The Impact of Regional Difference in Unionism on Employment
A study of whether changes in unionism affect the aggregate level of employment in the economy and, in particular, whether an individual who lives in an SMSA where unions are weak is more likely to be employed than an individual who lives in an area where unions are strong.
Suggested citation: Montgomery, Edward. “The Impact of Regional Difference in Unionism on Employment,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Review, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 02-11, 03.01.1986.