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Theory of Collective Bargaining, The

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The brevity of this essay is as notable as its power to persuade.
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In 1930, W.H. Hutt demonstrated several spectacular points: labor unions cannot lift wages overall; their earnings come at the expense of the consumer; their effect is to cartelize business and reduce free competition to the detriment of everyone. He demonstrated these points with intricate logic that took on the main economic arguments for labor unions. In 1954, this little volume was published in the United States, with a very complimentary essay by none other than Ludwig von Mises, who saw Hutt's work as valid for the ages. Now this great essay is back in print, and all his points still hold true, particularly the least intuitive one that unions actually benefit some producers at the expense of others, and always harm the consumer. The brevity of this essay is as notable as its power to persuade.

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ISBN 9781610160674
eISBN 9781610163859
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2007
Binding PB
Page Length 153
Dimensions 6" x 9"

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The brevity of this essay is as notable as its power to persuade.
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