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Attention is drawn to the publications and field work of the United Nations international agencies, particularly the Economic Commission for Latin America (LA. 44, 49, 50) and UNESCO (LA. 39, 40). Other bodies which have made a valuable contribution to the study of labour relations are the Organization of American States (LA. 41; Revista Interamericana de Ciencias Sociales), the Inter-American Development Bank, the Latin American Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (Rio de Janeiro) and the Latin American Demographic Centre (Santiago de Chile). The International Institute for Social Research, which is the executive body of the International Federation of Catholic Institutes for Social Research, has undertaken the formidable task of editing and publishing outstanding regional and national monographs. A number of university centres are also engaged in social research on this subject.

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Trade Union Labour Relation Latin American Country Industrial Relation American Political Science Review 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arthur M. Ross
    • 1
  1. 1.University of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA

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