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Growth of labor unions and workers bargaining power in
Skill Training and the Labor Market
Changes in the late 1980s
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argues bargaining power blue-collar labor market blue-collar workers chaebols Chapter characteristics coefficients collective bargaining compensation system Descriptive Statistics Deyo differentiated discussion earnings determination economic educational attainment effect of education effect of labor effect of tenure employment security enterprise unions external market FKTU flexible employment relations function Furthermore human capital variables hypothesis important independent variables individual industrial relations internal labor market Japanese jobs in sector Korean firms Korean government Korean labor market Korean production workers Korean workers labor control labor disputes labor market experience labor unions large firms late matched to jobs matching process monthly multinomial logit multinomial logit regression non-production workers null hypothesis occupations organization percent production system recruiting regard repressive labor policies secondary labor market segmentation selection effect seniority skill level Sociological statistical suggests Support H0 technological changes wage determination wage increases wage negotiation wage system white-collar workers workers and employers workers in large