Trade Unions and the American Economy Term Paper by Econ Master

Trade Unions and the American Economy
A look at the relationship between big business and its employees, trade unions and their effects on the American economy.
# 1003 | 1,525 words | 5 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Apr 13, 2001 in Economics (General)


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This paper presents an analysis of how trade unions keep the American economy stable.

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" Over recent years, it has become fashionable in many quarters to write off trade unions, to label them as obsolete institutions out of touch with new realities and incapable of change. In today's world of individual employment contracts, performance-related pay schemes, Human Resource and Total Quality Management and all the other ingredients of the so-called "new" workplace, trade unions are often regarded as anachronistic obstacles preventing success of the market economy. As collective voluntary organizations that represent employees in the workplace, it is argued, trade unions no longer serve a useful purpose. "

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