A push by the UAW to get back concessions it gave up when Chrysler and GM declared bankruptcy leaves the union stuck in a "time warp," Senior Economist David Littmann told Bloomberg today.

"They want to make things the way they were, and they're not," Littmann added.

Paul Kersey, labor policy director, addressed this issue as far back as January after the UAW filed a grievance against Ford.

Littmann also recently addressed the economic impact of road construction on businesses in The Detroit News.


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