Edited by Gabriel Fagan, Francesco Paolo Mongelli and Julian Morgan
Institutions and Wage Formation in the New Europe addresses the role played by institutions in European wage formation with a focus on EMU and institutional change in labour markets.
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- Institutions and Wage Formation in the New Europe
- Chapter 1: Is European wage-setting different? Evidence from the Occupational Wages around the World data file
- Chapter 2: What determines the reservation wages of unemployed workers? New evidence from German micro data
- Chapter 3: Labour as a buffer: Do temporary workers suffer?*
- Chapter 4: Moving from the external to an internal labour market: job tenure, cycle and wage determination
- Chapter 5: Wage developments in the early years of EMU
- Chapter 6: Wage formation in the Italian private sector after the 1992Â„93 Income Policy Agreements
- Chapter 7: A widening scope for non-wage components in collective bargaining in the EU?*
- Chapter 8: Aggregation and euro area Phillips curves
- Chapter 9: Wage flexibility in Britain: Some micro and macro evidence
- Chapter 10: Centralized bargaining and reorganized work: Are they compatible?
- Chapter 11: The impact of active labour market policies in Europe
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