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Title: Union relative wage effects - a cross-section analysis using establishment data
Author(s): Blanchflower, David
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Issue Date: Nov-1984
Date Deposited: 13-Dec-2012
Citation: Blanchflower D (1984) Union relative wage effects - a cross-section analysis using establishment data. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 22 (3), pp. 311-332.
Abstract: Reports the influence of trade-unions on the wages of their members in Great Britain. Comparison between the wages of union members and non-union members; Importance of the skill structure of the workforce in determining gross wage of an employee; Union related wage effects on semi-skilled manual workers.
DOI Link: 10.1111/j.1467-8543.1984.tb00170.x
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