Wage differences among manufacturing establishments

Bailey, William R.; Schwenk, Albert E.
May 1971
Monthly Labor Review;May71, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p16
Academic Journal
Analyzes the relationship between the level of wage rates and establishment size, the degree of unionization and the degree of concentration. Factors attributing to the simple association between wage differentials and concentration of industry; Use of regression analysis in estimating wage differentials.


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