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9919: The Effect of Minimum Wages Throughout the Wage Distribution
David Neumark, Mark Schweitzer and William Wascher
9916: Currency Portfolios and Nominal Exchange Rates in a Dual Currency Search Economy
Ben Craig and Christopher Waller
9915: Risk Sharing of Disaggregate Macroeconomic and Idiosyncratic Shocks
Gregory Hess and Kwanho Shin
9913: The Impact of Social Security and Other Factors on the Distribution of Wealth
J. Gokhale and Laurence Kotlikoff
9911: Optimal Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy: a General Equilbirium Analysis
Charles Carlstrom and Timothy Fuerst
9909: Protection for Whom? Creditor Conflicts in Bankruptcy
S.D. Longhofer and S.R. Peters
9907: Banking and Commerce: A Liquidity Approach
Joseph Haubrich and Joao Santos
9904: More on Marriage, Fertility, and the Distribution of Income
Jeremy Greenwood, Nezih Guner and J. Knkwles
9901: Maximum Likelihood in the Frequency Domain: a Time to Build Example
Lawrence Christiano and Robert Vigfusson
377: UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE PERSISTENCE ON EMPLOYMENT SHOCKS
Christopher Pissarides
376: THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LEGISLATION SINCE 1979
William Brown and Sushil Wadhwani
375: ARE WAGES FORWARD LOOKING?
R. Moghadam and Simon Wren-Lewis
373: WHAT MAKES A YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR?
David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald
372: UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE DEMAND FOR UNIONS
David Blanchflower, Robert Crouchley, S. Estrin and Andrew Oswald
371: WORKING INTERNATIONALLY
David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald
370: TEN YEARS OF MRS T
Charles Bean and J. Symons
369: ENDOGENOUS GROWTH AND THE PROCYCLICAL BEHAVIOUR OF PRODUCTIVITY
Charles Bean
368: EUROPEAN UNEMPLOYMENT: CAUSE AND CURE
Richard Layard
367: DEMAND AND EMPLOYMENT
Stephen Nickell and P. Kong
366: TECHNICAL PROGRESS AND JOBS
Stephen Nickell and P. Komg
364: SMITHFIELD MEAT MARKET: THE ULTIMATE PRE-ENTRY CLOSED SHOP
D. Matcalf
363: ALTERNATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF A STRUCTURAL MODEL OF JOB SEARCH
Stephen Jones
362: THE DETERMINANTS OF WAGE FLEXIBILITY IN JAPAN: SOME LESSONS FROM A COMPARISON WITH THE UK USING MICRO-DATA
Giorgio Brunello and Sushil Wadhwani
361: WAGES AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING LEGISLATION: THE CASE FOR COMPULSORY ARBITRATION
Janet Currie and S. McConnell
360: STRIKES AND ARBITRATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: CAN LEGISLATION REDUCE DISPUTE COSTS?
Janet Currie and S. McConnell
359: BONUSES, WAGES AND PERFORMANCE IN JAPAN: EVIDENCE FROM MICRO DATA
Giorgio Brunello
358: OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY AND MISSING MARKETS
David Canning
357: JOB SEARCH IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
W. Narendranathan
356: THE EFFECT OF UNIONS ON PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH, INVESTMENT AND EMPLOYMENT: A REPORT ON SOME RECENT WORK
Sushil Wadhwani
355: THE EFFECTS OF UNIONS ON ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE, INVESTMENT AND EMPLOYMENT: EVIDENCE FROM WIRS
Stephen Machin and Sushil Wadhwani
354: THE EFFECTS OF UNIONS ON CORPORATE INVESTMENT: EVIDENCE FROM ACCOUNTS DATA, 1972-86
Sushil Wadhwani and Martin Wall
353: UNIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN BRITAIN, 1974-86: EVIDENCE FROM UK COMPANY ACCOUNTS DATA
Stephen Nickell, Sushil Wadhwani and Martin Wall
352: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF UNION PREFERENCES
Andrew Clark and Andrew Oswald
351: BARGAINING OVER EFFORT
Åsa Rosén
350: EFFICIENT BARGAINS AND THE MCDONALD-SOLOW CONJECTURE
Andrew Clark
349: NON-COOPERATIVE WAGE BARGAINING
Steinar Holden
348: WAGE DRIFT AND BARGAINING: EVIDENCE FROM NORWAY
Steinar Holden
347: THE PASSING OF THE GOLDEN AGE
Andrew Newell and J. Symons
346: LAY-OFFS BY SENIORITY AND EQUILIBRIUM EMPLOYMENT
Richard Layard
345: WAGES AND HOUSE PRICES: CROSS-SECTION EVIDENCE
David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald
344: FEAR, UNEMPLOYMENT AND PAY FLEXIBILITY
David Blanchflower
343: THE THATCHER MIRACLE?
Richard Layard and Stephen Nickell
342: THREE SQUEEZES: THE DEMAND FOR LABOUR DURING DEPRESSIONS
Andrew Newell
341: THE REAL EFFECTS OF TAX-BASED INCOMES POLICIES
R. Jackman and Richard Layard
340: THE WAGE CURVE
David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald
339: UNIONIZATION AND EMPLOYMENT BEHAVIOUR
David Blanchflower, N. Millward and Andrew Oswald
338: WAGE DETERMINATION IN A SIMPLE HIERARCHICAL MODEL WITH A NONZERO PROBABILITY OF PROMOTION
Giorgio Brunello
337: WAGE PREMIUMS AND PROFIT MAXIMISATION IN EFFICIENCY WAGE MODELS
W. Bentley Macleod and James Malcomson
336: LABOUR TURNOVER AND THE NATURAL RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT: EFFICIENCY WAGE VS FRICTIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT
W.B. Macleaod and James Malcomson
335: WAGE FORMATION IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES VIEWED FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
R. Jackman
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