10 Journal of Labor Research 255 (1989)
This study examines NLRB bargaining orders that have gone to appeals courts and ascertains what factors influence whether or not the order is enforced and to what degree these factors influence the likelihood of enforcement. Substantial information has been collected from each reported appellate decision that reviewed NLRB bargaining orders issued over a four-year period. A probit regression model is employed to examine whether factors related to an employer's unfair labor practice campaign are involved in the circuit court's enforcement decisions or if more weight is given to unrelated factors, such as the circuit in which the appeal is heard or the amount of judicial delay involved in the appeals process.
Bethel, Terry A. and Melfi, C. A,, "A Probit Model of NLRB Bargaining Order Cases in the Appellate Courts" (1989). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2463.