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Published by Allen & Unwin in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Labor unions -- United States.,
  • Wages -- United States.,
  • Cost and standard of living -- United States.,
  • Industrial relations -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBarry T. Hirsch, John T. Addison.
ContributionsAddison, John T.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD6508 .H48 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 337 p. ;
Number of Pages337
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2537772M
ISBN 100043310974, 0043310982
LC Control Number85018690

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[Excerpt] This book surveys, synthesizes, and critically analyzes the rapidly growing theoretical and empirical literature on unions and dispute resolution. The focus is primarily on the United States literature, although references to studies from Canada and the United Kingdom are also included. That the survey is complete and up-to-date is suggested by the thirty pages of references at the. Abstract This book analyses the crucial features of unionised labour markets. The models in the book refer to labour contracts between unions and management, but the method of analysis is also. Book chapter Full text access Chapter Six - A Differential Game Between the Labour Unions of Different Countries Pages Download PDF. The Economics of Trade Unions offers the first comprehensive review, analysis and evaluation of the empirical literature on the microeconomic effects of trade unions using the tools of meta-regression analysis to identify and quantify the economic impact of trade unions, as well as to correct research design faults, the effects of selection bias and model misspecification.

Offering a comprehensive account of the role of trade unions in Asia today, this book, put together by two editors who have published extensively in the areas of business and economics in Asia, covers all the important Asian economies: both developed and a. The authors present a remarkably balanced treatment and, for the most part, do not allow their own ideological orientation toward unions to influence their analyses. "Review of the Book The Economic Analysis of Unions: New Approaches and Evidence" by Ronald G Ehrenberg. The book looked at unions from two perspectives: first, what we called the monopoly face of union – unions acting as raisers of benefits for their members – and second, the voice face of unions, or how unions represented labour in the workplace and in the body politic, giving voice to people who otherwise wouldn’t have had much say.   THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF LABOR UNIONS REVISITED Richard K. Vedder, Ph.D. & Lowell E. Gallaway, Ph.D. Volume 20 Using a variety of statistical techniques, we conclude that labor unions have reduced U.S. output by significant amounts - trillions of dollars over time.