Explaining Canada's High Unionization Rates
— Published on August 31, 2005
This Alert explores the reasons for the significant divergence in Canada's unionization rate with that in the United States. Many Canadians support the notion that Canada's relatively high unionization rate is a result of democratic choice by workers. This study shows a number of important alternative explanations for Canada's higher unionization rates also exist, yet are largely ignored.
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