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Allan Flanders (27 July 1910 – 29 September 1973) was a British academic, author, and founding member of the Oxford School of Industrial Relations, along with Hugh Clegg, Alan Fox, Lord William McCarthy, Sir George Bain and Otto Kahn-Freund.Peter Ackers and Adrian Wilkinson, "British Industrial Relations Paradigm: A Critical Outline History and Prognosis," Journal of Industrial Relations 47, no. 4 (2005): pp. 443–456,, p.444) The school was a developer of the idea of collective bargaining and overall proponents of bargaining power, legal contracts, normative regulation and institutionalized conflict resolutions as issues of significance and focus in the field of industrial relations.Yiannis Gabriel, "Collective Bargaining: A Critique Of The Oxford School," The Political Quarterly 49, no. 3 (1978): pp. 334–348,, p.348)

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London, Hutchinson, 1968
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London : Hutchinson, [1952]
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London : Institute of Personnel Management, 1966
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London : Fabian Publications: Victor Gollancz Ltd., [1950]
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