The Union Avoidance Industry in the United States

  title={The Union Avoidance Industry in the United States},
  author={J. Logan},
  journal={New Institutional Economics},
  • J. Logan
  • Published 2006
  • Economics
  • New Institutional Economics
  • This paper analyses the development of the union avoidance industry in the United States during the past half-century. Focusing on one leading example from each group, it examines the activities of the four main actors that constitute that industry: consultants, law firms, industry psychologists and strike management firms. Although these firms have experienced a fall in business as unions have declined in strength and numbers - a development that the union avoidance industry has contributed to… CONTINUE READING
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