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The Journal of Collective Negotiations

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The Journal of Collective Negotiations was a peer-reviewed academic journal which published articles regarding collective bargaining. The target audience for the journal was academics, students, employers, workers, and collective bargaining negotiators. It was published quarterly until 2008 by Baywood Publishing. The journal was cited by the Oxford Handbook of Work and Organization as a critical journal in collective bargaining theory and issues. A common textbook in Industrial and organizational psychology has cited the journal as one of two key publications in that very narrow field. It also has been quoted by the National Labor Relations Board. Aims and scope The Journal of Collective Negotiations, now defunct, was established in 1972 as the Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector. The last issue was published in 2008. Its establishment was a direct outgrowth of the expansion of collective bargaining rights in the United States to public sector workers.
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