Labor Bargaining Power
Topic Bargaining Power

Increasing evidence demonstrates the ways in which bargaining power shapes economic outcomes. One’s economic success is not merely defined by individual characteristics such as education. Equitable Growth’s work on unions and collective action in the United States examines the ways in which institutions intersect with economic trends and individual characteristics to ensure that workers can share in the gains of the economic growth to which they contribute.

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Schooled by strikes: How strikes shape workers’ views about the U.S. labor movement

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Do Teacher Strikes Make Parents Pro- or Anti-Labor? The Effects of Labor Unrest on Mass Attitudes

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From Decent to Lousy Jobs: New Evidence on the Decline in American Job Quality, 1979-2017

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The once and future role of strikes in ensuring U.S. worker power

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What kind of labor organizations do U.S. workers want?

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How U.S. Workers Think About Workplace Democracy: The Structure of Individual Worker Preferences for Labor Representation

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