By D. Lewin, B. Kaufman
Quantity 12 of Advances in commercial and hard work kin (AILR) includes 8 papers that care for modern and old points of unionism and other kinds of union illustration, union-management family, union political job, hard work marketplace law, and interpretations of chosen best hard work students' writings in regards to the evolution of welfare capitalism within the U.S. 4 of those papers, by way of Daniel & Siebert. Borgers. Rubinstein, and Pereles, have been winners of the 2002 AILR commercial kin examine organization (IRRA) ''best papers'' festival.
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01). Labor Market Regulation and Production Worker Hiring Standards 49 Table 3. Key Country Variables: Changes mid-1970s to Mid-1990s. K. S. Missouri 75–79 90–94 Union Densityc Tax Wedged Average Tenure of the Workforce Notes: The tax wedge is defined as total taxes divided by GDP. a Authors’ Computations (see Appendix). 3). 2), Van Ruysseveldt and Visser (1996, Table A19), Waddington et al. S. tabulations). d Europe: OECD National Accounts Statistics, Vol. : Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Economic Analysis.
3. Other examples in this vein are provided by Fairris (1995), Jacoby (1997), and Nelson (1989). Also see the discussion in Millis and Montgomery (1945) who write, “. . whatever their origin, most company unions have not been merely obstructionist organizations or an insurance against trade unionism. For they have usually had as an objective positive or constructive functions of one kind or another” (p. 873). 4. For instance, in Fairris’s (1995) excellent analysis of company unions, he asserts without supplying any evidence that “company unions .
The data in Fig. 1 encompass over 80% of the workers covered by the survey and relate to the industries used in the regression analysis below. 20. Senator Wagner subscribed to a widespread view that the Depression was caused in large part by production growing faster than household incomes during the 1920s. The subsequent surfeit of unsold products induced firms to cut prices and costs (especially wages), but these wage reductions served only to aggravate the problem of under-consumption. A halt was needed in the successive rounds of wage cuts and, even more, policy needed to effect a redistribution of incomes away from profits and toward labor incomes.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Vol. 12 by D. Lewin, B. Kaufman