2016년 3월 30일 수요일

[발췌] UNIONS, PROTECTIONISM, AND U.S. COMPETITIVENESS


자료: http://www.readperiodicals.com/201001/1985153831.html


※ 발췌 (excerpt):

Union membership has not only shrunk during the era of globalization but unions have become less militant. After peaking in the 1970s, the number of days lost to strikes plummeted into the 1990s. In a survey of 15 major industrialized countries, not including the United States, Piazza (2005: 290) calculates that the number of days per worker lost due to strikes was 1,641 in the 1960s, 2,586 in the 1970s, 1,632 in the 1980s, and a mere 658 in the 1990s.

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