The Effect of Unionization on Wages in the Public Sector: The Case of Fire Fighters
Examination of the effects of public-sector union, the International Association of Fire Fighters, on the wages of the association's constituent membership. Reasons for expecting demand inelasticity in the case of firemen; Conceptual framework used in the study; Effect of unionism; Significance of the results. (Abstract copyright EBSCO.)
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