Labor Economics: Theory, Institutions, and Public Policy

By Ray Marshall; Vernon M. Briggs Jr. | Go to book overview

INDEX
Abernathy, William, 462-64
Ability, 178, 191-92
versus seniority, 275
and social classes, 202
and unions, 343, 345, 349-50
Accelerationist hypothesis, 109-10
Active labor market policies, 417-19, 588, 619-20, 624
Adair v. The United States ( 1908), 310
Adams, Gerard, 518
Adenauer, Konrad, 387
Administration, versus management, 464
Adult education, 595
Advancement; see Promotions
Affirmative action, 571, 577-78, 620-21
Africa, 22, 32, 34, 67
Age
discrimination based on, 584-85
and population structure, 138, 151-53
women's, 567
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1968, 584
Agency shops, 273, 337
Agrarianism, 298
Agreement on Efficiency and Participation, 416
Agricultural Labor Relations Board, 351
Agriculture, 16, 73, 173-74
in colonial US, 294-95
in developing countries, 25, 27-28
hours of work in, 520
minimum wage in, 516
productivity in, 47-48
and structural unemployment, 591-92
technology for, 59, 95, 97
unions in, 350-53, 356
Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, 543-44
Airline Pilots Association, 168, 365
Altgeld, John P., 306, 309
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, 204, 308
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), 308, 320, 321
American Alliance of Labor and Democracy, 312-15
American Arbitration Association, 279
American Conservation Corps, 601
American Federation of Government Employees, 346
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 301-5, 482
and CIO, 317-21, 325-26, 328-30
and hours of work, 522
and IWW, 306-7
and restraint-of-trade doctrine, 311
war support by, 312-15
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, 346, 348-49
American Federation of Teachers, 346, 347, 349
American Labor Union (ALU), 306
American Motors Corporation (AMC), 509
American Plan, 314
American Railway Union (ARU), 309
American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T), 455-56, 571
Amtrak, 543
Analytical methods, 4-5, 292-93
Anarchism, 301, 305
Antitrust laws
and closed shops, 270
and codetermination, 509
unions under, 310-11, 499-500
Apprenticeship programs, 168, 180, 589
and antitrust laws, 500
minorities and women in, 577, 602-3
Arbitration, 278-79, 488; see also Mediation
in Britain, 376
in Japan, 421
of national emergency disputes, 490-91
in Scandinavia, 409-10
Area Redevelopment Act ( 1961), 604
Arrow, Kenneth, 550
Asbestos industry, 526-27
Ashenfelter, Orley, 282
Asia, 20-22, 64, 67
immigration from, 153, 574
Assumption-of-risk principle, 525
Athos, A. G., 461
Austria, 399-401
Austrian Trade Union Federation (OeGB), 400
Automation, 51, 93-94
and productivity, 101
skilled workers for, 103, 214
types of, 101 n
Automobile industry
and industrial composition of employment, 174
management systems in, 65
strikes in, 243, 245
unions in, 318-19, 320; see also United Auto Workers (UAW)
Average product of labor, 161-63
Ayres, R. W., 100, 101
Baby boom, 138, 152
and income polarization, 83
and overeducation, 216
and structural unemployment, 592
Baer, George F., 481
Bakery and Confectionery Workers union, 333-34
Bakke case, 577
Baldridge, Malcolm, 464
Bales, Edward W., 230
Barkin, Solomon, 361
Barnett, George E., 362
Batten, William H., 457
Becker, Gary S., 178, 550
Bennett Amendment, 581
Berg, Elliot, 32, 34
Bergmann, Barbara, 114

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