Striker Replacements in the United States, Canada, and Mexico: A Review of the Law and Empirical Research A Review of the Law andEmpirical Research



The debate on striker replacements is marked by considerable passion and controversy, with many unions and workers' rights advocates proposing legal prohibitions and employers and “free market” advocates generally opposing such prohibitions. In this article we go beyond the rhetoric and examine the nature and extent of striker replacement laws across North America. We also examine the research evidence on this issue and make suggestions for future research.