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Mandatory Arbitration and Inequality of Justice in Employment

@inproceedings{J2015MandatoryAA,
  title={Mandatory Arbitration and Inequality of Justice in Employment},
  author={S. J.},
  year={2015}
}
Economic inequality is a central challenge of our time. Much attention has rightly been given to the growth in income and wealth inequality in the United States, reaching levels not seen since the 1920s.' This rise in economic inequality has occurred in conjunction with a shift in the governance of the workplace with a decline in union representation to only 12.5% of the workforce in 2012.2 Declining unionization is itself one of the factors leading to greater wage inequality' and a diminished… Expand
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