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shred of evidence on theories of wage stickiness

Alan S. Blinder

shred of evidence on theories of wage stickiness

by Alan S. Blinder

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wages.,
  • Wages surveys -- New Jersey.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan S. Blinder, Don H. Choi.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 3105, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3105.
    ContributionsChoi, Don H.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. ;
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22437671M

    A Shred of Evidence on Theories of Wage Stickiness pp. Alan Blinder and Don H. Choi The Macroeconomic Effects of False Announcements pp. Seonghwan Oh and Michael Waldman Government Target Price Intervention in Economies . THE CASE FOR EXCUSE PATERNALISM Matthew J.B. Lawrence* Introduction series of scholarly Essays and popular books espousing the A., Choi, A Shred Of Evidence On Theories Of Wage Stickiness, Q. J. ECON. , –13 (); Bewley, T.F., A Depressed Labor Market As Explained By Participants, 85 by: 1.

    1. Introduction. To investigate wage rigidity, firms have been asked to assess if their employees would prefer a real wage cut to a higher risk of being unemployed. 1 Campbell and Kamlani () presented firms with the following question (p. ): “Suppose the economy were in a recession and you gave your workers the following choice: A. a 10% wage cut, B. a 10% chance of losing their jobs Author: Per Lundborg. Abstract. This chapter assesses some of the recent literature on ‘contract inefficiency’ in employment. Two main sources of potential inefficiency in labour markets have been widely discussed in the literature: (i) the process by which employee meets employer to start negotiations is inefficient; and (ii) the wage/employment/effort outcomes agreed once employer and employee (or their Author: James M. Malcomson.

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We also found substantial evidence for money illusion and against the adverse-selection version of the efficiency wage model. Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Blinder, Alan S. and CHOI, Don, A Shred of Evidence on Theories of Wage Stickiness (September ).Cited by: A shred of evidence on theories of wage stickiness.

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A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central. ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness.

Wage cuts were surprisingly prevalent in recent years, despite the booming economy. We also found substantial evidence for money illusion and against the adverse-selection version of the efficiency wage model. A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central ideas of several economic theories of wage by: We also found substantial evidence for money illusion and against the adverse-selection version of the efficiency wage model.

A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central. ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness.

A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness. Wage cuts were surprisingly prevalent in recent years, despite the booming economy. We also found substantial evidence for money illusion and against the adverse-selection version of the efficiency wage model.

A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness. A SHRED OF EVIDENCE ON THEORIES QF WAGE STICKINESS* ALAN S.

BLINDER AND DON H. CHOI A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness.

Wage cuts were surprisingly prevalent in recent years, despite the booming economy. TheCited by: A Shred of Evidence on Theories of Wage Stickiness. By Alan S Blinder and Don H Choi. Abstract. A small interview survey was undertaken to see how actual wage-setters would react to the central ideas of several economic theories of wage stickiness.

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Foundations for Organizational Science. A shred of evidence on theories of wage stickiness. Quarterly Journal of. The first question addressed the issue of whether the more able workers contributed more, less than or the same to profits. This is a direct test of the hypotheses put forth in Section 1 above.

Responses–shown in the first line of Table 1–reveal that % of respondents agreed that the more able workers contribute more to profits, while % said they contribute as much as by: A Shred of Evidence on Theories of Wage Stickiness NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc See also Journal Article in The Quarterly Journal of Economics () The federal funds rate and the channels of monetary transmission Working Papers, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia View citations (11).Summing Up What We Know About Wages • Blinder, Alan S.

and Don H. Choi, “A Shred of Evidence on the Theories of Wage Stickiness” Quarterly Journal of Economics, NovemerWe have a multitude of theories about how firms set wages.

Still, we know relatively little about the relevance of the various theories. Blinder, a for.