Advances in Management and Applied Economics

Industrial Relations in Nigeria: Some Variations or Distinctive Features

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  • Abstract

    This article examines industrial relations in Nigeria based on Dunlop (1958) analysis. It confirms the presence of the three actors, the contexts, an ideology that binds the system and the network of rules that governs the activities/behavior of the actors. It points out those things in the system that are not universal to all other industrial relations systems. These are the distinctive features which are the products of the history of the development of the country’s industrial relations
    system.

    JEL Classification number: J5
    Keywords: Industrial relations, Nigeria, Variations, Distinctive Features
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