Plant Closings: Public Or Private Choices?
Cato Institute, 1984 - 333 pages
Essays, lectures, research papers contributing to the debate on draft legislation concerning plant shutdown restrictions, USA - covers theoretical, empirical and legal aspects, discusses industrial policy and employment policy issues relating to relocation of industry, redundancy, employers liability and responsibility, labour turnover, labour relations implications, etc. Graphs, references, statistical tables.
III Manufacturing Relocations in the United States 19691975
IV Is There a Case for PlantClosing Laws?
V Where Have All the Firms Gone? An Analysis of the New England Economy
An Empirical Test
VII Plant Closings and Worker Dislocation
X SunbeltFrostbelt Confrontation?
XI The Case for Plant Closures
The NLRBs Inherently Destructive Approach
A ThreeStep Analysis
XV Summary Remarks
Statements in Support of the National Employment Priorities Act by US Representative William D Ford
IX The Myth of Deindustrialization
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