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Contents

Books

  1. Engelberger, Joseph F. Robotics in Service. MIT Press, 1989. Print.

Works in a Collection

Journal Articles

  1. Ashford, Nicholas A., and Christine Ayers. "Changes and Opportunities in the Environment for Technology Bargaining." Notre Dame Law Review 62 (1987): 810-57. Print.
  2. Bockman, Collin R. "Cybernetic-Enhancement Technology and the Future of Disability Law." Iowa Law Review 95 (2010): 1315-40. Print.
  3. Duong, Wendy N. "Ghetto’ing Workers with Hi-Tech: Exploring Regulatory Solutions for the Effect of Artificial Intelligence on ‘Third World’ Foreign Direct Investment." Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 22 (2008): 63-140. Print.
  4. Kane, Tim. "The Terrifying Liberation of Labor." Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 20 (2006): 815-33. Print.
  5. Moon, Christie A. "Technology, Robotics, and the Work Preservation Doctrine: Future Considerations for Labor and Management." Pepperdine Law Review 14 (1987): 403-20. Print.
  6. Solomon, Lewis D. "The Microelectronics Revolution, Job Displacement, and the Future of Work: A Policy Commentary." Chicago-Kent Law Review 63 (1987): 65-94. Print.
  7. Solomon, Lewis D. "The Microelectronics Revolution, Job Displacement, and the Future of Work: A Policy Commentary." Chicago-Kent Law Review 63 (1987): 65-94. Print.
  8. Zidich, Debra J. "Robotics in the Workplace: The Employer's Duty to Bargain over Its Implementation and Effect on the Worker." Santa Clara Law Review 24 (1984): 917-45. Print.

Conference Proceedings

Web Sources

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