Labor Market

January 1979
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan79, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p282
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the work undertaken by various researchers relating to labor market. Researchers James Kuhn and Ivar Berg in Columbia are using case materials to explore the conflicts that emerge in an industrial democracy under conditions of relatively slow growth. An economic model for the New York Standard Consolidated Area and the Baltimore Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area is being developed by Matthew Drennan. In Princeton, the unionization and unemployment behavior is being investigated by John Abowd using the Michigan Panel Study of Income Dynamics.


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