Law and industrial arbitration in New South Wales, 1890-1912
The early history of compulsory industrial arbitration in New South Wales between 1890 and 1912 is examined from the viewpoint of a semi-autonomous legal sub-system. The concepts of legalism, juridification, justiciability and corporatism from the sociology of law and general social theory are discussed to raise problems associated with the adoption of legal concepts and institutions for the resolution of industrial disputes.
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