Statutory compliance mandates, Macroeconomics

To the extent that statutory compliance mandates conditions that formerly were only available to workers who had union negotiating power to win such conditions at the bargaining table, one may argue the marginal advantages of union membership have grown less over time. In some degree, this may have contributed to the decline in union membership, although other factors have probably been far more important. Please comment.

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