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My library Help Advanced Book Search. Muysken Limited preview – References to this book Measuring Globalisation: Standard Models of Collective Bargaining. Supply and Demand Behaviors examines the determinants of labor supply and demand; Wage Formation discusses wage determinants, including the zylberbery of the wage policies of firms and collective bargaining; Unemp. Journal of Public Economics77 1pp.
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The very title of the book proceeds from great violence. However, assertions in the book that are at the borderline of reason ultimately make it a caricature that is probably counter-productive. Institutions and Labor Market Performance. Moreover, experiments are not able to take into account the heterogeneity of the effects on populations, to accurately measure the confidence intervals, etc. This shows the danger of basing oneself solely on results measurable by experiments: The economist uses data in much more diverse ways than presented by Cahuc and Zylberberg.
So there is clearly a problem if one answers these questions based on the impact of reductions of social charges near the SMIC wage level. Its command of the literature and its coverage of the latest theoretical, methodological, and empirical developments make it also a valuable resource for practicing labor economists.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wage bargaining with on-the-job zylberberh The science of economics has strong political implications, and is therefore always attacked when generates disturbing results. Here is a concrete illustration of the problem with this approach. Econometric techniques will in all likelihood make more intense use of structural econometrics.
It is not, of course, fiscal irresponsibility with ever greater public debt. Other work, including on financial instability especially that by Moritz Schularik and Alan M. A defence of the integrity of economists is welcome, but it requires real learning and modesty to explain what is known and what is not known.
In a recent work Challe et al. Can we conclude that the transition to 35 hours, a reduction in working time more than ten times as great, has no impact ahd employment? The business press is full of advice from bank economists, markets, institutions and trade unions, all of whom have legitimate, though non-academic, points of view.
The book contains interesting descriptions of the results of recent empirical work using natural experiments for the purpose of evaluating economic policies in the field of education, tax policy, the reduction of working hours, etc.
Labor Economics This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: This work finds no impact from an additional minute reduction in working time on employment. Indeed, recent years following the subprime crisis have witnessed a return of Keynesian approaches, as can be seen in recent publications.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This landmark graduate-level text combines depth and breadth of coverage with recent, cutting-edge work in all the major areas of modern labor economics. The authors castigate ideological criticisms of economics that are unfamiliar with the results or even the practice of economists.
The public voice of economists outside the consensus is necessary and useful. Civic virtue and labor market institutions. Two-tier labour markets in the Great Recession: Economic Journal, pp.