Academics on Employee Free Choice – Multidisciplinary Approaches to Labor Law Reform

Source: John Logan ed., UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, May 2009

This report includes 13 essays on the Employee Free Choice Act, labor law, and unionization by professors and experts at nine universities and colleges throughout California. It addresses such topics as problems with current U.S. labor law; the potential impact of labor law reform on the economy; and how unionization affects such industries as the long-term care sector. Its contributors hail from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, University of Southern California, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside, UC Santa Cruz, and Occidental College.

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