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Economics | The New Collective Bargaining

The New Collective Bargaining

Chaison, Gary

2012, VIII, 71 p. 2 illus.

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Content Level » Research

Keywords » Concession bargaining - Employees - Labor costs - Ultra-Concession Bargaining - Unions - ​Collective bargaining

Related subjects » Economics - Industrial Organization - Labor Economics

Table of contents 

​​​ ​Chapter 1. Introduction: What is Concession Bargaining?.- Chapter 2. The World of Concession Bargaining.- Chapter 3. The First Wave: Concession Bargaining in the 1980s.- Chapter 4. The Second Wave: The Ultra-Concession Bargaining of the Past Decade.- Chapter 5. The Message Behind the New Ultra-Concession Bargaining​​

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