WORKING PAPER SER IES NO 1269 / DECEMBER 2010 DOWNWARD WAGE RIGIDITY AND AUTOMATIC WAGE INDEXATION EVIDENCE FROM MONTHLY MICRO WAGE DATA 1 by

@inproceedings{Lnnemann2010WORKINGPS,
  title={WORKING PAPER SER IES NO 1269 / DECEMBER 2010 DOWNWARD WAGE RIGIDITY AND AUTOMATIC WAGE INDEXATION EVIDENCE FROM MONTHLY MICRO WAGE DATA 1 by},
  author={Patrick L{\"u}nnemann and Ladislav Wintr},
  year={2010}
}
In 2010 all ECB publications feature a motif taken from the €500 banknote. 1 We would like to thank the Inspection Générale de la Sécurité Sociale for providing us with the micro wage dataset used in this paper and for their assistance in the analysis of the database and their most useful comments. We thank W. Dickens for sharing the International Wage Flexibility Project (IWFP) estimation programs. We are also grateful to our colleagues and participants of the WDN meetings for fruitful… CONTINUE READING

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