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Title: Arbitrator Decision-Making in Multi-Issue Disputes
Authors: Olson, Craig A.
Keywords: arbitration
arbitration decision-making
dispute settlement
Issue Date: 1-Jan-1992
Series/Report no.: Working Papers (Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section) ; 296
Abstract: Most research on arbitrator decision-making has used a model that assumes there is only one disputed issue. This study shows this model is not appropriate in multi—issue disputes under a final—offer by package law. Using data from Wisconsin, I find arbitrators do give substantial weight to non-wage issues in multi-issue disputes. However, the written awards of arbitrators substantially understate the weight given to non-wage issues in the final offer selection.
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