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Labor Unions Strike Lengths: Correcting for Prestrike Article Critique

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Strike Lengths: Correcting for Prestrike Announcements and the Ratio of Bargaining Size to Firm Size

Anticipating the duration of a labor strike can be vital for both sides of the dispute, as well as outside observers (Finley, 2010). This study attempts to provide a model that can provide insights into how long a strike can be predicted to last based on factors such as the portion of the total number of employees who participate in the strike; which serves as something of a proxy for bargaining power. It was hypothesized that this percentage would be a better indicator of the strike duration than the firm's size or total number of workers. Thus the ratio provides a more insights to strike dynamics that other…. [read more]

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