Youth-adult differences in the demand for unionization: Are American, British, and Canadian workers all that different?
We examine demand for union membership amongst young and adult workers in Britain, Canada, and the United States. Using a model of representation advanced by Farber (1983, 2001) and Riddell (1993), we find that a majority of the union density differential between young and adult workers in all three...
|Place of publication:||
New York Springer-Verlag 01.12.2005
JOURNAL OF LABOR RESEARCH
Transaction Publishers, Inc
|published in:||Journal of labor research Vol. 26; no. 1; pp. 155 - 167|
|Data of publication:||20051200|
Journal of Labor Research
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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