Cornell University

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Vernon Jensen

Writings

Books:

Lumber and Labor, New York : Farrar and Rinehart, Labor and Twentieth Century American Series, 1945.

Heritage of Conflict -- Labor Relations in the Nonferrous Metals Industry up to 1930, Cornell University Press, 1950.

Collective Bargaining in the Nonferrous Metal Industry, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California , 1955. (monograph)

Hiring of Dockworkers and Employment Practices in the Ports of New York, London, Liverpool, Rotterdam and Marseilles. Published in the Wertheim Series, Harvard University Press, 1964.


Articles:

"Pensions and Retirement Plans as a Subject of Collective Bargaining," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, January 1945, pp. 227-236.

"Computer Hiring of Dock Workers in the Port of New York ," ILR Review, April 1967.

"The Legend of Joe Hill," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, April 1951, pp. 356-366.

"Notes on the Beginning of Collective Bargaining," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, January 1956, pp. 225-234.

"Dispute Settlement in the New York Longshore Industry," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July 1957, pp. 588-608.

"Decasualization of Employment in the Longshore Industry in the Port of New York ," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July 1958.

"Hiring Practices and Employment Experience of Longshoremen in the Port of New York ," International L abor Review, April 1958.

"Hiring Arrangements and the Rule-Making Process in Certain European Ports and in the Port of New York ," Proceedings of the Industrial Relations Research Association, 1962.

"The Process of Collective Bargaining and the Question of Its Obsolescence," Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July 1963.

Nonferrous Metals Industry Unionism, 1932-195., Cornell Studies in ILR, Vol. V, No. 4. 1954.

Bibliography of Dispute Settlement by Third Parties, (with Harold G. Ross) NTYSSILR at Cornell University, 1955.

Manuscript: "A History of Governmental Mediation and Arbitration in the State of New York."