Parties, Unions, and Central Banks: An interactive model of unemployment in industrial democracies

Abstract

Many studies suggest that either partisan governments, labor market centralization, or central bank independence affect unemployment, but none consider the full range of interactions among these institutions. I offer a fully interactive model of unemployment and test it using quarterly data from fifteen industrialized democracies over 24 years. Confiming… (More)

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