The "limited capital-labor accord": May it rest in peace?
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This essay takes on a major pillar of the social structures of accumulation (SSA) literature: the "limited capital-labor accord." The accord is shorthand for an industrial relations structure based on job-control, politically conservative unionism, and state-regulated collective bargaining during the period of 1948-1973. Our essay shows how this stylized assumption of industrial relations history has been empirically rejected by labor and business history and industrial relations scholarship since the 1980s. © 2008 Union for Radical Political Economics.
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Review of Radical Political Economics
Mcintyre, Richard, and Michael Hillard. "The "limited capital-labor accord": May it rest in peace?." Review of Radical Political Economics 40, 3 (2008): 244-249. doi: 10.1177/0486613408320003.