In this article the data are analysed on strike and normal working durations from three industries – the public school system, electronics, and seaports – over the period 1946 to 1987. The duration of strikes experienced immediately prior to negotiation is shown to have a positive effect on a bargaining unit′s duration of normal working during a current contract negotiation. For all three industries the impact of strike duration was greatest immediately following a strike; the longer the duration of the strike, the longer the ensuing normal working time.
Somers, T.M., Gupta, Y.P. and Smith, A.W. (1991), "Lengthy Strikes: Do they Influence the Duration of Peace in the Future?", Employee Relations, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 29-32. https://doi.org/10.1108/01425459110140157Download as .RIS
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