Institutions, history and wage bargaining outcomes: international evidence from the post-world war two era

Minns, Chris and Rizov, Marian (2015) Institutions, history and wage bargaining outcomes: international evidence from the post-world war two era. Business History, 57 (3). pp. 358-375. ISSN 0007-6791

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Abstract

This article uses international evidence to assess the impact of tripartism and other
forms of government involvement in bargaining on wage moderation and wage
dispersion. We find that government involvement in wage bargaining leads to a modest
increase in wage moderation and reduction in wage dispersion. Historic differences in
bargaining institutions between countries have greater moderating effects.

Keywords:tripartism, labour market, wage bargaining, wage moderation, institutions, time-series cross-section data (TSCS), econometric analysis, Bmjconvert, NotOAChecked
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V310 Economic History
L Social studies > L110 Applied Economics
L Social studies > L113 Economic Policy
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
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Deposited On:29 Sep 2015 16:19

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