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Unbundling worker and manager preferences for workplace organization: understanding support for new forms of labor representation

The rate of unionization remains low in the United States, and as new forms of worker representation emerge, we need to better understand what workers want from labor organizations and how employee preferences differ across industries and occupations. This project will field a relatively large-scale survey, with embedded survey experiments, to examine what aspects of labor organization are preferred by workers and management.

Alexander Hertel-Fernandez

Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs

Yasmine Ergas

Lecturer in the Discipline of International and Public Affairs; Associate Director, Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Scott Barrett

Lenfest-Earth Institute Professor of Natural Resource Economics

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