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Modern Labour Economics Chapter 13 Unions and the Labour Market
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Table 13.1 – Union Membership and  Bargaining Coverage, Selected Countries,  1980 and 1984 
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Figure 13.1 – Union Membership and  Membership as a Proportion of Non- Agricultural Paid Workers, 1921-2002 
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Table 13.2 – Percentage of All Wage and  Salary Workers Covered by a Collective  Agreement, 1997 and 2001 
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Figure 13.2 – Effects of Demand Growth  and Wage Elasticity of Demand on the  Market Constraints Faced by Unions 
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Figure 13.3 – Union Maximizes Utility  Subject to the Constraint of the Labour  Demand Curve 
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Figure 13.4 – Employer Isoprofit Curves 
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Figure 13.5 – The Contract Curve–-The  Locus of Efficient Contracts 
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Figure 13.6 – The Demand for and Supply  of Unionization 
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Figure 13.7 – Union Membership as a  Proportion of All Workers, Canada and  United States, 1980-1997 
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Table 13.3 – Union Representation 
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Unformatted text preview: Elections and Unfair Labour Practice Complaints Issued by NLRB, 1970-1999 Figure 13.8 – Work Stoppages in Canada, 1901-2000 Figure 13.9 – Hicks’s Bargaining Model and Expected Strike Length Figure 13.10 – Spillover Effects of Unions on Wages and Employment Figure 13.11 – Threat Effects of Unions on Wages and Employment in Nonunion Sector Table 13A.1 – Percentage of U.S. Wage and Salary Workers Who Are Union Members, by Selected Characteristics, 2000 Figure 13B.1 – Utility Function for a Risk-Averse Party: Uncertainty about Arbitrator Decision Leads to Contract Zone Figure 13B.2 – Increased Uncertainty about Arbitrator’s Decision Increases Size of the Contract Zone Figure 13B.3 – Utility Function for a Risk-Neutral Party: Contract Zone Is Reduced to a Single Point...
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2010 for the course ECON ECON 3360 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '10 term at Carleton CA.

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