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Inflation, employment, wage-bargaining and the law

Simon Deakin

Inflation, employment, wage-bargaining and the law

by Simon Deakin

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Published by Institute of Employment Rights in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At foot of title: Institute of Employment Rights.

StatementSimon Deakin, Jonathan Michie, Frank Wilkinson.
ContributionsMichie, Jonathan., Wilkinson, Frank, 1934-, Institute of Employment Rights.
The Physical Object
Pagination40p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18497267M
ISBN 101873271166
OCLC/WorldCa28965403

The book surveys the main aspects of the unemployment problem. It integrates macroeconomics with a detailed micro-analysis of the labour market. It uses a model to explain the puzzling post-war history of OECD unemployment and shows how unemployment and inflation are affected by systems of wage bargaining and unemployment insurance. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

For low-wage workers the stagnation has been more severe and prolonged: between and , pay adjusted for inflation for the bottom fifth of American earners barely rose at all. Politicians.   “Discuss the effects of centralized vs. decentralized bargaining structures on wages, inflation, strikes, the bargaining process, and the negotiation process” Alina Tiltu Course name: POLI X Collective bargaining is a process that through negotiations establishes terms and conditions that are essential for employment.

  There are conflicting views on whether raising the minimum wage increases inflation. Tied to this is the question of what effect a higher minimum wage has on employment because historically, high. According to the Q4 release of the PayScale Index, which measures the change in wages, real wages for full-time private industry workers have decreased by nearly 7 percent since , meaning Author: Katie Bardaro.


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Get this from a library. Inflation, employment, wage-bargaining and the law. [Simon Deakin; Frank Wilkinson; Jonathan Michie; Institute of Employment Rights.]. The book demonstrates that the gradual growth in the fiscal burden has undermined the effectiveness of this political exchange, lowering the ability of unions' wage policies to affect employment by: This book presents a comprehensive choice-theoretic analysis of the determination of the level of employment and the rate of inflation.

A central feature of the book Inflation the recasting of macroeconomic analysis in terms of a theory of exchange under non-market-clearing by: Specifically, downward nominal wage rigidity and excess unemployment at zero inflation are related to three factors: the coverage of collective agreements, the legal framework at contract renewal Author: Steinar Holden.

It shows how unemployment affects inflation, and discusses whether full employment can ever be combined with price stability. It asks why some groups have higher unemployment rates than : Torberg Falch. Downloadable. Assessing the effects of monetary policy and wage bargaining on employment and inflation in the European Monetary Union (EMU), in the first step a Post-Keynesian competitive claims model of inflation with endogenous money is developed.

In this model the NAIRU is considered to be a short-run limit to employment enforced by independent and conservative central banks. Downloadable. employment This paper develops a model of an open economy containing both sectors in which wages are market-determined and sectors with wage-setting arrangements.

A portion of the latter group of sectors coordinate their wages, Inflation into account that their collective actions influence the equilibrium inflation outcome in an environment in which the central bank engages in discretionary.

The private sector is described by a wage negotiation process between a labour union and a firm. Unlike in the standard literature, the model has the feature that as the distortion of the economy gets larger, namely as the bargaining power of the union increases, the reputational equilibrium with low inflation becomes more likely to by: 2.

An Introduction to Labor Law. Abstract [Excerpt] The purpose of this book is to introduce the reader to the federal law of unions and employers.

This law is composed of two major elements. The first element is the National Labor Relations Act and the amendments to it. The second element is the decisions of the National Labor Relations Board and of.

employment, gross domestic product, inflation, economic growth, and the distribution of income. For example, the population of the United States by mid was approximately million peo-ple.

Slightly less than half, or about million, belonged to the civilian labor force—men and women 16 years old and over who are either work-File Size: 2MB. Governments often intervene in labor markets with the aim of reducing inequality and promoting employment.

Such intervention often results in wage compression and restrictions on how firms use their workers. This paper investigates the impact of such interventions on the labor market conditions faced by low-skill workers in Mauritius.

After their characteristics have been dealt with, as well as the effects of wage policy and the role of wage drift, the relationship between key bargaining, inflation and employment is analysed, showing that the model presented is able to explain by: 9.

Under holdout threats, the bargaining position of the workers depends on the rate of inflation, as the payoffs during a holdout depend on the old nominal contract.

With low inflation, holdout threats are powerful, giving the workers a strong bargaining position. The Federal Minimum Wage, Inflation, and Employment John F. Boschen, Herschel I. Grossman. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No.

r) Issued in April NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Labor Studies This study investigates the effects of Federal minimum wage policy on mini-mum wage employment, aggregate employment, and average wage by: 3.

Inflation, Annual Salary Increases and Wage Negotiation What can we expect from the Wage Negotiation Process. The South African inflation outlook has become increasingly dim with inflation currently at %in December Factors such as the depreciation of the Rand and the drought experienced in various parts of the.

For many years, it has been popularly assumed that inflation increases employment. This belief has rested both on naive and on more sophisticated grounds.

The naive belief goes like this: When more money is printed, people have more "purchasing power"; they buy more goods, and employers take on more workers to make more : Henry Hazlitt. Presenting a neo-Keynesian treatment of macroeconomics, whose use of wage bargaining and price setting under imperfect conditions make product and labor assumptions closer to the real world, the authors look at important applied work on unemployment, inflation, and external balances.

Start studying Inflation/Unemployment Rate Exam. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. - labour unions activities & wage bargaining - employment protection laws - generous unemployment benefits inflation leads to a decrease in the value of real income only when nominal income is constant.

Presenting a neo-Keynesian treatment of macroeconomics, whose use of wage bargaining and price setting under imperfect conditions make product and labor assumptions closer to the real world, the authors look at important applied work on unemployment, inflation, and external by: They interpreted their Phillips curve in the following way (Page ): 1.

In order to have wages increase at no more than 21/2 percent per annum characteristics of our productivity growth, the American economy would seem on the basis of twentieth-century and postwar experience to have to undergo something like 5 to 6 per cent of the civilian labor force’s being unemployed.

Other articles where Bargaining theory of wages is discussed: wage and salary: Bargaining theory: The bargaining theory of wages holds that wages, hours, and working conditions are determined by the relative bargaining strength of the parties to the agreement.

Smith hinted at such a theory when he noted that employers had greater bargaining strength than employees.a downward trend in prices, wages, and business activity; a deflationary pattern in which falling prices cause a business slow-down, which in turn leads to lower wages, a further fall in prices, and even less business activity.

Cost Push Inflation.reaches rates of 7 to 10 percent. So, while inflation does appear to add grease, the net benefits of inflation peak at CPI levels of about percent and are probably an order of magnitude less than previous grease-only benefit estimates. Thus, many fears about the impact of low inflation on labor markets are probably exaggerated.