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Profitability, Union Spillover Effects, and the Efficiency of Union Contracting With Stephen Bronars and Donald Deere Working Paper, Yale University, January 1991
Unions and Market Power With John Abowd Working Paper, Yale University, June 1989
Comparisons Between Public and Private Sector Union Wage Differentials: Does the Legal Environment Matter? NBER Working Paper No. 2755, November 1988
Testing Strategic Bargaining Models Using Stock Market Data NBER Working Paper No. 2754, November 1988
Seniority Rules and the Gains from Union Organization NBER Working Paper No. 2039, October 1986
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