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Endogenous distortions in product and labour markets

Martin Rama

Endogenous distortions in product and labour markets

by Martin Rama

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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMartin Rama and Guido Tabellini.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- No. 1143
ContributionsTabellini, Guido., Centre for Economic Policy Research.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19089698M

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Labour Market Regulation, Productivity-Improving R&D and Endogenous Growth We present a growth model in which R&D increases productivity, union-firm bargaining determines the distribution of rents and the government can support unions by labour market regulation. We show that if unions are initially very strong, regulation increases only the. The Labour Market Characteristics and Labour Market Impacts of Immigrants in Ireland The purpose of this paper is two-fold. We firstly produce a labour market profile of non-Irish immigrants who arrived in Ireland in the ten years to We then go on to use the labour.

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Endogenous distortions in product and labour markets by Martin Rama Download PDF EPUB FB2

The joint analysis of endogenous product and labor market distortions is particularly relevant for developing countries.

Nowhere is the link between these distortions more obvious than in the. Get this from a library. Endogenous distortions in product and labour markets. [Martín Rama; Guido Enroco Tabellini; Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)]. Downloadable. The authors use the common agency approach to analyze the joint determination of product and labor market distortions in a small (developing) open economy.

Capital owners and union members lobby the government on tariffs and minimum wages, while factors of production in agriculture (the informal sector) are not organized.

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Tax reforms under market distortions in product and labour markets Article in European Economic Review –42 July with 67 Reads How we measure 'reads'. frictions and endogenous labor force participation. Based on the empirical evidence that job-to-job ows are large in the U.S.

labor market, an on-the-job search mechanism is introduced. This mechanism serves as an additional margin along which labor Cited by: 7. Competitive product and/or labour markets. Model 1 assumes perfect competition in both product and labour markets and can be obtained from the model of Section 2 by setting θ and the labour supply equal to unity.

26 In other words, this model assumes zero profits andCited by: His publications include books on Union-Management Relations in Canada, 4th ed.

; Women in the Canadian Labour Market, ; Forging Business-Labour Partnerships: The Emergence of Sector Councils in Canada, ; Labour Market Economics: Theory, Evidence and Policy in Canada, 4th ed., ; Comparable Worth and Gender Discrimination: An /5(5).

Downloadable (with restrictions). Using a two-agent model comprised of capitalists and workers, this paper examines the importance of imperfect competition in product and labour markets in determining the welfare effects of tax reform.

The reform considered consists of eliminating the capital tax alongside a concurrent rise in the labour tax. Topic 1 - Introduction to Labour Economics Professor H.J. Schuetze Economics What is Labour Economics. Let’s begin by looking at what economics is in general Study of interactions between decision makers, which occur in markets, for goods and services (or commodities).

Of particular interest are the determinates ofFile Size: KB. The concern of this paper is whether monopoly power in the product market impacts badly on the performance of the labour market. There is strong evidence of the sharing of monopoly rents and of higher wages being associated with market power.

It is not clear whether this is simply a union effect or whether it applies in the non-union by: FACTOR MARKET DISTORTIONS, PRODUCTION, AND TRADE: A SURVEY By STEPHEN P. MAGEE1 I. Introduction THE traditional interest of economists in monopoly power and other distortions in product markets is shifting toward the problem of distortions and differentials in factor markets.

The purpose of this paper is to review. that explicitly incorporates these labor market distortions. The baseline scenario to is developed next.

This is the backdrop against which China’s labor market distortions and her accession to the WTO will be evaluated. Section 5 assesses the impact of reducing labor market barriers, as well as China’s WTOCited by: This book enables the reader to understand labour markets and shows how to forecast the need for skills in developing countries.

The forecasting of these skills has recently fallen into disrepute with the notion that all forecasting techniques that assessed the labour market requirements of the future were dubious and that the future lay with labour market analysis and labour market Format: Hardcover.

endogenous fluctuations in GDP and life expectancy. There is a unique steady state and labour supply is exogenous • Our paper extends BQ () with endogenous labour supply. It shows the existence of multiple (determinate or indeterminate) fixed points, endogenous fluctuations and local and global indeterminacy.

Theory of Labor Market Allocation. A labor market is a market where people offer their skills to employers in exchange for wages, salaries and other forms of compensation.

Participants in the. Endogenous Business Cycle with Search in the Labour Market Nigar Hashimzade∗and Salvador Ortigueira† Janu Abstract We develop an endogenous business cycle (EBC) model with search in the labour market and equilibrium unemployment. Because of the thin market externalities the equilibrium path is indeterminate, and there is.

Labour and Product Market Reforms: A Case for Policy Complementarity∗ This paper is a contribution to the debate on policy complementarity in relation to deregulation in the product and labour markets. We develop a model of dynamic efficiency wages and monopolistic competition. Whereas most of the literature points toward the gains.

Rodrik D () Policy Targeting with Endogenous Distortions: Theory of Optimum Subsidy Revisited. Quarterly Journal of Economics – CrossRef Google Scholar Roland G, Verdier T () Transition and the Output by: 6.

This book provides a theory of trade between countries in at least one of which the pattern of competitive markets is disturbed by a powerful national labour union and in which, therefore, wage distortions are endogenous; the book then proceeds to re-examine the several comparative-equilibrium questions of conventional trade theory.

In neoclassical economics, a market distortion is any event in which a market reaches a market clearing price for an item that is substantially different from the price that a market would achieve while operating under conditions of perfect competition and state enforcement of legal contracts and the ownership of private property.A distortion is "any departure from the ideal of perfect.The Internationalization of US Markets.

New York: New York University Press,TRADE AND DISTORTIONS IN LABOR AND FACTOR MARKETS. Stephen P. Magee, “Factor Market Distortions, Production, Distribution and the Pure Theory of International Trade,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.

85, NovemberWe will focus on imperfections in the labour market such as involuntary unemploy-ment and dual labour markets. For a background and for discussion of other issues in the labour market of develop-ing countries refer to the following: 1.

Ray, Debraj (), Development Economics, Princeton University Press, Chapter 2.