The majority of US workers live in "employment monopsonies" where there is little or no competition for workers

12/21/2017 |  574
  Published by Boing Boing

In Labor Market Concentration, a new working paper from economists at U Penn, U Navarra and the Roosevelt Institute, researchers analyze a large US government data-set to determine how many workers live in markets where there is effective only one or two employers, a situation called "monoposony" (when a single buyer has a monopoly). (more…)


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