Foundations of Labor and Employment Law
Samuel Estreicher, Stewart J. Schwab
Foundation Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Law - 416 pages
This publication is an edited collection of articles displaying leading interdisciplinary thinking in regard to both labor and employment law. The contents are broadly grouped into four parts: frameworks for analyzing labor markets; regulation of labor relations; legal regulation of employment contracts; and the future of labor and employment law. Articles reflect topics such as the changing face of industrial relations, the decline of private sector unionism, employment at will, minimum wages and pensions, looking abroad, reforming unions and labor law, and models for an individualistic future.
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Frameworks for Analyzing Labor Markets
Models of Unions
B Evidence on Union Wage Effects
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agreement American arbitration argues at-will at-will employment bargaining power bargaining unit behavior Board Canada capital co-determination Coase Theorem collective bargaining common law compensation competitive contingent workforce contract curve corporate councils countries courts deadweight losses decisions decline demand curve dismissal economic effects efficient contract elections employ employee ownership example firm firm's higher hire incentive income individual investments just-cause labor law labor market Labor Relations Law Review legislation low-wage mandated benefits mandatory median voter model ment minimal terms minimum wage monopoly monopsonist monopsony negotiations NLRA NLRB nonunion nonunion workers Notes and Questions optimal organization parties payroll tax pension percent preferences problem product market profits protection reduce regulation relationship relative rent-seeking risk rule Shunto social stay clause strike sunk cost surplus theory tion trade union representation union wage voter model wage rate workforce workplace