Collective bargaining in higher education: A model of statutory constraint.
AuthorWilson, Marie Elaine.
KeywordsCollective labor agreements -- College teachers -- United States -- States
Collective labor agreements -- Government employees -- United States -- States
State universities and colleges -- United States -- Faculty
State universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis dissertation explores the impact of the state public sector legal environment as a determinant of the governance content of faculty collective bargaining agreements. Using content analysis, the legal environment and contractual content are reduced to quantities that may be explored through the lens of population ecology. Legal environment is determined to have a significant impact on the development of contractual content and individual factors of governance and statutory form are identified. Specifically, the statutory scope language and reservation of management rights are seen as the primary environmental forces determining policy and rule issues in contractual content. Further, the relevant temporal element for an ecological model appears to be the tenure of public sector bargaining in each state. National affiliation, institutional type and other temporal variables do not have a significant impact on governance language. Implications and directions for further research are discussed.
Degree ProgramEducational Foundations and Administration
Degree GrantorUniversity of Arizona
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