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Cost-of-Living Adjustment Clauses in Union Contracts: A Summary of Results

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  • Ehrenberg, Ronald G
  • Danziger, Leif
  • San, Gee

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  • Ehrenberg, Ronald G & Danziger, Leif & San, Gee, 1983. "Cost-of-Living Adjustment Clauses in Union Contracts: A Summary of Results," Journal of Labor Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 1(3), pages 215-245, July.
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