Nominal and Real Union Wage Differentials and the Effects of Industry and SMSA Density: 1973-83
Many studies have examined the influence of union density (union members as a percentage of all workers) on earnings in the private sector, but few such studies have looked at the public sector. Using data from the 1991 Current Population Survey, this ...
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