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Collective Agreements , Wages and Restructuring in Transition

@inproceedings{Lucifora2009CollectiveA,
  title={Collective Agreements , Wages and Restructuring in Transition},
  author={C. Lucifora and Mariola Pytl{\'i}kov{\'a} and F. Rycx},
  year={2009}
}
Using a large matched employer-employee dataset, the authors investigate the relationship between collective agreements, wages and restructuring in transition in three former centrally planned economies (Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland). They adopt a natural experiment approach and capture the restructuring process triggered by the launch of transition by means of cohort effects among firms founded before or at different stages of this process which enable them to control for the… CONTINUE READING

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