What do Unions do to Productivity? A Meta-Analysis
The impact of unions on productivity has been an important area of debate in industrial relations and economics. The theoretical and empirical literature has produced conflicting results. In this paper, meta-analysis and meta-regression analysis is used to quantify the association between unions and productivity and reach a quantitative assessment of the empirical literature.
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