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Is there a Need for a Co-ordinated European Wage and Labour Market Policy?

In: Ed by Gerhard Huemer... , The Role of Employer Associations and Labour Unions in the EMU
Aldershot [u.a.] : Ashgate
S. 65-84
| Ulrich Fritsche, Gustav A. Horn, Wolfgang Scheremet, Rudolf Zwiener
Diskussionspapiere 169 / 1998

Germany's Slump Explaining the Unemployment Crisis of the 1990s

According to a widespread view, Germany's unemployment crisis is caused by rigid labour markets, low profitability and increasing international competition. We argue that this view does not provide a convincing explanation for the dramatic rise in Germany's unemployment rate since 1989, first because no distinction is drawn between the situation in the Eastern part of Germany and that in the Western ...

1998| Ludger Lindlar, Wolfgang Scheremet
Economic Bulletin 9 / 1998

Wage Policy in the European Monetary Union: A Simulation Study

1998| Gustav Adolf Horn, Rudolf Zwiener
Economic Bulletin 4 / 1998

Employment Growth in the USA - an Explicable Miracle

1998| Gustav Adolf Horn
Weitere Aufsätze

Population Trends, Employment Levels, Economic Performance, and Income Evolution in East and West Germany since Unification

In: Journal of Income Distribution 8 (1998), 2, S. 207-223 | Klaus-Dietrich Bedau
Monographien

Germany's Slump: Explaining the Unemployment Crisis of the 1990s

Amsterdam: Duitsland Inst., 1998, 76 S.
(Duitsland Cahier ; 3)
| Ludger Lindlar, Wolfgang Scheremet
Economic Bulletin 2 / 1998

What Are Flexible Wages? Editorial

1998| Heiner Flassbeck
Economic Bulletin 6 / 1998

Good and Bad Productivity? Editorial

1998| Heiner Flassbeck
Economic Bulletin 9 / 1998

Taxes on Wages and Wages in Germany: Editorial

1998| Heiner Flassbeck
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