HAVE EMPLOYEES IN GERMANY RECEIVED FULL WAGE COMPENSATION AFTER A CUT IN STANDARD HOURS?
The effect of standard hours on the hourly wage rate is important in assessing whether work‐sharing is likely to be a successful policy. Furthermore, it determines whether unions have achieved their goal of keeping the monthly income of employees constant after a cut in standard hours (income compen...
|Main Author:||SCHANK, THORSTEN|
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Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.06.2006
WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC
University of Manchester
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|published in:||The Manchester school Vol. 74; no. 3; pp. 273 - 293|
|Data of publication:||June 2006|
Social Sciences (General)
Manuscript received 18.6.04; final version received 29.7.05.
The comments by Martyn Andrews, Lutz Bellmann, Bob Hart, Markus Prommberger, Claus Schnabel, Robert Simmons, Rainer Winkelmann, Stefan Zagelmeyer and two anonymous referees are gratefully acknowledged.
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|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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