1st Edition

Incomes Policy and the Public Sector

By Campbell Balfour Copyright 1972
    292 Pages
    by Routledge

    294 Pages
    by Routledge

    Originally published in 1972, Incomes Policy and the Public Sector is a consideration of the work conducted by The National Board for Prices and Incomes from 1965 to 1970.

    The Board, commonly known as the PIB, was intended to be the instrument through which an incomes policy could be shaped and guided in Britain. This book looks first at the reports that it made, and the criteria and judgements used, and then examines incomes policy by studying its impact in several areas in the public sector.

    Incomes Policy and the Public Sector offers a comprehensive overview of incomes policy from 1965-1970 and puts the reader in touch with ‘real economic situations’.

    Introduction; 1: Collective Bargaining; 2: The Work of the Prices and Incomes Board; 3: The Bus Industry; 4: Local Government; 5: The Universities; 6: The Airlines; 7: The Public Sector; 8: Retrospect and Prospect; 9: Postscript: the XYZ of an Incomes Policy


    Campbell Balfour was Senior Lecturer in Industrial Relations at University College, Cardiff