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The Influence of Unionism Upon Earnings

Arthur M. Ross
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 62, No. 2 (Feb., 1948), pp. 263-286
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1883222
Page Count: 24
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The Influence of Unionism Upon Earnings
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Abstract

Introduction: scope of the paper, 263.--I. Unionism and earnings, 1933-45: the data, 264; analysis of relative wage movements, 267.--II. Alternative hypotheses: differences in skill, 274; urban and rural industries, 275; proportion of women, 276; degree of monopoly, 277; expanding and contracting industries, 277; summary of these considerations, 279.--III. Unionism and earnings, 1890-1926: Douglas' data, 280; appraisal of the indexes, 281; a more fundamental objection, 282.--IV. Implications, 284.

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