves.
Employee Relations: An International Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1991
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