The Limits of Collective Bargaining in Public Employment (with Harry H. Wellington), 78 Yale Law Journal 1107 (1969)
While there seems to be considerable justification for viewing the
public employee as the functional equivalent of the private employee,
we believe collective bargaining cannot be fully transplanted from the
private sector to the public. The reasons why this is so are reasons,
moreover, that should lead lawyers to a rather more sympathetic treatment
of delegation and sovereignty. Our argument begins with the
rationale for collective bargaining in the private sector.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Winter, Ralph K. Jr. and Wellington, Harry H., "The Limits of Collective Bargaining in Public Employment" (1969). Faculty Scholarship Series. 2178.