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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
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2nd Edition
Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
ISBN: 9781947172364
Textbook Problem

Compared with the share of workers in most other high-income countries, is the share of U.S. workers whose wages are determined by union bargaining higher or lower? Why or why not?

To determine

The share of USA worker's (whose wage is negotiated by union bargaining) as compared to the share of national income of workers in other high-income countries.

Explanation

Table2: Average Hourly Compensation Costs in Manufacturing, Average National Income, and Hours in Manufacturing Needed to Earn Average National Income, Selected Countries, 2015

    Table 1: “Labor’s Share” of National Income, Selected Countries, 2013
    United Kingdom 62.3%
    Japan59.6%
    France59%
    Germany57.9%
    United States56.4%
    Canada56.0%
    Italy55.4%
    Australia54.8%

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