Economic Models of Trade Unions

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Over the 1980s unions have lost about 5 million members in OECD countries. The proportion of unionized workers is increasing in the services, public sector and among women. Today, almost two out of five union members are employed in the public sector. Wide differences remain in the levels of unionization in diverse countries, while in the United States, France and Spain union members account now for little more than 10% of the labour force, in the Nordic countries (Sweden, Finland and Denmark) the corre'sponding figure is ...

Economic Models of Trade Unions 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789401050494

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Economic Models of Trade Unions 1991, Chapman & Hall, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780412369902

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