Human Capital, Employment and Bargaining

ISBN: 9780521453264
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 1995-05-26
Number of pages: 220
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This book examines theories of firm-level human capital investment with respect to topics in labor demand, macroeconomics (especially connected to unemployment), and firm-union bargaining. It covers a wide range of related policy issues, including the worksharing versus layoff debate, wage-tenure profiles, taxation and the choice between pure wages and profit sharing compensation, and the role of specific investment in the Japanese firm versus the traditional (United States) neoclassical firm.

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