Wage determination and incomes policy in open economies
Written by Anne Romanis Braun, a former staff member of the IMF's Research Department, this volume deals with the nature of wage determination and the problem of securing an economically appropriate development of money incomes in an open economy over the medium term.
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What Incomes Policy Is and When It
Incomes Policy After the Inflationary
Demand Policies and Recourse to Incomes
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acceleration adjustment aggregate demand agreements average balance of payments capital changes Chapter competition controls cost inflation cost pressure deutsche mark effect employers expansion of nominal expansionary export factors Federal Republic fiscal drag fixed exchange rate full employment Government imperfect competition incomes policy indexation industrial countries inflationary influence investment Japan labor costs labor force labor market LETE level of unemployment limit maintain moderate monetarist monetary expansion monetary policy negotiated Netherlands nominal demand nominal wages Norway open sector organization percent Phillips curve price and wage price increases price stability productivity growth public sector rapid rate of increase rate of inflation rate of monetary rate of price real wages reduced relative Republic of Germany restraint rise in nominal social partnership tend U.S. dollar unemployment unions United Kingdom wage and price wage bargaining wage claims wage drift wage earners wage increases wage settlements wages and salaries workers