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Looks at a union model where a trade union leader represents union members in dealing with the firm. The union leader is risk neutral and derives his utility solely from the union fees. The employment level is efficient, and equivalent to the contracts without a union leader, when the unemployed...
Seeks to examine the link between union membership and union recognition by using the nested multinomial logit model. Explains the application to modelling union membership, dividing variables into blue– and white‐collar workers. Concludes that the most important determinant of union...
The commercial emergence of knowledge‐based information technology represents a tremendous opportunity to enhance the practice of human resource management. Unfortunately, much of the potential of knowledge‐based systems (KBS) to leverage expertise and promote organizational learning remains...
Examines the theory of regional equilibria in the presence of endogenous migration, where net migration flows are determined by real consumption wage and unemployment‐rate differentials. Provides a theoretical analysis of market clearing and steady state concepts of equilibrium and examines the...
Investigates changes in skilled and unskilled employment over the 1980s using UK data skills from the Labour Force Survey and the New Earnings Survey Panel Data set, matched with industrial data from the Census of Production. The major findings are: that there was a rise in non‐manual wage and...
For nearly 20 years, equal treatment of men and women in the labour market has been enshrined in British law. This was due to the twin acts supporting this: the Equal Pay Act and the Sex Discrimination Act. There were amendments in 1983 to allow equal pay to be claimed in comparable, rather than...
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