A Theory of Pay
CUP Archive, 1978 M11 2 - 251 páginas
Monographic study proposing an economic theory of wage determination to overcome inequality in wage differentials in inflationary market economies such as the UK - examines how supply and demand, traditional value systems, collective bargaining, etc., affect the labour market (incl. Relativities between manual workers and nonmanual workers, managers and professional workers, etc.), and considers wage policy and full employment implications, and need for workers participation to bring about change. Bibliography pp. 240 to 246 and graphs.
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Normative and anomic pressures
Directly determined relativities
Indirectly determined relativities
Theory and reality
Some implications for policy
Términos y frases comunes
action aggregate alter amount anomic pressures anomically optimal argued assume attractive average capitalist countries cause changes chapter clerical collective common competitive complete concerned consider considerable correlation costs countries decline demand depend determined direct relativity bargaining discussed earnings economy effect employees employment especially establishments evidence example excess existing expectations explain extent fact fair figure forces given greater higher ideas implies important income increase individual industries influence internal involved labour less managerial managers manual money wage nature normatively prescribed object occupations outcome paid particular pay groups pay norms pay relativities period position possible preferred present principle professional rate of wage reason reduce regard relative pay responsibility result sector settlements shortage similar single skilled sort specific structure studies suggests supply tend theory union unit usually various vary wage inflation wage rates workers
Página 243 - Monopolies Commission, A Report on the General Effect on the Public Interest of Certain Restrictive. Practices so far as they Prevail in Relation to the Supply of Professional Services (London: HMSO, 1970), as well as the classic AM Carr-Saunders and PA Wilson, The Professions (London: Cass, 2nd.
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