A monopoly union model of wage determination with taxes and endogenous capital stock: an empirical application to the finnish manufacturing industry
Seppo Honkapohja () and
No 24/1990, Research Discussion Papers from Bank of Finland
The paper formulates a model of wage determination in accordance with the notion of a monopoly union determining wages after which the firm decides on employment. The novelty is to incorporate investment and capital decisions by firms. In the theoretical part the subgame-perfect Nash equilibrium and its comparative statics for wages, capital stock and employment are characterized in various cases.
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