Institutions, history and wage bargaining outcomes: International evidence from the post-World War Two era

By November 19, 2020Social dialogue


This work assess the impact of tripartite wage bargaining over time. Different models from different states are compared to one another to assess the most effective method for wage moderation and wage dispersion. The study demonstrates that government involvement leads to an overall modest increase in both metrics, but differences in different bargaining institutions leads to varying effects.

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