Wage dynamics in long-term contracts
Philip Jung () and
No 556, 2013 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
We prove existence, monotonicity and differentiability of firm profits and provide first-order conditions that characterize the properties of the optimal contract. We demonstrate how the shape of the contract depends on the persistence and variance of the productivity process, on worker and firm risk, and on non-pecuniary utility components.
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