Trade Unions, Collective Bargaining and Labour Attitudes
Like the rest of the book this chapter is concerned with influences on the growth of output. It therefore does not consider the impact of labour attitudes, unions, and the collective bargaining framework on rates of inflation but examines how these three interdependent phenomena may have contributed to the low growth of productivity in the United Kingdom since 1950. To do so it is necessary to compare, as well as is possible, the relevant aspects of these phenomena in various Western countries.
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