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Wage bargaining, employment and economic and monetary policies Conference papers
- Christian Pfister : Labour Market Flexibility: What Does Banque de France Tell Us?
- Gilles Saint-Paul : Alternative strategies for fighting unemployment : lessons from the European Experience
- Olivier Blanchard and Jordi Gali : A New Keynesian Model with Unemployment
- Pedro Portugal : Wage Setting in the Portuguese Labor Market : A Microeconomic Approach
- Sara de la Rica and Ainara González San Román : The Impact of Firm-Level Contracting on Wage Levels and Inequality : Spain, 1995-2002
- Olivier Barrat, Hélène Chaput, Antoine Naboulet and Loup Wolff : Wage Bargaining and Compensation Practices in France: An Overview
- Monika Merz : Collective Female Labor Supply : Evidence From Germany
- Michael Rusinek and François Rycx : Rent-sharing under Different Bargaining Regimes : Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
- Sanvi Avouyi-Dovi, Denis Fougère and Erwan Gautier : Collective Bargaining and Firm-Level Agreements in France: How Do they Affect Wage Dynamics ?
- Steinar Holden and Fredrik Wulfsberg : How Strong is the Macroeconomic Case for Downward Real Wage Rigidity ?
- Louis Christofides and Paris Nearchou : Patterns of Nominal and Real Wage Rigidity
- Daniele Checchi and Luca Nunziata : Are Labour Market Institutions Endogenous ? An Investigation of Unemployment, Unions and Wages
- Michael U. Krause, David J. Lopez-Salido and Thomas Lubik : Do Search Frictions Matter for Inflation Dynamics ?
- Céline Poilly and Jean-Guillaume Sahuc : Welfare Implications of Heterogeneous Labor Markets in a Currency Area
- Mark Gertler, Luca Scala and Antonella Trigari : An Estimated Monetary DSGE Model with Unemployment and Staggered Nominal Wage Bargaining