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Untitled - I-Revues


Source : "Wages and hours of work" Japan Institute of Labour, n°. 3,1984. En 1984, dans l'industrie manufacturière, les salaires ...

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Algeria pays a high price in terms of destruction, a price that experts call the wages of fire. It must be admitted that as time goes on this cost is ...

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n°24 Bis


de A VERHAGE - 2009 - Autres articlesAs a result of state policy that leads to low wages, low pensions, ... and an informal wage. The informal character of these wages can be ...

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Working in family firms: less paid but more secure? Evidence from French matched employer-employee data

Bassanini, Andrea; Breda, Thomas; Caroli, Eve; Rebérioux, Antoine

We study the compensation package offered by family firms. Using matched employer-employee data for a sample of French establishments in the 2000s, we first show that family firms pay on average lower wages to their workers. This family/non-family wage gap is robust to controlling for several establ...

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Wages and employment of French workers with African origin

Aeberhardt, Romain; Fougère, Denis; Pouget, Julien; Rathelot, Roland

Our study proposes an econometric decomposition of the wage gap and of the difference in employment probabilities between French workers whose both parents had French citizenship at birth and French workers whose at least one parent had the citizenship of an African country at birth. For that purpos...

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Furthermore, average annual wages in state firms declined clearly from 1957 to ...... they had to pay US, Canadian or Australian wage rates. ...

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wage claims. Nevertheless inflation has direct and indirect .... advantages (low wages and raw mate- rials) are not generally available in the European ...

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workers a competitive advantage over their low-wage competition else- where. It is the only hope we see to stem the decline of real wages in the ...

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But, to avoid paying higher wages, the ruling landowners introduced a ... measures to force workers to work harder without increasing wages or perquisites. ...

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growth of real wages through the seventies. In a second part, we present ... by simple price and wage equations. Prices are determined by a mark-up on ...

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Bureau of Economic Research n° 4297 : «A comparaison of Changes in the Structure of Wages in four OECD countries», de. Lawrence Katz, Gary W. Loveman, ...

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BREMS, H. « Wages, prices and profits in a macro-economie model, illustrated by German data x, Weltwirtschattliches. Archiv 89 (2),. 1962 : 179-205. ...

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long hours and low wages. And always there was the Negro, a full- fledged soldier on the battlefields of France, but at home still the son of ...

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The economic returns to a second official language: English in Quebec and French in the Rest-of-Canada

Christofides, Louis N.; Swidinsky, Robert

Canada is a country with two official languages, French and English. The need for both languages in Quebec and the Rest-of-Canada (ROC) generates a demand for bilingualism and investment in the acquisition of a second official language. Knowledge of an additional language may be associated with enha...

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The (Unexpected) Structure of ?Rents? on the French and British Labour Markets

Clark, Andrew E.; Senik, Claudia

This paper considers the allocation of labour on the French and British markets, using objective wage and subjective satisfaction data. We show that, in some sectors, workers enjoy both higher wages and higher job satisfaction. We argue that this reflects labour market wage rents. Perhaps surprising...

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Technological Forecasting and Social Change An International - I ...


Ironically, recent wage gains by many workers may undermine Labor's staying power. While little noticed by the media or the popular culture, large numbers ...

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Stefan Horbeltl


de S HORBELT - 1995 - Cité 8 fois - Autres articlesing, lip synchronisation, training of hearing impaired people and 3D model-based video coding for videoconferences. “lg.I§.: Wages c _ -E _ _ . ...

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Report WP8 ASPECTS OF DEVIANCE, CRIME AND PREVENTION IN EUROPE


the mutation of wage labour, including the elimination of low-skilled jobs and the institutionalisation of flexible labour markets; ...

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Report WP8 - Aspects of deviance, crime and prevention in Europe


the mutation of wage labour, including the elimination of low-skilled jobs and the institutionalisation of flexible labour markets; ...

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REPRESENTATIONS COLLECTIVES ET PRATIQUES SOCIALES


de M LAFI - 2009 - Autres articlesLEAMER E.E., (1996), “In Search for Stolper-Samuelson Effects on U.S. Wages”,. NBER Working Paper 5036. LIPSEY R.E., (2003), “Foreign Direct Investments and ...

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PREFACE This book has grown out of an - I-Revues


... a study of future technological trends in major United States indus- tries and their impact on wages, labor requirements, and availabil- ity [36]. ...

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Landmarks of Tomorrow Books by Peter F. Drucker LANDMARKS CF ...


We still pay luxury-trade wages-as little as possible. ... Both pay low wages. The Russian primary and secondary school teachers and even the younger men in ...

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LATINITATIS ITALICAE MEDII AEVI INDE AB A . CDLXXVI USQUE AD A ...


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LA PLANIFICATION DANS LES PAYS D'?CONOMIE CAPITALISTE - I-Revues


Wages, prices and profits in a macro-economie model, illustrated by German data x, Weltwirtschattliches Archiv 89 (2), 1962 : 179-205. ...

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Inflation, Minimum Wage and Other Wages: An Econometric Study on French Macroeconomic Data

L'Horty, Yannick; Rault, Christophe

This paper examines the set of interdependences between the formation of wages, prices and the minimum wage (SMIC) through a vectorial error correction model estimated on French quarterly macroeconomic data covering the 1970-1/1999-4 period. Two periods are distinguished: the period of inflation ris...

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High relative wages and high work intensity: The French food processing model in international perspective

Caroli, Eve; Gautié, Jérôme; Lamanthe, Annie

This paper investigates wages and working conditions of operators in the French food manufacturing sector. In many countries (especially the USA and the UK) the food processing sector employs by a very large fraction of low-paid workers. In France, as evidenced by our case studies in confectionery a...

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Ces ?quations sont 19 - A. W. Phillips, c The Relation between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wages in the United Kingdom, 1861-1957. ...

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Group B streptococci in the female genital tract.

Finch, R G; Phillips, I; French, G L

Vaginal carriage rates of group B streptococci among 250 women attending a clinic for sexually transmitted diseases, 123 attending family planning clinics, and 110 in labour wages were 36.0%, 17-1% and 6.4% respectively. The presence of group B streptococci was not associated with a vaginal discharg...

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Finance and the rise in inequalities in France

Godechot, Olivier

Based on the DADS, a very detailed French database on wages, we show that wage inequalities started to increase in France in the mid-1990s. This phenomenon is limited to the top end of income distribution and concerns mainly the top 0.1%, whose share of total salaries increased from 1.2% to 2% betwe...

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ESTIMATING AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES WITH HISTORY, GEOLOGY, AND WORKER EFFECTS

Combes, Pierre-Philippe; Duranton, Gilles; Gobillon, Laurent; Roux, Sébastien

Does productivity increase with density? We revisit the issue usingFrench wage and TFP data. To deal with the ‘endogenous quantity of labour' bias (i.e., urban agglomeration is consequence of high local productivity rather than a cause), we take an instrumental variable approach and introduce ...

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Dynamic monopsony: evidence from a French establishment panel

Fakhfakh, Fathi; FitzRoy, Felix R.

This paper uses a panel of about 6000 French establishments to test some implications of the modern theory of dynamic monopsony or upward sloping labour supply curves for average firm wages. Panel estimates provide strong evidence of a much larger long run employer size - wage effect (ESWE) than fou...

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Copyright 1989 by jf Coates, Inc. - I-Revues


High wages paid for blue-collar work devalued knowledge and skill and discouraged school ...... The labor conflicts will be over closing the wage gaps. ...

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Challenges in urban water management in a changing environment ...


de S Nair - 2010 - Autres articleseconomic reasons that include hiking wages and illegal and unjustifiable demands of trade unions and influence of foreign money (Kerala has the highest ...

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8 PREFACE The new millennium is only a decade away. We can already ...


The evolution of wages and of aspirations for higher living standards has made dual wage-earning a necessity for many families, while increased avail- ...

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