The Industrial Relations book collection has been integrated into the Firestone Library circulating and reference collections. Circulating books can be charged at the main Circulation Desk on the 1st Floor unless marked otherwise. Books about labor and industrial relations can be identified through the Catalog.
The following indexes of Library of Congress call numbers provide two ways of identifying books about industrial relations topics:
Pamphlets and other items
There are approximately 60,000 pamphlets and additional reports, contracts, and other items from the Industrial Relations collection on a wide range of subjects. The pamphlets were published from the 1920s to 1989; other items were published from the 1920s to the early 1990s. All have been cataloged and are housed in ReCAP, the university's off-campus storage facility. Search the Catalog by entering IR as call number(browse). For pamphlets, you may also browse a hyperlinked alphabetical topic list (below). To access a physical item, submit a ReCAP request from the catalog record.
Written by the Industrial Relations Section faculty, graduate students, and visitors.
To locate industrial relations titles recently cataloged by Princeton University Library:
Research files for "Using Market Valuation to Assess Public School Spending," (with Lisa Barrow), Journal of Public Economics 88, no. 9-10 (August 2004): 1747-1769.” Materials in the collection are organized by state, in alphabetical order.
Location: (RCPPB) IR-11957