Publication Date

5-1995

Abstract

[Excerpt] Cohn's study is based on an analysis of wage and strike data from French coal miners between 1890 and 1935. Using a statistical analysis of the relative impact of strike activity and market determinants on changes in coal miner wages over the 45-year period, as well as a more traditional historical review of primary union, government, and employer sources, Cohn comes to some rather interesting conclusions about the relationship between strike activity and wage outcomes.

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Bronfenbrenner, K. (1995). [Review of the book When strikes make sense—and why: Lessons from Third Republic coal miners]. [Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, ILR School site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/561

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© Sage Publications. Final version published as: Bronfenbrenner, K. (1995). Review of the book [When strikes make sense—and why: Lessons from Third Republic coal miners]. Work and Occupations, 22(2), 234-235. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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