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Transportation Labor Issues and Regulatory Reform - James H Peoples

Transportation Labor Issues and Regulatory Reform

By: James H Peoples (Editor), Wayne K Talley (Editor)


Published: 24th August 2004
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Regulatory reform in the late 1970s and early 1980s vastly transformed the labor market for transportation workers. Most research in this area focuses on the effect of deregulation on the earnings of nonmanagement company workers in airline, trucking and rail. Deregulation of transportation industries, though, has had a broader effect on workers. For instance, deregulation also influences workers' hours worked per week, working conditions, worker safety, and a host of other labor issues. Deregulation might also influence the earnings of managers and self-employed workers in transportation industries. Examining these issues is valuable because such analysis provides a more complete assessment of labor market changes following the shift to a more market oriented business environment.

Transportation Labor Issues and Regulatory Reform adds to the debate on deregulation's influence on transportation labor markets by presenting empirical evidence on an array of labor market outcomes in transportation industries. Contributions to this volume are categorized by their analysis on worker safety, working conditions and employment opportunities, and by their analysis on managerial and self-employed earnings

Introduction. (J. Peoples, W. K. Talley). Trends in Transportation Employee Injuries Since Economic Deregulation. (I. Savage). The Effects of Trucking Firm Financial Performance on Driver Safety. (D. A. Rodriguez et al.). An Econometric Analysis of the Impact of Technology on the Work Lives of Truck Drivers. (K. A. Monaco, D. L. Belman). Airline Employment, Productivity, and Working Conditions Following Deregulation. (N. Brown et al). Productivity, Technical Change and Labor Relations in Transportation Industries. (D. P. Rich). Shifting Gears in the Corner Office: Deregulation and the Earnings of Trucking Executives. (S. V. Burks et al.). Earnings of Low to Mid-Level Managers in the Airline, Trucking, and Railroad Industries. (J. Bitzan). Owner-Operator Truck Driver Earnings and Employment: Port Cities and Deregulation. (J. Peoples, W. K. Talley).

ISBN: 9780080545523
ISBN-10: 0080545521
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 24th August 2004
Publisher: Elsevier Science