Economic Factors Affecting Trade Unions

  • Michael A. Oyelere


The preceding chapter examined the effect of political changes on the unions. The chapter used several examples of political policies from different regimes to illustrate how political decisions affected the unions. In this chapter the implications of government economic decisions on the unions will be examined. Successive governments, as earlier presented in Chapter 4, took economic decisions that had significant implication for the unions and these will be discussed in more detail in this chapter.


Minimum Wage Trade Union World Trade Organisation Collective Bargaining Union Membership 
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© Michael A. Oyelere 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael A. Oyelere
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  1. 1.Regent’s Business School LondonUK

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