Rose, J. B. (2016). Constraints on public sector bargaining in Canada. Journal of Industrial Relations, 58(1), 93-110.
Lancaster House Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector Conference 2015 (request from CIRHR Library staff)
Lancaster House Bargaining in the Broader Public Sector Conference 2014 (request from CIRHR Library staff)
Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal, V. 17, No. 2 (2013) (request hard copy from CIRHR Library if not yet available online)
Prospects for Reform of Industrial Relations in the Ontario Broader Public Sector: Papers from the Workshop on the Drummond Report, Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace, Queen's University, June 22, 2012. Link to speaker presentations.
Articles are below:
Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, V. 34, No. 2 (Winter 2013) "Public Sector Collective Bargaining and the Distortion of Democracy: Do Public Sector Unions Have Too Much Power?"
This issue contains articles such as:
Hyams, B. (2000). A summer of discontent: Collective bargaining in the public sector. Journal of Collective Negotiations, 29(1), 49-67. (available from the CIRHR library upon request)
Canadian Federation of Independent Business, March 2015: Wage Watch: A Comparison of Public-sector and Private-sector Salaries and Benefits (25 pages, PDF)
Palacios, M. & Clemens, C. (2013). Comparing public and private sector compensation in Canada. Fraser Institute. (49 pages, PDF)
Risher, H. (2012). How well are government employees paid? Compensation Management, 44(2), 73-79. (7 pages, PDF)
Canadian Union of Public Employees. (2011). Battle of the wages: Who gets paid more, public or private sector workers? (33 pages, PDF)
Tiagi, R. (2010). Public sector wage premium in Canada: Evidence from labour force survey. LABOUR, 24(4), 456-473. (18 pages, PDF)
Gomez, R. & Wald, S. (2010). When public-sector salaries become public knowledge: Academic salaries and Ontario’s Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act. Canadian Public Administration, 53(1), 107-126. (20 pages, PDF)
National Union of Public and General Employees. (2009). An examination of the Public Sector Wage Premium in Canada: A critique of the 2008 study by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) called Wage Watch: A comparison of public and private sector wages. (13 pages, PDF).
Mallet, T. & Wong, Q. (2008). Wage watch: A comparison of public-sector and private-sector wages. Canadian Federation of Independent Buisness. (25 pages, PDF)
Panitch, L., & Swartz, D. (2003). Chapter 3: Permanent exceptionalism: The turn to coercion in the 1970s. From Consent to Coercion: The Assault on Trade Union Freedoms. 25-47.
Enman, S. (1992). Ruminations on public sector wage restraints and back to work legislation. The Industrial Relations System: Future Trends and Developments (CIRA proceedings), 2, 681-691.
Thompson, M. & Ponak, A. (1991). Canadian public sector industrial relations: Policy and practice. Advances in Industrial and Labour Relations, 5, 59-93. (available at the CIRHR library upon request)
Auld, D. & Wilton, D. (1985). Wage settlements in the Ontario public sector and the Ontario controls program. Public Sector Compensation, Ontario Economic Council Special Research Report.
Dungan, P. & Wilson, T. (1985). Impact of public sector wage controls on budget deficits and inflation. Public Sector Compensation, Ontario Economic Council Special Research Report.
Wood, W.D. & Kumar, P. (1982). Control and wage restraint initiatives. The Current Industrial Relations Scene in Canada.
Weiler, P. (1980). Chapter 8: Collective bargaining under wage controls. Reconcilable Differences: New Directions in Canadian Labour Law.
Wood, W.D. & Kumar, P. (1976). Canadian Perspectives on Wage-Price Guidelines: A Book of Readings.
Ontario Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services (Drummond Commission). (2012). Public services for Ontarians: A path to sustainability and excellence. (562 pages, PDF)
Chaykowski, R. & Hickey, R. (2012). Reform of the conduct and structure of labour relations in the Ontario broader public service: Report to the Commission on the Reform of Ontario's Public Service. School of Policy Studies, Queen's University.
Advisory Committee on Labour Management Relations in the Federal Public Service. (2000). Identifying the issues: First report, May 2000. Fryer Committee.
Final Report of the Advisory Committee on Labour Management Relations in the Federal Public Service (Fryer Committee). (2001). See also: UTLibraries link to catalogue record: http://go.utlib.ca/cat/4517875
Swimmer, G. (2002). Putting the Fryer Committee recommendations in context. Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal, 9(3), 313-334.
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