Employment and unemployment effects of unions
An examination of the effect of unions on the aggregate level of employment in the economy.
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Related researchKeywords: Employment (Economic theory)
; Labor unions
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- William C. Gruben & Keith R. Phillips, 1988.
"Unionization and unemployment rates: a re-examination of Olson's labor cartelization hypothesis,"
8807, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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