Employment Relations in Construction
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Research on Employment Relations in Construction

  • Brockman, J. (2012). The Cost of Interpersonal Conflict in Construction (research in progress).
  • Brockman, J. and Huang, J. (2012). Building on Difference: Using action research to develop, implement and evaluate a five-year diversity curriculum in electrical apprenticeship. Action Research Journal (under review).
  • Belman, D., (2010), Building Better: A Look at Best Practices for the Design of Project Labor Agreements, Washington, D.C.: Economic Policy Institute, 2010, pp 47. (with M. Bodah)
  • Belman, D., (2010), The Effect of Project Labor Agreements on the Cost of School Construction in Massachusetts, Industrial Relations, January, 2010; pp. 44-60, (with William Schriver, Richard Kelso Russell Ormiston & Kenneth Frank)
  • Belman, D., (2009), Reconstructing Construction Unionism: Beyond Top-down and Bottom-up in Gall, G. (ed.) The Future of Union Organising: Building for Tomorrow, Palgrave, Basingstoke, ,2009, pp. 187-204, (with Allen Smith)
  • Belman, D., (2006), High Wages and Union Decline: Evidence from the Construction Industry, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Oct. 2006, (with Paula Voos), pp 67 - 87.
  • Belman, D., (2005), Prevailing Wage Laws and Minority Employment in Construction, in H. Azari-Rad and P. Philips, Eds. The Economics of Prevailing Wage Laws, Ashgate, 2005, pp. 101-122, (with P. Philips)
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School of Human Resources & Labor Relations
South Kedzie Hall
368 Farm Lane, Room S403
East Lansing, Michigan, USA 48824
Phone: (517) 355-1801 | Fax: (517) 355-7656