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Unions and Economic Competitiveness
Unions and Economic Competitiveness
By: Lawrence Mishel and Paula B Voos, eds.


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book, 368 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 1991
ISBN:873328280
The findings of the authors do not support the oft-cited claim that unions are to blame for the decline in American international competitiveness. To the contrary, the authors provide impressive evidence to show that unions are a positive influence on productivity, worker motivation, and competitiveness in general.

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